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To accommodate smaller groups amping up their luxury meetings, New Zealand’s South Island debuted these four new properties and villas in 2017.
This is the norm for New Zealand business events: a sense of place and authenticity that “entices people to do things beyond the conferences they are here for,” explains Tourism New Zealand’s Director of Trade and Major Events, Rene de Monchy.
Wine tasting on Waiheke Island matched by a visit to the popular Hobbiton village movie set impressed 28 incentive travel experts during a three-day meeting this past January.
Lord of the Rings fans will appreciate the chance to live their fantasy at the Hobbiton Movie Set in New Zealand.
The favorable exchange rate means you’ll get luxury for less, so it’s easier to make the most of everything, even if you’re on a budget.
Unique culinary experiences in Te Whakarewarewa, a geothermal valley supporting a premiere Maori cultural center in New Zealand, date back over 700 years.
With its breathtaking scenery and unique Maori culture, New Zealand is on the bucket list of most international travelers and conference delegates.
New developments in New Zealand are providing the elements for a blockbuster experience in magical Middle Earth.
The Wharekauhau Lodge sits on a 5,000-acre working farm in the tucked-away rural region of Wairarapa, which translates to “land of glistening waters” in the native Maori tongue.
Located in the wine region of Hawke’s Bay on the North Island, The Farm at Cape Kidnappers sits 1,000 ft. above the Pacific and is set majestically on a 6,000-acre working sheep and cattle farm.
The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs is a quiet, tucked-away retreat overlooking Matauri Bay on New Zealand's North Island sitting on a 6,500-acre working farm with cows and sheep dotting the property.
“When you drink a Valli Wine, you are enjoying more than just a wine, you are experiencing a place.”
For the ultimate group incentive program, book the Sofitel Queenstown in the South Island and Hilton Auckland in the North, where groups can rest after the Air New Zealand flight.
New Zealand is possibly the only country where you’ll find a man who owns a bungy jump and winery.
Standing on the city docks in Auckland, I’m here with four U.S. and Canada meeting planners preparing to transfer to Waiheke Island, locally referred to...
Within 30 hours of arriving in New Zealand, I’ve crossed the Hauraki Gulf off Auckland twice: once in a sleek America’s Cup sailboat; the...