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Learn More: Tokelau Health Declaration

Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Tokelau. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Required Documents to Apply

Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Tokelau must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tokelau Islands, also known as Tokelau, is a dependent territory of New Zealand located in the southern Pacific Ocean. Atafu, Nukunonu, and Fakaofo are the three tropical atolls that Tokelau consists of. The island of Tokelau is situated 480kms north of Samoa and 3900kms southwest of Hawaii. It is also close to Tuvalu and the Phoenix Islands. Though it is a parliamentary representative democracy, the head of the state is Queen Elizabeth in the Commonwealth of New Zealand. Tokelau is a small country and therefore it is not well-known for its tourism. But over the years, it has gained a lot of attraction and is becoming a tourist hotspot. Even though this is the case, it is perfectly calm and serene and that is what makes the place so loved. Tokelau is the ideal vacation destination if you want to visit a country that is quiet and peaceful and far from the madding crowd.

The tourism of Tokelau includes several refreshing activities like snorkeling amidst the coral reefs and lagoons, swimming, etc. The island also hosts several dance and music performances and festivals on several occasions that you are free to be a part of. Tokelauan cities are famous for having a unique little charm of their own. Atafu, one of three atolls of Tokelau, is the smallest and most traditional of the three. It is located in the northern part of the country. The traditional houses of Atafu are a gorgeous attraction of this place. Atafu alone consists of more than half of the traditional houses that the other 2 atolls combined. This is because of the availability of the special wood known as kanava. There is heavy reliance on the old-style dugout canoes and rationed prices of alcohol in this place. While Atafu represents all things traditional as it holds onto its cultural aspect, Fakaofo lies to the extreme south of the region and is bedecked with beauty on all sides. During the Tokelauan wars, Fakaofo dominated over the other two atolls and to this date calls itself the chief of the other two islands. It consists of a hall that has a hall personifying the ancient Polynesian God Tui Tokelau. Despite the size of Tokelau, it is surprising that the place has 3 churches in order to cater to the religious fervor and needs of its countrymen.

Nukunonu is the largest of the two atolls in size and also popular for its dazzling coral reefs. The islanders of Nukunonu earn their day-to-day livelihood by selling coconuts, pandanus, and marine life. The Nukunonu resort is an extremely gorgeous place and one that you must travel to. There are several unique resorts around the place but the Nokunonu resort definitely trumps all. The Tokelauan culture is essentially Polynesian in nature and therefore, the people of the island have a firm belief in sharing resources depending on the needs of the other inhabitants of the island, and respect for the elders is a very integral part of their culture. Farming and fishing comprise the main means of sustenance of the people of this island and some others are engaged in government jobs like public service. Since the country is religiously passionate in their beliefs, they have a more conservation sense of dressing and observe the Sabbath and other important occasions very dutifully.

The cuisine of this little country is also extremely different and unique. The traditional servings include fish, sweet potatoes, taro root, breadfruit, poultry, pork, and coconuts. The Kaleva is the local famous fermented drink of the island that everyone visiting must try. There are several markets that host an art and craft sale which includes finely crafted bags, fans, mats, hats, and many more. The beauty of the island is for one to see on its own. Words fall short to describe this old little place that is bound to make you feel alive, rejuvenated, and relaxed, all at the same time. The clear deep blue waters and the golden brown sand along with several palm trees will surely make your heart flutter. You can go fishing, visit the local art museums, go biking, sleep under a palm tree, attend weekly bingo nights and visit the beautiful churches.

To engage in this surreal experience and visit this unique island, there are a few essential key things that you must know while visiting the place. The Tokelauan government has introduced an e-form in light of the ongoing pandemic so that those entering are required to apply for it and be aware of the rules and regulations that they are to follow here. The document that the government has introduced is called the Tokelau Health Declaration Form. This form, as already stated above, is an online generated application form that is to be filled by the people visiting this place. It is a basic declaration that you will observe the required protocols that have been listed by the government of the country so that the virus can be curbed. You must not mistake this form as optional, it is a mandatory procedure. You will have to procure this health declaration along with the visa documents.

Applying for these documents is extremely simple and can be done from the comfort of your home. All you need to do is go to the website of iVisa.com which will provide you with a detailed all-around idea of the trip. After this, you can simply follow the steps to complete the application process and get done with it in no time. You can relax and plan your trip while we do the rest of the work and get your documents to you safely. If you are wondering about the safety of your documents, we can assure you that they are safe with us and we keep them strictly confidential. Nevertheless, you can read client reviews of people who have traveled with us before. We are also available to help you out whenever you need any and are here to solve every doubt and query that you might have regarding this process. Thank you for your time. Have a refreshing trip!

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