Queenstown’s Ziptrek Ecotours was stoked to be celebrating Christmas early with the announcement it’s the first Queenstown company to achieve Zero Carbon Business for 2019.
Driftwood Eco-Tours proves to be eco by nature with multiple sustainability initiatives keeping the company true to its name.
Queenstown’s first dinner cruise is starting this summer thanks to a partnership between tourism operator Southern Discoveries and one of the town’s top restaurateurs.
Novotel Christchurch Airport welcomed its first guests with a special charity night at the $80-million hotel.
Waiheke adventure tourism operator EcoZip Adventures is dedicated to rebalancing the ecology of their forest site and is successfully encouraging visitors and corporate clients to get on board.
Glowing Adventures offers an authentic caving experience in one of only two cave systems classified as ‘of international significance’ by the Department of Conservation.
YHA New Zealand has reconfirmed its carboNZero certification by celebrating a 21% reduction in carbon emissions since 2016.
We took a peek into Mt Hutt ski resort's sustainability initiatives for 2019.
Cosy Corner Holiday Park in Mount Maunganui are doing their bit to reduce plastic waste and have been rewarded for their efforts.
Discover Waitomo commits to going completely plastic-free by 2021.
Camp Glenorchy is innovating in every possible area, taking home the TIA Sustainability Innovation Award 2019.
Premium tourism company, Southern Discoveries, celebrates fourth year sponsoring Tawaki Project.
VisitorPoint is right on the money with its commitment to paying all staff the Living Wage.
More than 100,000 single-use cups have been prevented from going into landfills as a result of the CupCycling™ scheme which supports cafes to offer reusable takeaway cups.
Staff from The George hotel in Christchurch are cleaning and enhancing their stretch of the Avon River.