Travel Insurance for New Zealand

Nature has blessed New Zealand with dreamlike beauty. The most spectacular and enchanting landscapes of this country not only make it a destination to relax and rejuvenate but also a most-wanted place for adventure-deprived travelers.

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    So to enjoy this country to its full, one must organize and plan his/her journey well. One of the ways to do so is to opt for a suitable travel insurance policy for New Zealand. A travel insurance policy ensures safety against various unforeseen non-medical and medical issues that can incur during travel.

    The crystal clear lakes, wildlife-rich subtropical forests, glacial mountains are some of the examples to show that there is so much to see in New Zealand. Apart from natural beauty, one can enjoy various adventure sports here and can feel the breeze by enjoying the self-driving vacation.

    We all want a comfortable experience of a trip and for the same, it is essential to spare some time and get to know the uncertainties that may come. The best way to secure our trip financially is to buy a travel insurance policy. Investing in travel insurance New Zealand safeguards one’s trip by covering unforeseen non-medical and medical expenses.

    Fast Facts About New Zealand




    Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy


    71.8% European, 16.5% Maori, 15.3% Asian, 9% Pacific People, 1.5% Latin American/ Middle Eastern/ African, 1.2% Other


    48.5% No Religion, 37.0% Christianity, 2.6% Hinduism, 1.3% Islam, 1.1% Buddhism, 1.9% Other, 6.6% No Answer


    5.1 million


    The climate of New Zealand is complex that varies from warm subtropical in the northern part to cool temperature in its southern part. While in its mountain areas the country sees severe alpine conditions.

    Entry Essentials to New Zealand

    Indian citizens need a passport with a validity of at least six months beyond the time he/she stays in New Zealand with a valid visa to enter here. To obtain a visa for New Zealand, an Indian needs to visit the Consulate or Embassy of New Zealand in India before commencing a trip to this country. An Indian traveler is not eligible to obtain an on-arrival visa in New Zealand.

    A person who is intending to visit a friend or family in New Zealand has to take a Tourist visa, whereas Transit passengers should apply for a transit visa. In the same way, those who are planning to study in New Zealand should apply for a student visa and those who want to work in this country must apply for a Business and Investment Visa. One should ensure to obtain a valid visa before applying for a valid visa for New Zealand.

    Types of New Zealand Visa for Indians

    An Indian can apply for six types of New Zealand visas. These six types of visas are:

    • Tourist or Visitor Visa: Those who want to travel to New Zealand for meeting with family or friends, or leisure, tourism should apply for a tourist visa. This visa enables a tourist to stay in this country for a maximum of 9 months.
    • Student Visa: Those who want to travel to New Zealand for study purposes should apply for Student Visa.
    • Work Visa: One can avail of a temporary work visa if they are visiting New Zealand for work.
    • Business and Investment Visa: As an entrepreneur or investor to New Zealand should apply for a Business and Investment visa.
    • Transit Visa: Those who are stopping over this country while traveling to some other country must avail of a transit visa.

    Despite the type of visa one opts for, it is recommended to have travel insurance in New Zealand while traveling to this country.

    Documents Required for New Zealand Visa

    A visa applicant must carry the following list of documents while applying for a New Zealand visa:

    • Duly filled and signed visa application form
    • Passport with a validity of at least six months. If the applicant has an old passport, he/she should carry that as well.
    • Passport size photograph
    • A cover letter that mentions the purpose of one's visit to this country.
    • Supporting documents like admission proof for study visa, employment proof for a work visa, etc.
    • For a travel visa, one must submit proof of sufficient funds.
    • Return air tickets.

    New Zealand Visa Procedure

    To obtain a New Zealand visa, one has to follow the below-mentioned procedure:

    • Download relevant visa application forms online.
    • Duly fill and sign this form.
    • Submit this form with all the relevant documents at the nearest Visa Application Centre of New Zealand.
    • Pay the visa fees
    • One can collect the visa or choose to get it couriered at his/her address once it is processed.

    In case of any queries, an applicant can contact the New Zealand Embassy or Consulate directly:


    Working Hours

    Contact Number


    New Zealand Embassy, New Delhi

    Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 5 PM



    Sir Edmund Hillary Marg, Chanakyapuri – 110021, New Delhi, India

    New Zealand Consulate in Mumbai

    Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 5 PM


    Level 2, 3 North Avenue, Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex, 400051 Mumbai, India

    New Zealand Consulate in Chennai

    Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 5 PM


    Maithri, 132 Cathedral Road, 600086, Chennai, India

    New Zealand Travel Insurance

    New Zealand is completely safe to travel but incidences like pick-pocketing or other such issues can occur anywhere. In addition to this, medical issues can occur to many Indian travelers to New Zealand because of its opposite weather conditions to India. However, if one opts for a travel insurance policy, he/she can get financial help in case of wallet loss or robbery. Moreover, hospitalization because of an accident or other life-threatening conditions is also provided under travel insurance.

    Even though buying a travel insurance policy is not mandatory for Indian travelers to New Zealand. However, the domestic health insurance policy that one owns in India does not work when he/she is on an international trip to any country. Therefore, it is recommended to get a New Zealand travel insurance policy to get complete coverage for various unforeseen circumstances like baggage loss, trip delay, flight cancellation, missed connecting flight, etc.

    Insurance providers in India offer a variety of travel insurance New Zealand plans. Anyone who is traveling to New Zealand can select a relevant travel insurance policy as per his/her purpose of the trip or its frequency. Here is the list of different travel insurance plans offered by insurance companies in India:

    Best Time to Visit New Zealand

    As we know New Zealand is situated in the southern hemisphere, it shares the same cycle as Australia. The best time to visit New Zealand is during its summer which is around December to February. Although it is the time when there is winter in most of the parts of the world, here it is summers.

    Transportation in New Zealand

    Public transportation is the easiest and budget-friendly option to travel in New Zealand. Buses are the most common form of transportation here, but trains and ferries are also available. Let us see these available options:

    • Buses: They are the cheapest form of transport in this country. One can travel by bus from one town or city to another town or city of New Zealand. Skip and intercity are the two options for buses that are available in this country, however, one can also opt for hop-on-hop-off buses here.
    • Ferry: Ferries are very popular in New Zealand among those who travel from the North of this country to its South. Bluebridge and InterIsland are the two main ferry providers of this country.
    • Train: Even though trains are less popular here, but three main train lines are operated in New Zealand – KiwiRail, which is from Auckland to Wellington, the TranzAlpine that is from Christchurch to the West Coast, and Coastal Pacific from Picton to Christchurch.
    • Plane: Plane is the quickest way of traveling from one place in New Zealand to another. The domestic flight service in this country is very good and very well organized.

    International Airports in New Zealand



    Auckland Airport


    Rotorua Airport


    Hamilton Airport


    Wellington Airport


    Dunedin Airport


    Christchurch Airport


    Queenstown Airport


    One should ensure to cover his/her trip to New Zealand with a travel insurance policy to handle most of the unforeseen circumstances easily.

    New Zealand Weather

    Both South and North Islands of New Zealand enjoy maritime and moderate weather. There are four seasons in this country, but there is no large temperature difference in these seasons.

    • Spring – September to November
    • Summer – December to February
    • Autumn – March to May
    • Winter – June to August

    Top Tourist Spots in New Zealand

    New Zealand is a country on an island that is situated in the southwest part of the Pacific Ocean. It is because of the scenic beauty of this country as well as the well-developed infrastructure, people from across the world come here and look forward to a lifetime experience. Some of the best places to visit in this ‘Kiwi’s Land’ are:

    • Auckland City: Beautiful beaches, rainforests, dormant spots of the volcano, and very diverse wildlife makes this city a must-visit place.
    • Bay of Island: A picture-perfect destination that consists of 140 subtropical islands is famous for sailing, fishing, and other water activities.
    • Rotorua: A beautiful town near to river Rotorua on the Northern Island of the country. Here one can see a glimpse of Maori culture. Geothermal phenomena such as volcanic craters and thermal springs are common here.
    • Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers: The easily accessible glacier rivers are these two.
    • Queenstown City: It is the best destination for lovers of adventure sports. Activities such as bungee jumping, paragliding, rock climbing, mountain biking, etc. are very common here. This city has mining towns and vineyards as well.

    Eating Out in New Zealand

    Food in New Zealand is inspired by the British kitchen, which one can easily find in the kitchen of an old New Zealander. However, coming to food, with an extensive coastline, the common food in this country is fish and seafood.

    Another loved delicacy of this country is whitebait, which is a collective name of five species of fish, silvery, tiny, and native fish.

    Shellfish are also the specialty of New Zealand and crayfish is also available here.

    For vegetarian Indian travelers, there are some Indian restaurants in major cities of the country, which are – Mantra restaurant at Queenstown, Paradise at Auckland, Bombay Palace at Queenstown, and Raja’s Indian Restaurant & Bar, Auckland.  

    Things to Do in New Zealand

    A traveler can do the following activities in New Zealand:

    • In Auckland city, one can go for Auckland Bridge Harbour walk and do bungee jumping there.
    • One of the most popular summer holiday places among people of New Zealand is the Coromandel Peninsula. Some of the attractions of this place are – charming coastal towns, surf spots, campsites, fishing, etc.
    • One should also go to Nelson Lake National Park, which is located on the upper end of the Southern Island. It is one of the most desirable spots for getting indulge in activities such as hiking, swimming, fishing, and camping.
    • Another must-visit place is Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium. It will give one a lifetime experience as it enables the tourists to encounter a shark that is in a cage.
    • Spending a leisure day in Piha beach of New Zealand is another good thing that one can do here.

    Indian Embassy Information in New Zealand

    Knowing the location and phone number of the Indian embassy in New Zealand is essential for every Indian traveler to this country. This is to ensure that he/she can contact Indian Embassy in case of any problem during his/her stay in New Zealand:


    Working Hours

    Contact Number


    High Commission of India, Wellington, New Zealand

    Monday to Friday – 9:30 am to 12 pm

    +64 4473 6390

    180 Molesworth St, Thorndon, Wellington 6011, New Zealand