Kiwis can now travel and holiday in the Cook Islands without having to quarantine on arrival, or on their return home. Air New Zealand has is now operating regular scheduled flights to Rarotonga. Air New Zealand said it expects to operate daily from July in time for the school holidays.
All measures required to safely recommence two-way quarantine-free travel are in place. There has never been any Confirmed Cases of Covid-19 in all of our 15 Cook Islands. Physical distancing and good hygiene practices are maintained. Residents and visitors alike are encouraged to use the local Contact Tracing app ‘CookSafe’.
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TRAVEL NOTICE: Flights by Air New Zealand are currently restricted to ex Auckland only. Direct flights from Los Angeles, Sydney and Tahiti are no longer operating. Jetstar currently have no flights to Rarotonga. Further announcements re flights are expected soon.
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