Do I need a visa?
If you are a Swedish citizen and hold a valid Swedish passport you may visit New Zealand for up to three months visa free.If you intend to stay longer you will need to apply for a visitors visa.
Where to apply for a Visitor Visa
The application form for a visitor's visa (NZIS 1017) can be downloaded from the New Zealand Immigration Service New Zealand Immigration Service website.
Citizens of Sweden wishing to visit for longer than three months require a visa and should contact the New Zealand Embassy in The Hague:
New Zealand Embassy The Hague
2517KK The Hague
Tel: 0031-70-365 8037
Fax: 0031-70-363 2983
Insurance and accidents
As visitors from most countries, including Sweden, are not entitled to publicly funded healthcare services in New Zealand, we strongly recommend that you have travel insurance for the duration of your visit.
If you have an accident in New Zealand
Visitors to New Zealand are generally covered for treatment in New Zealand for personal injury caused by accident in New Zealand, regardless of fault. The Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Corporation (ACC) is responsible for managing the national personal injury insurance scheme.
ACC only covers injuries that happen in New Zealand and treatment you receive there. ACC cannot reimburse you for expenses such as delayed travel or loss of income in your home country. It is important to note that ACC will not cover you for illness - it is not a replacement for travel insurance.