A new investigation to uncover anything unusual lurking in Loch Ness has begun.
This season is anticipated to be a rewarding season for New Zealand winter sports. Specifically, snowfall in February and April suggest favourable conditions for when the nation's alpine resorts begin to open from early June.
New Zealand’s Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) has launched an innovative destination management plan.
IHG expects to open its first Australian dual-branded hotel by 2022, following the signing of Hotel Indigo Melbourne Little Collins and Holiday Inn Melbourne Bourke Street Mall.
Big Bird, the giant yellow canary from Sesame Street, a favourite of generations of youthful television viewers, made an unannounced appearance at Wellington’s Zealandia Eco-sanctuary, an inner city paradise and safe haven for a thriving urban population of rare birds.
For making it seamless and simpler for Indian leisure travellers to visit New Zealand, New Zealand Tourism (NZT) and Immigration New Zealand (INZ) have inducted Cox & Kings into its Tourism Industry Partnership Programme (TIP).
The latest Kiwi Link Korea and Japan trade events have helped Kiwi operators connect with buyers to promote their products and the broader New Zealand experience.
On April 14, a world first sensory experience is scheduled to officially open at The Great War Exhibition, located at Dominion Museum, Wellington, New Zealand.
The Aussie Specialist Program has been reintroduced to New Zealand providing a dedicated free online training resource for frontline travel sellers.
Aiming to increase travel between Australia, New Zealand and the US, Brand USA, the organisation dedicated to marketing the US tourism industry, is organising several interactive activities to enhance the local knowledge of tour agents.