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New Zealanders would like to see the tourism industry take more action to protect the natural environment, improve road safety and reduce its impact on housing availability.
New research from Budget NZ has revealed Kiwis are avid road trippers, with 62% doing a roadie within New Zealand in the past year.
The tourism industry continues to deliver for the all-important domestic market, with the trend for strong satisfaction ratings from New Zealand domestic leisure travellers continuing in the latest Tourism Industry Aotearoa research.
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.
Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari and Dolphin Planet have provided the money.
A new study into Canterbury’s international visitor market has highlighted the implications of ignoring tourist perceptions of sustainability for New Zealand’s $39bn tourism industry.
ATEED’s destination management strategy is cited in a major study on how cities can cope with tourism growth.
An experimental study puts a value on the activity dominated by providers like Airbnb, Bookabach and Bachcare.
The value of dolphin eco-tourism to the New Zealand economy has been put at more than $30m annually, according to a new report commissioned by Black Cat Cruises.
The tourism industry’s social licence to operate continues to come under pressure particularly in destinations at the forefront of New Zealand’s sustained visitor boom, according to the latest Mood of the Nation survey.
New Zealand is meeting expectations as a destination for domestic travellers despite the growing pains induced by swelling international visitor numbers.
The number of visitors to NZ vineyards surged 350% in the five years to 2017, says Westpac.
The tourism industry has been warned against complacency following the latest Mood of the Nation survey that reported in uptick in the number of New Zealanders who agree that tourism is good for the country.
Almost half of all New Zealanders believe that the country is on track for too many visitors according to the latest Mood of the National report.
Dark tourism is not a new phenomenon, nor is the use of artefacts of violence in pursuit of economic or political capital.
A new report on the performance of the world’s tourism markets highlights NZ’s relative lack of investment.
ChristchurchNZ has teamed up with academics from the University of Canterbury on a project that will delve into international visitors’ perceptions of sustainable tourism in New Zealand.
Half of NZers surveyed believe international visitors put too much pressure on the country.
How cultural currents are acting on the travel industry have been put under the microscope in a new report.
The tsunami hazard at some of NZ’s top tourist locations could be analysed following a study of the risk at Lake Tekapo.
A lack of information on visitor flows and movement, future forecasting and weak domestic and regional data rank among the top industry concerns according to a new study into tourism insight.