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More than 2,600 accommodation providers in New Zealand are participating in Booking.com’s Travel Sustainable programme.
How destinations welcome and accept LGBTIQ+ travellers can have a major impact on the visitor experience, with those supporting the rainbow community more likely to attract business.
New Zealand will benefit from growing confidence within Asia Pacific for people to travel and continuing good demand from Kiwis to explore domestically.
Cost, safety and convenience are the top three considerations for Kiwis looking to book international travel in the next year, according to a new Booking.com analysis.
Industry should create more sustainable options and make information more transparent for travellers, says Booking.com.
Canterbury has secured a spot in Booking.com’s Top 10 Global ‘Most Welcoming Region On Earth’.
Around 64% of New Zealanders agree they will say ‘yes’ to any vacation opportunity in the next 12-24 months, if their budget allows.
The OTA is launching a programme to certify accommodation and tourism experiences that are LGBTIQ+ friendly.
LGBTTQ+ festival to run from 27 August to 5 September.
Those accommodation providers that have sustainability practices fail to communicate them well.
A difficult year for Booking.com has given way to a resurgence of interest across New Zealand on the travel and leisure platform, says the online travel agent’s New Zealand boss.
Booking.com has revealed its top most searched international destinations by Kiwis on their platform just before the country’s borders closed exactly a year ago.