Your search for "National Parks" found 18 results
Southern operators face further delays to national park project plans.
The two missing trampers in the Kahurangi National Park have been found alive after 18 days.
The search for missing trampers Dion Reynolds and Jessica O’Connor in Kahurangi National Park was suspended Monday due to weather.
The search continues this morning for two missing trampers who failed to return from the Kahurangi National Park.
Operators will be unaffected by a new review but projects involving Aoraki/Mt Cook and Westland Tai Poutini national parks remain in limbo.
Operators planning products in some national parks may have a long wait ahead following a new order from the conservation minister.
The Bay of Plenty has signed the National Park Cities charter in London this week.
Commercial operators using the West Coast Te Tai o Poutini and hoping to access Paparoa Track when it opens in December have been thrown a curve-ball as a result of the Department of Conservation running into legal issues.
Operators weigh in after Eugenie Sage pours cold water on “high intensity” activities on the conservation estate.
The minister on Skyline’s glacier gondola, accommodation proposals and “tranquility mapping” the national parks.
New recreational activities will also be considered in a review of the park’s management plan.
The expansion of Kahurangi National Park will help protect the added land for generations of visitors to come, say operators in the region.
Sorry, you do not have authorisation to view this page! If you would like to view the content on this page you will need to be a Tourism Ticker member. MORE »
Skyline Enterprises is encouraging feedback on its proposal for a multi-million dollar gondola to be built at Franz Josef Glacier ahead of consultation on the draft management plan for Westland Tai Poutini National Park closing next week.
An opponent of the plan says that if it is approved it will become “a substantial test case in court”.
Hutchins on returning to her tourism roots, mixing business with family, and what her proposed Fiordland experience, Path, is really about.
The granddaughter of Les Hutchins is planning new high-end accommodation in Fiordland National Park.
National parks are by law the ‘people’s parks” and New Zealanders should have free entry with tourists charged a national park levy on entering the country.