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  • New Zealand Tourism Guide Monthly Business Newsletters

    Issue 8 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 7 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 6 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 5 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 4 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 3 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 2 * NZTG 2017 Tourism Newsletter: Issue 1 Back Issues

  • Where to camp

    …https://www.tourism.net.nz/new-zealand/about-new-zealand/free-camping.html is a bit more difficult these days as some areas around the country have been faced with noise and rubbish issues from campers. Some places will have designated areas while others may actually have 'no camping' in some areas.…

  • VOG (volcanic fog on the South Island)

    …world. We have no volcanic fog or any volcanic air issues at all in the South. If you visit natural hot springs, such as those in Hanmer Springs, you may notice a sulphur smell, but that would likely be the the closest thing to any volcanic air issue you would find. Featured   Relaxing Journeys…

  • New Zealand Tourism Guide - Community and Environment

    …that the future of New Zealand tourism must take into account the community and the environment. We dedicate this section to promote ideas and issues that deserve attention, in the hopes that more people will learn about them. New Zealand Community * Save The Kiwi Bird You can support the…

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter August 2005

    …about some of the issues they have had when dealing with privately owned Web sites, portals or directories. New Zealand Tourism Online is 100% behind TIANZ, and advises everyone to check thoroughly before they agree to any form of commission bearing booking or advertising. This issue came up about a…

  • Māori Cultural Experiences: Māori Culture in New Zealand for Visi...

    …Ancient Māori beliefs and traditions are respected by the country's leaders and care is taken to preserve historic sites, address treaty issues and respect the culture. Visitors to New Zealand can observe, learn from and interact with the Māori community throughout the country, although…

  • August 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, Louise Upston. "The new Regional Roadmaps identify and prioritise people and skills issues across the regions. These issues need to be addressed to develop a future workforce that meets the needs of the growing service sector to the benefit of New Zealand."…

  • Free Travel Newsletter : June 2019

    …world. We have no volcanic fog or any volcanic air issues at all in the South. If you visit natural hot springs, such as those in Hanmer Springs, you may notice a sulphur smell, but that would likely be the closest thing to any volcanic air issue you would find. Visit our travel forum for the latest…

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