Goway Gears Up For New Zealand Reopening

Goway is gearing up for the reopening of New Zealand on May 2, with all kinds of help for travellers looking to explore the destination.

Starting May 2, fully-vaccinated travellers from countries that do not require a visa can enter New Zealand and avoid quarantine upon arrival. Prior to arrival, travellers must complete a traveller declaration and need to get a My Vaccine Pass for full access to a range of sites within New Zealand, including restaurants. Travellers are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to departure and must also take rapid antigen tests on Day 1 and Day 5 or 6 and declare their results in New Zealand.

Anthony Saba, VP of Downunder and South Pacific at Goway, said that: “The announcement of New Zealand’s reopening is wonderful news for all travellers, but especially for North Americans who appreciate the diversity, culture, natural scenery, and friendliness that New Zealand offers like few other countries.”

Saba continued: “It has been a long road back to this point and the long layoff during the pandemic has only increased the desire of travellers to head on a trip of a lifetime at their earliest convenience. So, we expect Globetrotters to jump at the chance to explore the full range of destinations in the South Pacific, including New Zealand, and live out their travel dreams in this welcoming and beautiful nation.”

Check out the video below for lots more on what Goway has to offer New Zealand-bound travellers.

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