Our borders may be closed to tourists but not every country has put up the shutters - so where in the world can Kiwis travel during a global pandemic?
Because the answer is complicated, we've created this interactive map (below) to help you find your way.
Some borders remain open if you're brave enough - Covid-19 ravaged Brazil is accepting all passport holders.
Others are rolling out the welcome mat, but with caveats - self-isolation periods, such as the United Kingdom, or proof of a recent negative Covid-19 test.
In some cases Kiwis can get in, but only if they're also residents of their destination country.
Fiji, for instance, is closed to everyone but their own nationals.
Our Government has advised against non-essential travel but, unlike Australia, isn't stopping citizens and residents from doing so, although they can expect to pay for their own managed isolation on return.
The International Air Transport Association has a regularly updated online tool that shows entry requirements around the world, canvassing a myriad of Covid-19 prevention measures, including mandatory testing and rules on earlier travel to some countries.
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The Herald has used this information to create the interactive map above, showing where the black passport will take you across 10 of Kiwi travellers' most popular destinations, such as Australia, Fiji and the United Kingdom, and 16 other countries picked at random.
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Earlier this month the Herald on Sunday wrote about super wealthy Kiwis ditching Downunder lockdowns and alert levels for the warmth of a southern Europe summer.
France, Italy, Spain - all were welcoming Kiwis with the cash to drop on a more expensive flight and a risky holiday.
"I've got my super-wealthy clients who are going, bugger it, we're still going to have summer in Europe', Quay Travel managing director Michelle Malcolm said.
"They were anti what the Government was doing and they were just like, we're getting out of here'. They're making me very jealous with their Instagram posts - I'm seeing them going into markets in the south of France, they're out walking and on their bikes, they're not wearing masks and they don't seem to be concerned at all."
One couple told the Herald on Sunday since leaving New Zealand in late May they'd travelled to London, Italy, Monaco, Cannes, St Tropez and Ibiza, before making their way back to Monaco and the south of France for the last two months.