Christchurch is set to welcome business events professionals from across New Zealand and Australia to sell-out industry exhibition, MEETINGS 2022.
New Zealand’s borders are beginning to reopen in May 2022, making it the perfect time to take in the splendour of its cities, lakes and mountains. From the wineries of Queenstown to the natural springs of Lake Taupo, here are five places to visit in the lush island country this year.
The Great Walks are New Zealand’s most popular multi-day hikes, providing unparalleled access to some of the country’s most incredible natural landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage. The 2022-23 booking season marks 30 years of the Great Walks, and they’ve become a popular drawcard for both domestic and international visitors.
New Zealand has welcomed its first international tourists since March 2020 as part of the government’s phased reopening. Visitors from 60 visa-waiver nations, including the US and UK, can now enter for the first time since the closure of borders and the ensuing implementation of some of the world’s toughest contra pandemic measures.
The government of New Zealand has announced borders will reopen to vaccinated travellers from May 1st. Arrivals from visa waiver countries will no longer need to isolate on arrival.
The new website provides a comprehensive one-stop-shop for online training and inspirational content, as well as all sales tools and resources.
P&O Cruises Australia has announced the cancellation of its 2022 Auckland cruise season. The move comes in “the absence of an agreed restart plan for cruising in New Zealand,” the line said in a statement.
Officials in New Zealand have confirmed the country will begin to reopen its borders in the coming weeks. However, the process is not expected to be completed until October at the earliest.
It will be the first time the country has been open to travellers since prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, announced a snap closure in the first month of the pandemic last year.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has continued to expand its portfolio in Australasia, with the opening of Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street in New Zealand.
The hotel is set to become a destination of choice for business travellers and leisure guests looking for comfortable and convenient accommodation.
The Trans-Tasman bubble, linking Australia and New Zealand, has officially opened. The first flights landed in New Zealand earlier this morning.