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Sustainable Swaps Your Suitcase (and the Planet) Will Love When You Next Travelopens in new window
With travel restrictions lifting, people are eager to get back out and experience the world again – but with exploring comes the inevitable impact on the environment. Keen to pack more mindfully for your next adventure and embrace sustainable travel? Read on!
13
May
2022
capsulenz.com
The Best Hotels In Christchurch You Need To Check Into In 2022opens in new window
As the gateway to the South Island, Ōtautahi Christchurch attracts visitors of all types and it's not hard to see why. The hospitality scene here is one to watch—already impressive, it's only getting better with new opens galore. Alongside amazing food and drink, the Garden City is blessed with some of the country’s best hotels, and we've put together a list of our faves so you can have an A+ Christchurch getaway whether you're travelling in luxury or you're on a budget.
10
May
2022
www.theurbanlist.com
Sustainable travel provides opportunities for industry – reportopens in new window
Increasing consumer hunger for sustainability is providing new opportunities for New Zealand’s travel industry to revitalise how it serves the market, says new research from Booking.com.
26
Apr
2022
www.tourismticker.com
Travel to help make NZ a better place: Six of our best regenerative tourism experiences opens in new window
It seems Kiwis really do care about looking after the environment and local communities on their travels. Booking.com’s latest sustainable travel survey found that almost two thirds (63%) of Kiwis want to travel more sustainably over the next 12 months, with 59% saying they want to leave the places they visit better than when they arrived.
22
Apr
2022
www.stuff.co.nz
Earth Day: What you can do to help the environmentopens in new window
Friday is Earth Day, a global movement aimed at raising awareness of the ways we can look after our planet. The theme for the 52nd Earth Day is ‘Invest In Our Planet’. With the threat of climate change and its devastating consequences becoming more and more prominent, Kiwis are looking to change their behaviour for the better.
22
Apr
2022
www.stuff.co.nz