The Ropes & Thrills Rotorua attraction, set to launch in November 2023, is a prime investment opportunity for those looking to take advantage of New Zealand’s growing tourism industry.
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Within Australia, there is a hidden segment of high value travellers that is an immediate market for New Zealand’s tourism industry, writes China Travel Service’s Lisa Li.
A world-class adventure attraction is set to be developed in Rotorua, bringing a unique offering that will complement the region’s existing tourism landscape.
An oasis of calm where accommodation is defined by character, shape and service level, Airedale Boutique Suites is finding favour with both business and leisure travellers as well as offering a welcome new dining option for visitors to Auckland’s entertainment quarter.
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A high-ropes adventure attraction popular with visitors to global locations including Shanghai, Switzerland and Orlando Florida is now available in New Zealand.
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Tourism marketers are dealing with a very particular set of behaviours that make it hard to use data the way many other marketers do.
Queenstown’s iconic Shotover Jet has unveiled a fresh new look for its fleet of twin-engine jet boats.
A trio of South Island snow experiences is set to capitalise on China’s growing interest in winter sports after winning three of the six spots in the latest round of Christchurch Airport’s New Horizons programme.
ADARA’s VP of tourism for Asia Pacific, Matthew Zatto, on what the global data company’s arrival in NZ means for the country’s tourism industry.
From operations to marketing, digital technology offers so much opportunity to create a better visitor experience. So, why are so many tourism operators not leveraging digital to their advantage? Maverick Digital’s Founder and Head of Strategy Alex Bayes talks tourism tech for 2019.
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Waimangu Volcanic Valley has released its new brand refresh video.
The film is “a reflection of its luxury accommodation offering, award-winning food and wine, the region and its people”.
Nelson Tasman locals and people from all around New Zealand have a deep love for Takaka and Golden Bay, and it’s easy to see why.
An exciting brand refresh drawing on New Zealand’s most stunning alpine scenery and boundless skies sees Glenorchy-based Skydive Southern Alps ready to make its own mark on the domestic and international visitor market.
Wellington’s wildlife sanctuary, ZEALANDIA, has put together a new promotional video to show visitors why they are bringing native wildlife back to a special valley.
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