Flights to New Zealand
Flights to New Zealand
A Trip to New Zealand
A verdant retreat in the Southern Hemisphere, the island country of New Zealand is an enchanting amalgamation of man-made beauty and natural realms. The captivating blend of Maori and European cultures, charming cities and astounding natural wonders will be the highlights of your trip to this country.
No airlines flying direct from India to New Zealand. Other airlines flying to New Zealand are Emirates, China Southern, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, ANA, AirAsia X, Air New Zealand, Hong Kong Airlines, Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways, China Eastern, Air Asia, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air.
How to find cheap flights to New Zealand?
Skyscanner, a global travel search engine, makes your travel experience easy and efficient. You can easily compare the prices offered by different airlines and book the tickets accordingly.
- The price alert tool of Skyscanner sends notifications whenever there is a change in price. Regular updates are sent from time to time via email. You can always modify your subscription as per your convenience.
- For the cheapest month when you can travel to New Zealand, take a look at our month view tool and book your tickets as per your budget.
Which city is cheap to fly to in New Zealand?
To find the cheapest cities to travel to in New Zealand, check out the countries section and select your preferred country. The page that you will be redirected to, will have a brief description about the country, its cities and their air fares.
Domestic travel between cities
- Cities of New Zealand are well-connected by flights. You can find cheap and frequent flights on Skyscanner’s flight connectivity page and plan accordingly.
- New Zealand has an exceptional railway system with convenient coaches running at frequent intervals.
- Hiring a car is another option when in New Zealand. For more details, check Skyscanner’s car hire
Things to do in New Zealand
If you seek a modern charm with all the facilities, but fewer hassles, uncrowded locations and beautiful sceneries, then New Zealand is the place to be. The main cities of New Zealand including Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Nelson have a lot to offer.
The mix of landscapes and cultures, the Maori culture, surfing classes, choicest activities, geothermal wonders and incredible wildlife experiences give this country an edge over others. The best of this nation is discovered in its museums, galleries and natural landmarks. Places like the Auckland Museum boasting of Neoclassical architectural style and the Waitomo Caves are popular when it comes to manmade and natural wonders. The country’s volcanic and geothermal beauty makes it fascinating, examples are Mt. Ruapehu and Mt. Tongariro with their boiling mud pools and gushing geysers.
Kiwi food and beer are popular across the globe. New Zealand’s expert chefs have been inspiring the culinary world with their delectable preparations. Using simple ingredients like sweet potato, sea urchin and abalone, they have produced unforgettable mouth-watering delights.
Before you fly to New Zealand
Visa for Indians flying to New Zealand
To apply for a visa before flying to New Zealand, all Indian citizens must have valid documents like an Indian passport. You can also apply for an online visa at New Zealand Immigration website.
Best time to visit New Zealand
New Zealand being in the southern hemisphere, experiences summers during the months of December to March. The most popular time to visit the country are the months of January and February (mid-summers), when most races and events take place owing to the pleasant and delightful weather.
Time and weather difference between India and New Zealand
New Zealand is 7 hours and 30 minutes ahead of India. It has a temperate climate, with most of the coastal regions remaining hot and humid. The temperature in the land-locked areas may drop down to –10˚C during winters.
Currency and exchange rates between India and New Zealand
1 New Zealand Dollar is equal to 48 Indian Rupees. India has a lower cost of living than New Zealand.
Culture and important information to know before you fly to New Zealand
The British, Oceanic and European influence on the culture of New Zealand has made the country a multi-cultural one. With the recent human settlement, it has a touch of modernity to it while retaining the traditional beliefs and age-old customs. The main languages spoken in the country are New Zealand English and the indigenous Maori language.
Following are a few points to be kept in mind for people traveling to New Zealand.
- Smoking in public places, transportation, pubs and restaurants is banned in New Zealand.
- When on the beach, make sure to abide by the rules.
NOTE: All the information mentioned above is correct as of 22nd September 2016.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.