New Zealand

About New Zealand Visa

New Zealand, a land where nature’s majesty meets cultural richness. From the misty Southern Alps to the azure beaches, discover a kaleidoscope of landscapes. Immerse yourself in Maori traditions, savor delectable cuisine, and explore vibrant cities buzzing with life.

Navigating your travel dreams is effortless with our streamlined visa process, ensuring a seamless start to your Kiwi adventure. Whether chasing thrills or seeking serenity, our flexible visa durations cater to your wanderlust. Apply now and let the enchantment of New Zealand’s beauty and hospitality redefine your travel narrative.

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Type of New Zealand Visas

Tourist Visa

  • Processing time:     Upto 10-15 days
  • Stay period:    As per the Embassy
  • Validity:     Upto 3 months
  • Entry:      Single / Multiple

Fees: INR 11,499/-

Business Visa

  • Processing time:     Upto 10-15 days
  • Stay period:    As per the Embassy
  • Validity:     Upto 3 months
  • Entry:      Single / Multiple

Fees: INR 11,499/-

Must have Documents for a New Zealand Visa:
  • Original Passport with at least 6 months validity and minimum 3 blank pages + all old passports if any
  • Visa Application form
  • 2 recent colour photographs (Photo Specification)
  • Personal Covering letter (For Employed-Plain paper/ Self-Employed-Letterhead)
  • Original updated Bank Statements with sufficient bank balance (last 6 months)
  • Income Tax Returns/Form 16 for last 3 years
  • Supporting Financial Documents such as Fixed Deposits, Property Investments, Other Investments etc. (Optional)
  • Evidence of funds of at least NZ$ 1,000 per month for maintenance and accommodation, or NZ$ 400 per month if your accommodation has been prepaid. In the form of bank statements, saving books or fixed deposit certificates, or Completed sponsorship form INZ 1025 if your visit is being sponsored by a New Zealand citizen/resident
Kindly Note :

The Govt is very strict on the photograph requirement; please ensure that your photos are as per the specifications.

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Basic Requirements to visit New Zealand

  • Have a valid Passport and valid New Zealand Visa
  • Be in good health
  • Good moral character
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as an incentive to come back to your home country
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country before your New Zealand visa expires
  • Have sufficient funds to support yourself and the amount depends on how long you will stay in New Zealand and whether you will be staying with family, friends or any paid accommodation.

Travel Checklist

  • Passport
  • Valid New Zealand Visa
  • Confirmed return Ticket
  • Contact details of your relative, friends, or business contacts in New Zealand
  • Confirmed hotel bookings (If Any)
  • New Zealand country Currency and other forms of forex
  • An unlocked smartphone, preferably with a SIM card from India
  • Any additional documents required to prove your purpose of visit (especially if you are traveling on a business Visa)

New Zealand travel guide

New Zealand (or Aotearoa – land of the long white cloud), truly is one of the most picturesque and photogenic places on earth. A small island nation of just over 4.5 million people, New Zealand is made up of two major land masses (North Island and South Island) and a number of smaller islands including Stewart Island located in the south-western Pacific Ocean.

The two main islands are divided by a 22km stretch of water called the Cook Strait. New Zealand is located approximately 1,500km east of Australia and about 1,000km from the Pacific Islands. Due to its relative remoteness and being water locked, New Zealand was one of the last countries to be found and settled.

The country is made up of some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes, from vast mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes to sweeping coastlines. It is a natural playground for thrill seekers and adventurers and those who simply want to visit for the culture and landscapes.

New Zealander’s are affectionately known as “Kiwis”. The name derives from the kiwi, a flightless bird native to New Zealand. It is also the national symbol. Kiwis are characterised as rugged, industrious problem solvers and people who innovate. Kiwis are great travellers themselves with many exploring and making an impact on the world (sport, business, politics, etc.). Younger New Zealander’s often travel to England for working holidays before settling back in New Zealand and any New Zealander can travel and work in Australia indefinitely.

New Zealand is the adventure capital of the world. Hiking, skydiving, caving, bungy jumping, skiing — everything here is geared towards getting you outside and doing something incredible. As a popular destination for backpackers and budget travelers, New Zealand is surprisingly affordable and offers many ways to save money. You’ll find a variety of awesome landscapes in New Zealand, all within easy reach of each other. Spectacular glaciers, picturesque fiords, rugged mountains, vast plains, rolling hillsides, subtropical forest, volcanic plateau, and miles of coastline with gorgeous sandy beaches – it’s all here. No wonder New Zealand is becoming as popular as a location for movies! New Zealand has also developed into one of the cleanest and greenest countries in the world. There are 14 national parks throughout the country and almost a quarter of New Zealand is protected land. What else? There’s wildlife, wine and a cultural resurgence that’s seeing local films, literature and art gaining more and more attention. A blend of Maori and European culture, coupled with breath-taking landscapes provides New Zealand with a truly unique character.

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Places to visit in New Zealand

Muriwai Beach, Auckland

Just a 40-minute drive from Auckland’s City Centre and you can find yourself on the West Coast. Massive black sand dunes, amazing surf, and killer sunsets make this one of the best spots you can visit in New Zealand’s biggest “city”. Visit on a stormy day and see why it’s earned its nickname of the Wild West Coast. Don’t forget to check out the Gannet Colony which overlooks two stunning bays and has hundreds of huge birds flying right over your head!

Niagara falls

Milford Sound

The ultimate New Zealand experience. This has to be hands down the most beautiful place in the entire country – if not the world. Get ready to be completely mind blown by expansive rainforest, towering mountains, hundreds of cascading waterfalls and DOLPHINS! The Sound can be explored by boat, kayak or plane each offering their own unique point of view. You’ll quickly realise not a single image you’ve ever seen compares to how magnificent this place is in real life.

Matapouri, Northland

One of the best places to visit in New Zealand if you’re looking for mermaids! OK, that was a lie. But you can find a place here that they would definitely hang out if they existed. Named “The Mermaid Pools” these huge hidden emerald rock pools are so deep you can right on dive in. Top tip: avoid visiting at high tide as the waves can crash over the rocks at an alarming speed and sweep you off your little sunbathing perch!

White house

Mount Cook

The magnitude of this place needs to be seen to be believed. Taking the Hooker Valley walking track, you’ll be met with dramatic scenes of New Zealand’s highest mountain. An easy journey takes you alongside the rushing Hooker River, over very photogenic swing bridges and offers views of humongous ancient glaciers. If you stand still and listen, you can actually hear the glacier constantly cracking and moving. If you’re short on time, head to Tasman Lake – an easy 20-minute walk from the car park – where you can see Mount Cook reflected in the water and big icebergs just floating on by!

Yellow Stone national park


Over the Crown Range from Queenstown lies Wanaka. If you’re looking for places to visit in New Zealand where you can escape the tourist crowds of Queenstown and immerse yourself in a slower-paced mountain town. You can visit the famous Puzzle World, kayak the lake and explore the most incredible walking & biking trails. Nearby you can hit world class snow on the slopes of Treble Cone and Cardrona Ski Resorts. Even if you’re not a skier, the trip up to take in the view will be enough to keep you from ever wanting to go home.

Golden Gate Bridge

Takapuna Beach

Nestled right in Auckland’s urban area of the North Shore you can find this stunning stretch of beach loved by all the locals (and their adorable doggies!). With frequent dolphin and orca sightings in the springtime and so many incredible restaurants right on its doorstep, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Head to the Takapuna Beach Cafe and get some of their famous gelato! Bonus adventure: the island you can see from the beach is a dormant volcano called Rangitoto Island – which you can actually climb to its summit! Well worth the hike with insane views of the entire Auckland Harbour!

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