Learn More: Health Declaration Form
Content updated, October 2022
Get your Niue Health Declaration easily with iVisa!
Niue is a unique island located in the South Pacific Ocean between Fiji, Tonga, and Samoa. Some gorgeous scenery can be found along Niue's rocky coastline, such as limestone cliffs, caves, and exposed coral formations. But before you go, check the travel requirements for Niue, including completing the Niue Health Declaration.
As a self-governing nation in free association with New Zealand, Niue can only be reached by air through New Zealand. Therefore, the border entry requirements for both New Zealand and Niue must be met by all visitors from outside New Zealand.
This page will provide more information about the Niue Traveler Declaration Form specifically and how to complete it before your trip.
What is the Niue Traveler Declaration Form?
Niue opened up for tourism in June 2022. However, all travelers to Niue must fill out a traveler declaration form with their flight details, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or COVID-19 test result, and other personal information. It is a replacement for the previous Niue contact form, used to monitor travelers entering the country in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After completion, the applicant will receive a traveler pass, which states all the individual requirements for entering the country based on their details. To board their flight to Niue, passengers must present their pass, which contains a unique QR code. They must again show this on arrival at the customs desk on a mobile device or printed version.
Who must fill out the Niue Traveler Declaration Form?
According to the Niue government, all travelers wanting to enter Niue must complete and submit a Niue Traveler Declaration. This applies to all incoming passengers, including minors, citizens, and permanent residents.
It is necessary for each traveler to complete an individual declaration. Through iVisa, you can easily add another traveler to your request if you're traveling with more than one person, such as your family. Simply click 'Add Another Person' during the online application process.
Validity of the Niue Traveler Declaration Form
The health form and traveler pass are valid for the intended travel dates to Niue, with a maximum of 30 days (the maximum stay on a tourist visa).
You must submit your completed declaration within 24 to 48 hours before your flight departs for Niue, compliant with pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements (see below).
Documents and information required for the Niue Traveler Declaration Form
To submit your Niue Traveler Declaration Form, you will need to provide the following information and documents:
Arrival date in Niue and flight number
Passport details, valid for six months beyond your departure date from Niue
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination showing your name, vaccination dates, and physician's signature
Negative COVID-19 RAT test result not older than 24 hours or 48 hours if coming from an approved country (children under 3 are exempt) - if applicable
Exemption documents to prove you tested positive for COVID-19 between 11 and 28 days before your trip (exempt from testing) - if applicable
Proof of travel insurance that covers medical evacuation for non-residents and essential workers - if applicable
Transiting passengers in Niue
You likely need this document to transit at Niue airport, as it is a requirement to board the airplane to the island from New Zealand. Contact your nearest embassy or consulate if you need further information about this.
Transits are ONLY allowed from any country in the list of approved countries found on the website of the Niue government.
How to complete the Niue Traveler Health Declaration Form online
The form to obtain your Niue Traveler Pass can be completed online in three easy steps:
Step1: Provide basic information, such as your name, passport, address, phone number, email address, and flight details. Then, select the preferred processing time for your travel document.
Step 2: Check all information carefully before paying the iVisa processing fee. You can use a credit or debit card.
Step 3: Finally, upload any documents required, such as your pre-departure COVID-19 test result and vaccination certificate.
Hit the submit button and wait for your Traveler Pass to arrive by email in the selected timeframe. It will contain a QR code that must be shown upon boarding and arrival in Niue. Our experts will contact you if they need additional information.
Costs and processing time of the Niue Traveler Declaration Form
While the government of Niue does not charge a fee to submit and obtain the Niue Traveler Declaration Form, we charge a processing fee to assist you with the application.
Depending on your available time and budget, you have three options to choose from:
Standard Processing Time: This option takes 10 Business Days for an affordable fee of USD $21.49.
Rush Processing Time: You will receive your travel document faster than the standard option, in just 7 Business Days, for USD $38.99.
Super Rush Processing Time: If you need the document urgently, this option will take only 5 Business Days for a fee of USD $65.99.
Traveling to Niue with minors
Minors also need to submit a completed Niue Traveler Declaration Form. However, parents or legal guardians can assist. The following exemptions apply to minors:
Children under 3 years old are exempt from the pre-departure testing requirements and do not need to upload a negative COVID-19 test result to submit their declaration.
Children under 16 do not need to be vaccinated to enter Niue. They do not need to upload proof of vaccination to submit their declaration.
COVID-19 requirements or travel restrictions in Niue
Everyone traveling to Niue by air must complete a declaration to receive a Traveler Pass before they travel, including Niuean citizens and residents, children, and infants. To obtain the Traveler Pass and enter the country, you must meet specific COVID-19 requirements, as indicated below.
Vaccination requirements to visit Niue
Every visitor aged 16 years and older must be fully vaccinated to enter Niue. To confirm you've received a full course of COVID-19 vaccines, you need a digital vaccine passport or another electronic or paper document. Your name on your passport must be the same as on your proof of vaccination document.
Testing requirements to visit Niue
A negative pre-departure test result is still required even if you are vaccinated against COVID-19. Rapid Antigen tests are permitted and must be taken within 24 hours before travel or 48 hours if coming from an approved country.
Approved countries are New Zealand, Australia, Cook Islands, Tokelau, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Tuvalu, Nauru, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, France, United Kingdom, Germany and United States.
Be also aware, that all travelers entering Niue will be PCR tested after they arrive on day 1 and on day 3.
Children under 3 and travelers who tested positive for COVID-19 between 11 and 28 days before departure are exempt from both pre-departure and post-arrival testing.
Note: if you test positive for COVID-19 less than 10 days before your flight, you are not allowed to travel to Niue.
Travel insurance covering COVID-19-related events
To travel to Niue, you are required to have travel insurance. Make sure that your insurance covers COVID-19-related medical treatment and travel disruption.
Other entry requirements for Niue
You can get a visa on arrival for Niue for a maximum of 30 days. If you'd like to stay longer, contact your nearest Niue embassy or consulate to apply for the appropriate visa.
Visitors must book their accommodation prior to arrival. You may also be asked to show that you have sufficient funds for your entire trip while in Niue and may be asked to validate this upon entry.
Those coming to Niue on yachts, cruise ships, and other sea vessels are still not allowed to access the island, except for those approved by Niue's government.
New Zealand entry requirements
As mentioned, you can only travel to Niue currently via New Zealand. The entry requirements for New Zealand and Niue must both be met by tourists visiting from outside New Zealand.
The requirements for entering New Zealand at the border can be found on the website of the New Zealand government.
More questions about traveling to Niue?
If you need more information about Niue travel requirements or entry restrictions, and you can't find it on this page, feel free to contact our expert customer service team online or via email at [email protected].
Required Documents to Apply
Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination
Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result
Proof of Travel Medical Insurance (if applicable)
The Niue Traveler Declaration is NOT a visa and doesn't replace a visa.
All travelers must complete and submit a Niue Traveler Declaration. Each person traveling will need to complete an individual declaration.
Every visitor aged 16 years and older must be fully vaccinated to enter Niue.
If the traveler has tested positive for COVID-19 between 11 and 28 days before traveling to Niue, they must provide an exemption certificate or letter from a medic.
All non-permanent residents MUST obtain travel insurance for the full duration of their travel.
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My application couldn’t be completed due to an error. What now?
What can I do if my Niue Health Declaration Form has been canceled or rejected?
Our expert team reviews all documentation and visa applications before submitting them to government officials aiming to avoid rejections. However, if the Niue authorities find any errors and reject your application, iVisa will fully refund your iVisa processing fee.
You may reapply for the Niue Health Declaration Form, depending on why your original was canceled or rejected.
Please note: Government fees will not be refunded.