New Zealand Tourism Sustainability Commitment news, including media releases, and articles about tourism businesses putting the Commitments into action.
Coronet Peak’s pine eradication program is helping locals during Christmas.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has today launched the New Zealand Tourism Sustainability Commitment, establishing eight Goals for the tourism industry to attain by 2025. Individual businesses are being invited to adopt 14 Commitments designed to support the industry to reach the Goals. A new website www.sustainabletourism.nz has also been launched today.
Air New Zealand has been crowned 2018 Airline of the Year by leading international aviation website AirlineRatings.com.
Skyline Queenstown is hosting two community events in November to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Ten years ago Ryan Sanders was motivated to start a tourism business to escape a dull corporate job. The business hasn't looked back, and is on track to turn over $17 million in the next 12 months.
Providing authentic, remarkable tourism experiences in some of the country’s most difficult to access areas, Real Journeys has been enjoying strong growth over the past few years.This has inspired the family-owned business to increase its conservation work and focus efforts on ensuring the community benefits from the upturn in tourism.
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds has transformed the visitor experience over the past couple of years which has boosted both revenue and visitor satisfaction.
Sudima Hotels & Resorts sets the bar high when it comes to protecting the environment because it’s good for business and good for New Zealand.
Sudima Christchurch Hotel has become the second carboNZero certified hotel in the country, following in the footsteps of Sudima Auckland Airport which achieved the milestone in 2013.