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Message from Tourism NZ
Organic Explorer has carved out a name for itself as a comprehensive resource for travellers seeking eco-friendly experiences in New Zealand. Through its website and travel guides, it has provided travellers with an abundance of information about everything from organic cafe's and eco-lodges to nature tourism and Maori cultural experiences.
But Organic Explorer’s efforts have gone further than just informing travellers about the variety of eco-friendly experiences available in New Zealand. It has also helped raise international awareness of New Zealand as a visitor destination.
Eco-tourism experiences feature on many international visitors’ holiday plans and that will only increase Organic Explorer’s relevance to visitors and local eco-tourism businesses.
Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive
What People Say
"Just letting you know that we now have our own website soulfoodwanaka.co.nz and to also say that I really value being part of your website, it definitely has increased our profile...thank you." Paul
"I have been using OE every single time, when travelling throughout New Zealand. OE fills a niche in the tourism market and does it perfectly by offering high quality and healthy alternatives to organic-minded persons. Thank you very much for your commitment and great work. I hope to see more of OEs in other countries in the future!" Thierry Boyer
“One of the best investments of the year! It is such a pleasure to get away from the Mrs. Mac’s and Burger Kings and experience the best of NZ.” Steven Bennett - Peace Pillows NZ
“CONGRATULATIONS on the beautiful book. May it go forth into the world to help transform many people’s lives.” Leslie Kenton - Author “Raw Energy”
“I have just received a copy of the new book. It is truly spectacular.” Anne Maloney - Waimarama Maori Tourism
sits on a Series of Dormant or Extinct Volcanic Cones and is New Zealand's largest Metropolitan Centre and the hub of New Zealand’s manufacturing industries and commerce.The Waitemata Harbour is the most prominent for most Aucklanders, and stretches out to the visible Gulf Islands, Waiheke, Rangitoto, (a dormant volcanic cone well worth a visit), Mototapu, Kawau and Great Barrier.