Travel to Niue

Niue: entry and exit regulations

Formalities, visas

Tourists need a passport that is valid for 6 months beyond the intended departure date and a return or onward flight ticket.

Sufficient financial means are also required for the stay.

An entry permit is issued for a period of up to 30 days upon entry.

This can be extended at the following address:

Immigration Office Administration Blocks P. O. Box 67AlofiTel: (00683) 4122Fax: (00683) 4150

Import and export of goods

Duty-free

People over the age of 18 may import the following duty-free:

200 cigarettes or 227 g tobacco or 50 cigars, 3 bottles of alcohol, a maximum of 3 liters.

Goods that exceed the value of $ 50 NZ must be declared. It is not allowed to bring in food.

Import and export of foreign currency

  • Local currencyThere are no restrictions
  • Foreign currenciesThere are no restrictions

Departure fee

In many countries, a fee must be paid when leaving the country. This fee is $ 25 NZ when leaving Niue.

Niue: arrival and transport

How to get to Niue

Niue has an airport, Hanan International Airport (IUE). This is about 7 km north of Alofi. It is served by Polynesian Airlines twice a week from Auckland, New Zealand or Apia (Samoa). Since November 2005, Air New Zealand has served Niue once a week, on Fridays from Auckland.

On Saturdays the flight leaves Niue back to Auckland. If you fly in from Auckland, you will fly over the date line!

Travel in the country

There is no public transport system in Niue. But you can rent bicycles, scooters, motorcycles and even cars. Taxis are also available. Most tourists, however, rent a bike.

Roads

Niue has around 230 km of roads, 90 km of which are paved.

International license plate

According to Abbreviationfinder, Niue’s international license plate is:

NZ

Niue: Embassies, consulates and tourist office

Visit Countryaah for a full list of Niue embassies and consulates in each country around the world.

The island’s only foreign mission is in New Zealand.

Niue High Commission 101 Molesworth Street, Molesworth House Wellington (New Zealand) : PO Box 12048 Wellington (New Zealand) Tel: 0064 – (0) 4 – 499 4515 Fax: 0064 – (0) 4 – 499 4516 Email: [email protected] .nz

German representations in Niue

Embassy

The Federal Republic of Germany does not have its own embassy on Niue. The embassy in Wellington, New Zealand is responsible.

German Embassy in Wellington Hobson Street 90-92 Thorndon 6011, Wellington: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany PO Box 1687 Wellington 6140 New Zealand Tel: 0064 – (0) 4 473 60 63 Fax: 0064 – (0) 4 473 60 69 Email: [email protected] www.wellington.diplo.de

The German embassy in Wellington is still responsible for:

  • American Samoa
  • Cook Islands
  • Fiji Islands
  • Kiribati
  • Niue
  • Pitcairn
  • Samoa
  • Tonga
  • Tokelau
  • Tuvalu

Swiss representation in Niue

Embassy

Switzerland does not have its own embassy on Niue. The embassy in Wellington, New Zealand is responsible.

Embassy, Embassy of Switzerland in Wellington

10 Customhouse Quay, Level 12

6140 Wellington:

PO Box 25004

6146 Wellington

Tel: 0064 – (0) 4 – 472 1593

Fax: 0064 – (0) 4 – 499 6302

Email: [email protected]

http://www.eda.admin.ch/wellington

In addition to New Zealand, the Swiss Embassy Embassy in Wellingtion is also responsible for:

  • Cook Islands
  • Fiji Islands
  • Samoa
  • Tonga
  • Tokelau

Tourist office

Niue Tourism Office

Commercial Center

Alofi, Niue Island

:

PO Box 42

Alofi, Niue Island

Tel: 00683 – 4224

Fax: 00683 – 4225

Email: [email protected]

www.niueisland.com

Niue: Travel Medicine, Risks

Infectious Diseases

In Niue, the following illnesses, which do not occur or only occur sporadically in Germany and Northern Europe, mainly due to contaminated water and various foods:

  • Malaria, there is no risk of malaria.
  • Dengue fever
  • various intestinal diseases such as amoeba, shigella, worm infestation, lamblia or salmonella
  • Filariasis
  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid, only in travelers who may come into contact with polluted water or contaminated food.

The following vaccinations are recommended:

  • Diphtheria, a vaccination against diphtheria should always exist, also in the home country.
  • Hepatitis A
  • Tetanus, a vaccination against tetanus should always exist, also in the home country.
  • Typhoid, only in travelers who may come into contact with polluted water or contaminated food.

Compulsory vaccination

As already mentioned above, there are no vaccination requirements when entering or staying in the country.

Who pays for vaccinations in Germany?

Most children in Germany are vaccinated against a number of infectious diseases at an early age. However, the vaccination protection only lasts up to 10 years, in some cases even shorter. Therefore, before traveling abroad, you should carefully consider against which infectious diseases a vaccination is necessary or useful in the country concerned and whether the vaccination protection, if applicable, was not too long ago.

Most statutory health insurances have been reimbursing the costs for the following vaccinations since June 2007.

There is even no 10 € practice fee – but the insured usually have to pay the statutory co-payment, which is 10% of the vaccine price – that is at least 5 € and a maximum of 10 €. Under these conditions, the following vaccinations are free of charge:

  • cholera
  • diphtheria
  • Early summer meningoencephalitis (TBE)
  • Yellow fever
  • Hepatitis A and B
  • Meningococcal meningitis
  • Pneumococci
  • Polyo (polio)
  • Tetanus (tetanus)
  • rabies
  • typhus

Some health insurance companies also reimburse the cost of malaria prophylaxis.

As a rule, private health insurance companies (inquire beforehand) also cover the costs mentioned.

Hazards/current warning notices

Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany

Citizens’ Service

Telephone: 0049 – (0) 30 – 5000 – 2000

Fax: 0049 – (0) 30 – 5000 – 51000

Current warning notices:

www.auswaertiges-amt.de

Niue: Currency, Exchange Rate and Shopping

The national currency of Niue is the

New Zealand dollar NZD.

Exchange rate

You can find a currency converter here:

www3.forium.de

Bank opening hours

Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Shop

Shop opening times

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

as well as Saturday mornings and late Saturday afternoons.

Cheap or country-specific goods, souvenirs,

handicrafts made from plaited pandan nut leaves, e.g. B. hats.