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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.
We took a peek into Mt Hutt ski resort's sustainability initiatives for 2019.
Camp Glenorchy is innovating in every possible area, taking home the TIA Sustainability Innovation Award 2019.
Staff from The George hotel in Christchurch are cleaning and enhancing their stretch of the Avon River.
Events can create a lot of waste but this year, New Zealand's biggest tourism and travel showcase was the most sustainable it's ever been.
Taupo DeBretts Spa Resort has taken initiative in creating a pest free environment, with the goal of creating a safe haven for native flora and fauna to thrive.
Sherwood Queenstown has been ranked amongst the top 10 eco-friendly holiday destinations by Expedia - the only hotel in the Pacific region to make the list, ranked among large international locations in France, Canada, and Thailand.
Fullers360, Auckland's leading ferry operator, has launched a commercial composting programme across all its fleet of vessels and is educating staff and customers on what goes in each bin.
Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa has taken a unique approach to the construction of five new thermal pools to protect their much-loved Redwood trees, at an additional cost of more than $50,000.
Destination Great Lake Taupō’s new international human-interest campaign ‘Aroha’ showcases real people and their stories with a goal of attracting new visitor markets to the region. Artists, community leaders and creatives come together to share their personal journeys, genuine aroha (love) and passion for Taupō.
Wilderness venture Timber Trail Lodge prides itself on its environmental and community-minded approach to business.
SKYCITY Auckland has successfully tackled a huge food waste problem, diverting nearly 500 tonnes – the equivalent weight of 142 buses - from landfill to become compost for kiwifruit orchards and landscaping companies.
Rafting New Zealand has entered into a joint venture with Lake Rotoaira Forest Trust of Ngāti Tūwharetoa which it says will allow it to more than double in size, give visitors the best and most authentic experience possible, and make a positive difference to the local environment and community.
Car and campervan hire company JUCY Rentals has made a commitment to providing a phenomenal visitor experience through the power of customer feedback.