WELLINGTON: After the Covid-based travel restrictions were lifted, New Zealand’s borders were fully reopened on Monday, but it is only anticipated that a trickle of tourists and students will return.
Despite having recorded 52,538 coronavirus cases in the past seven days, New Zealand is prepared to resume welcoming tourists. At midnight local time on Sunday, the maritime border and all foreign visitors were made eligible to file visa requests as part of the final step of the country’s borders reopening.
Rene de Monchy, chief executive of Tourism New Zealand, predicts a sluggish recovery of business compared to pre-Covid levels. As more individuals around the world become confident about travelling, it is anticipated that the recovery of international tourism will take some time.
Tourism, New Zealand is making a lot of effort to promote travel from important markets in order to help the national economy and improve tourism.