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  1. Tourism New Zealand’s response plans to help alleviate the impacts of COVID-19 are well underway following the announcement of a $10 million funding boost from the Government.

  2. Tourism New Zealand has brought tourism data and insights about our visitors together like never before to provide a comprehensive overview of high-value visitors from our six key markets.

  3. A National Geographic writer, photographer and illustrator were moved by the “welcoming spirit”’ of New Zealanders during their recent travels, saying they were deeply affected by their experience and the interactions with New Zealanders.

  4. Tourism New Zealand has launched a new approach to educate travel agents on New Zealand and it is proving to be a runaway success.

  5. The Explore New Zealand Discount Programme is designed to support international travel trade and media visiting New Zealand on independent trips.

  6. More than 300 agencies that cater solely for the world’s high net worth individuals have voted New Zealand their “Most Preferred Destination”.

  7. More than a third (38%) of international visitors surveyed after the British and Irish Lions tour say they are extremely likely to return to New Zealand for a holiday within the next five years.

  8. Tourism New Zealand has just released updated research that provides high-level information about New Zealand’s key international visitor markets: Australia, China, United Kingdom, United States, Germany and Japan.

  9. Spring 2017 has been our strongest yet for spring holiday arrivals. New Zealand welcomed a total of 883,397 international visitors from 1 September to 30 November 2017. This includes a 7.1 percent increase in holiday arrivals.

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