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A retired pesticide business owner in Taumarunui has seen success with a new rail tour venture launched in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A slew of new products has set up the railway for growth, with local businesses on board for the economic ride.
Leisure Time Travel has launched its latest travel brochure which it says is its largest touring programme to date.
Owner David Gatward-Ferguson says he is open to bringing in new investment partners to drive expansion.
Christchurch City Council has awarded $30,000 to an architectural audio tour project through its newly established Intangible Heritage Grant Fund.
Some pent-up international demand for travel might dissipate before Australia and New Zealand’s borders re-open, says the founder of G Adventures.
Former cruise tour business Mount Classic Tours has donated nearly $40,000 in free transport to 2,162 Bay of Plenty locals and selected “good causes”.
Budget Car Rentals has created a list of its top eight ‘unusual’ public toilets while road tripping around New Zealand.
Support packages awarded to a select number of predominantly large tourist operators were “totally biased and very unjust”.
The tour industry had “gone through the wringer” and 2021 will bring some positive change for the sector.
The update and re-release of the map coincided with the opening of Northland’s newest tourism attraction, the $9.6m Manea Footprints of Kupe.
Spaces on the tour would be limited to 25 people and run through a ticketing system, costing $10 per person, children free.
Hastings City Art Gallery will hold free public art tours over the summer season.
The route spanned 341km from Otepoti/Dunedin to the foot of the Southern Alps at Queenstown.
Kiwis are a new focus for New Zealand tour specialist Grand Pacific Tours.
Auckland Live has launched tours of the historic Auckland Town Hall.
Gannet Safaris Overland is offering a Christmas morning tour, a first for the Hawke’s Bay tour operator.
West Auckland walking tour operator Bush and Beach has run a free tour for a group of recent migrants.
Struggling operators considering launching a new product in the middle of a pandemic should focus on what is doable and affordable in the Covid-era.
Gannet Safaris Overland will bring its season forward after around 6000 gannets started building their nests at Cape Kidnappers.
Kiwis unwilling to pay third party for a guided trip of NZ, says Haka Tourism’s founder.
The Waikato tourism operator has launched a suite of couples-focused gourmet hiking escapes as part of its domestic tourism push.
Motorcycle tour operator Planet Chopper has unveiled details of its “Virus Buster Run” for 2021, after cancelling its 2020 tours due to Covid-19.
The company, which catered to the active senior market, had rescheduled 16 tours following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Auckland Free Walking Tours will re-launch its tours for winter, after the Covid-19 crisis “wiped out” the operation.
Local tour operator Trafalgar has launched a Near Not Far limited series of guided holidays within New Zealand.
Auckland-based tour operator Bush and Beach have launched a new series of ‘Kiwis guiding Kiwis’ products for the domestic market.
Local tour operator Stray has launched its Haere Mai 24-day tour as it gets ready to take travellers around New Zealand once group restrictions are lifted.
Queenstown-based Appellation Wine Tours will get a free website after winning a competition run by tourism marketing agency Maverick Digital.
Kiwiness Tours had added a Kiwi watching experience at Tawharanui Regional Park too its list of tours.
After a tough three years, Tourism Holdings’ coach business is diversifying its offering.
The Queenstown operator is believed to be the first to offer an off-road EV experience after splashing $300k on Teslas.
White Island Tours has revealed its new purpose-built vessel designed to increase capacity and frequency on its tours to the popular volcanic island.
Queenstown’s Prestige Adventure says Saturday’s deaths happened on one of its 4WD buggy trips.
The youth-oriented tour operator has pitched into the 50+ demographic to help cope with a softening backpacker market.
Tourism Holdings’ bus tour business is feeling the pinch from a falling youth backpacker market.
A new night-time experience is to be launched in Tekapo to combat damage and destruction to the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd.
The operator is relaunching its scenic service between Picton and Christchurch – two years after the devastating Kaikōura earthquake.
Cycle Journeys’ founder, Geoff Gabites, is making way for a new manager to lead the next phase of growth at the six-year-old business.