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Ryan Sanders’ Haka Tourism Group has added an eighth property to its accommodation portfolio with the opening of Haka Lodge Ponsonby.
Summer accommodation will be made available at the former YHA Opoutere, which has been handed over to the Wharekawa Adventure Education Trust by YHA New Zealand.
The country is seeing a similar slowdown as NZ but is taking a different approach, particularly with the youth market.
The operator is aiming to have a nationwide network of 10 hotels and 10 lodges by 2025.
Lake Tekapo’s new $9m YHA has reported 85% occupancy in its first two weeks of trade.
The evolution of the backpacker market and where it might go next is the backbone for discussion at this year’s annual Backpacker Youth & Adventure Tourism Association conference.
Haka Tourism Group has succeeded in its multi-million dollar bid to take ownership of its Auckland lodge.
Cristine Angus’s software development company, getsmart, has signed a global partnership agreement to provide tailored customer insight solutions for the International Youth Hostels Federation.
TNZ has refocused its backpacker strategy on the direct UK and German markets.
The backpacker and wider tourism industry is in “a huge state of flux” and it was vital operators tackled complex issues together, an industry audience heard this morning.
Today’s backpackers are a discerning bunch on the lookout for authentic, inspirational experiences.
Campaigners are desperately trying to rally support to prevent the closure of the iconic Opoutere Youth Hostel near Whangamata.
Robin Gayraud and Laura Symonds, publishers of the BackpackerGuide.NZ, travelled New Zealand in a campervan to take on 365 activities in 365 days.
Future proofing New Zealand as a tourism destination was the focus of the eighth annual Backpacker Youth & Adventure Tourism Association (BYATA) Conference held in Wellington at Te Papa recently.
With over 150 hostels throughout the country and backpackers currently making up 11% of all holiday visitors into NZ and growing – the hostel market is going from strength to strength.