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Whale Watch Kaikōura this year extended its annual offer of free tours for local preschoolers to school-children across the wider region as a way to “give back” to the local community following the November 2016 earthquake.
Whale Watch Kaikōura general manager Kauahi Ngapora has been awarded the Outstanding Māori Business Leader Award at the University of Auckland’s Aotearoa Māori Business Leaders Awards.
Whale Watch Kaikoura’s Kauahi Ngapora is the only working operator on the new Tourism Infrastructure Fund panel, which nonetheless contains significant industry experience.
Kaikoura’s Whale Watch has won the Australasian Responsible Tourism Award at this year’s World Tourism Awards.
Two major commercial tourism operators are putting their hands in their pockets to support the restoration of Kaikoura harbour.
Whale Watch Kaikoura will be doing all it can to put the South Island town back on the tourist map, says general manager Kauahi Ngapora.
The government should rethink its allocation of support to quake-stricken buisnesses in Kaikoura, writes Tourism Ticker’s Paul Yandall.