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The Tiaki Promise was launched by then Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis in 2018 to encourage people to act as guardians of NZ.
The value of the iwi’s tourism assets fell 22% during the “tough” trading year.
The pandemic has forced cultural attractions like Te Puia to make changes with a new approach taken towards domestic visitors.
Tamaki Māori Village in Rotorua plans to re-launch its evening cultural experience on 1 December, partly in anticipation of a quick return of Australian visitors once borders re-open.
Discover Waitomo will offer full immersion te reo Māori tours to mark Māori Language Week, which runs from 13-19 September 2021.
Cultural attractions are suffering but one operator has found a path forward, managing to boost domestic visitor numbers above pre-Covid levels.
A focus on community values drives the award-winning operator’s vision for tourism.
Tourism organisations and RTOs are urged to put the Māori at the centre of the visitor experience.
A case study on Māori tourism experiences has been featured in a new international database alongside 31 other examples on tourism development from around the world.
Funding to be used for 14 sites at Opihi, South Canterbury.
Rotorua’s Whakarewarewa – The Living Māori Village is now open again following a nine-month hibernation.
The Manea Footprints of Kupe, an interactive cultural, heritage, tourism and education centre, has opened in Opononi in the Hokianga.
Ownership of Bay of Plenty destination Waimangu Volcanic Valley has been transferred to Te Arawa iwi Ngāti Rangitihi as part of its settlement with the Crown.
The Government has invested $96.5m towards upgrading 351 marae across the country.
Te reo Māori is unique to NZ and an experience many visitors enjoyed.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds is running a number of events from the 14-21 September celebrating Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, Māori Language Week.
Tourism remains low as a percentage of total iwi and Māori business investment but interest remains high, according to ANZ analyst David Harrison.
Hamilton City Council has approved a work programme to help it make more informed decisions on issues of cultural significance.
A new pou-whenua, Uenuku Te Pou Tipua o Tūroa, has been unveiled and completes the new park and ride and camping facility at the foot of Mt Ruapehu.
The New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute Vesting Act 2020 has been passed by the House.
Green Party tourism spokesperson Gareth Hughes said that as well as increasing cultural awareness, it would provide another day for travel.
The popular Rotorua attraction has formed a new partnership to help its 110 employees.
The innovative nature of these businesses may help them succeed in the Covid-era, says Stats NZ.
New Zealand Māori Tourism has secured a $10m contingency fund to help repurpose and reposition the Māori tourism sector.
More than 17,000 Māori employees working across the tourism sector have lost their jobs due to Covid-19, including up to 1000 working for Māori tourism operators, says New Zealand Māori Tourism.
Dale Stephens will meet NZMT this week to discuss his future with the organisation after deciding to run for Christchurch Central.
Northland and West Coast iwi receive almost $1m each from the PGF.
The new Creative and Cultural Events Incubator, funded through the Major Events Fund, will open Monday 3 February.
The Government is injecting $2.798m into the Ngā Ara Tipuna Waipukurau Pā Site Interpretation project in the Hawke’s Bay.
The old Māori trade training hostel, Te Kooti te Rato, located at Rehua Marae in Christchurch will soon be repurposed into six modern apartments for local Christchurch whānau.
The Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival will play host to an innovative new form of digital storytelling in the form of a water screen on the Waitemata Harbour, when it kicks off on 31 January 2020.
The Tuia 250 voyage has officially come to an end, following a closing ceremony at Tuahuru Marae in Te Māhia this week.
A new waka experience will be launched this weekend on Lake Rotorua.
A kapa haka performance and special carving have been given by Te Puia | New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute in the official China-New Zealand Year of Tourism closing ceremony.
Regional engagement to identify sustainable visitor growth opportunities and a commitment to tourism marketing and promotion form the backbone of a new economic growth agreement between Air New Zealand and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu.
Chris Jolly Outdoors’ CEO on the jv with Ngāti Tūwharetoa and the opportunities ahead for the new business.
Henry van Asch and Ngāti Tūwharetoa have made separate moves on significant tourism businesses.
New Zealand Māori Tourism, in conjunction with Te Puni Kōkiri and Poutama Trust, has launched the first capability assessment of the Māori tourism sector since 2014.
Five winners won $70k in cash prizes from NZMT’s second annual Dragons Den event.
Hundreds of the country’s tourism suppliers and ITOs are attending TECNZ and NZ Māori Tourism conferences this week.
Queenstown Lakes District Council will vote tomorrow on whether to enter into partnership with Ngāi Tahu Property that could see a new cultural hub built at the resort.
Market research is to be undertaken to assist Māori tourism ventures in the Waikato.
Applications are now open for the 2019 Māori tourism Dragon’s Den.
Hawke’s Bay’s tourism sector is a direct and indirect beneficiary of the latest investment announced Provincial Growth Fund.
Annie Dundas, general manager of Hawke’s Bay Tourism, has resigned.
The Northland Regional Council is investing $500,000 to help bring forward a proposed $8m-plus cultural centre and tourism attraction at Opononi.
Iwi investment in tourism is on the increase as Māori look to deploy capital and diversify their income streams.
The Māori tourism operator will start the tours following the completion of a new $3.5m riverside cultural centre.
DOC has delayed its review of its Aoraki/Mount Cook and Westland Tai Poutini national parks plans because of an iwi concessions case.
Māori terms are being overused and, in some cases, abused by the tourism industry, according to prominent Māori tourism operator, Kapiti Island Nature Tours founder John Barrett.