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How do we include sustainability throughout the Haka Tourism Group?

Being the largest New Zealand owned tourism company, a grassroots company with strong cultural ties to our roots, we are constantly building on our approach to sustainability. Here is a little on eco-tourism and how we incorporate this within our brand.

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12 green travel tips for your trip to New Zealand

Are you looking to have minimal impact on the environment? Here are 12 green travel tips to follow during your trip to New Zealand.

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25 things to do around North Auckland

Auckland the City of Sails – here are twenty five things to do and see!

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New Zealand snow festivals 2018

Who’s excited for the snow season!? Here are some New Zealand festivals that welcome in Winter.

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10 Native birds of New Zealand that rule the roost

Considering people from New Zealand are often referred to as “Kiwi’s” (I’m not sure if this has stemmed from the fruit or the bird) – and due to the fact that Hakatours uses a Kiwi bird as it’s brand symbol, it seems natural that we do a bird blog. Here are 10 birds that you should be flying to see!  

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Verve’s Carpe Diem (and how you can help)

To raise money for Lymphoma Cancer Research, on the 24th of April we’re taking Verve (and his daughter Bella) on the biggest Queenstown adventure you could possibly fit into one day – Verve’s Carpe Diem.
He’ll be skydiving, canyon swinging, bungy jumping, gondola riding, luge steering – you name it. And we’ll do our best to share the action as it happens.

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Lest we forget – Anzac Day 2018

Anzac Day – this year, 2018, marks the final year of WW100 commemorations – with four long years of conflict claiming the lives of millions of soldiers and civilians, coming to an end in 1918. Here is a background on Anzac Day, its significance to New Zealand and events near you.

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Why is culture important to the Haka Tourism Group?

‘Whanau’ is the Māori word for family, but it also extends to your local community. Whanau is integral to the Haka Tourism brand – the Haka family trust one another, treat each other well, and put equality and honesty at the heart of everything they do.

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How to Correctly Pronounce the Places You’ll Be Visiting in NZ

How NOT to look like a fool when discussing your New Zealand itinerary!

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What It Takes to Be a Haka Tour Manager

Do you have the right ingredients to have one of the best jobs in the world?

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