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NZ's Most Authentic Luxury Experience

22 November 2007

Launch Of New Zealand’s Most Authentic Luxury Experience

Green Realm Travel Creates A New Echelon In Coach Tours

New Zealand’s newest and most luxurious small group package tour company, Green Realm Travel, say that with the launch of their lavish coaches today New Zealand is finally providing a luxury travel offer capable of attracting high wealth travellers.

Green Realm Travel Managing Director, Tim Cantlon, believes the company is perfectly positioned to boost the number of high wealth, experiencial travellers coming to New Zealand.

New Zealand’s Minister of Tourism, Damien O’Connor


“Despite the unique scenic and cultural advantages New Zealand holds over other destinations, we have not previously offered a tour product aimed at the very high end luxury traveller, who expects perfection and indulgence every step of their journey. This is the niche market Green Realm intends to develop.”
Ensuring that the high expectations of discerning travellers are fully catered to has seen an investment of over a million dollars in their first two luxury coaches, unveiled at today’s launch, which was attended by New Zealand’s Minister of Tourism, Damien O’Connor.

The custom built luxury coaches are made in New Zealand by Tauranga company Kiwi Bus Builders Ltd, and bring a new level of comfort to the New Zealand tour market, with specially imported European designed first class reclining leather lounge seats. The superior seats, one on either side of the aisle, offer passengers absolute comfort, relaxation and uninterrupted viewing.

While traveling in style through New Zealand’s incredible landscape, travellers will also enjoy state of the art surround sound systems, a 27 inch flat screen TV screening information on each region, fresh chilled water, spacious onboard bathrooms, and wireless internet access to accommodate emailing and photo sharing during their travels.

Green Realm Travel’s ecological focus has ensured the coaches, fitted with the MAN A67 Euro 4 coach chassis’s, conform to the highest environmental standards; with reduced fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, low noise performance and recycling bins on board, passengers can travel with a clear conscience.

“Green Realm Travel is showing great leadership in ensuring sustainability of the tourism sector by providing a premium experience for New Zealand’s high-yield visitors whilst minimizing their environmental footprint” said the Minister of Tourism, Damien O’Connor, at today’s launch.

Green Realm Travel’s exceptional Driver Guides are dedicated to taking the finest care of their passengers, while providing entertaining and informative explanations of the historical, geographical and cultural points of interest throughout the tour. Their friendliness, experience and pride in being ambassadors for New Zealand ensures every Green Realm tour is a success.

Green Realm Travellers will experience a richly interactive journey that takes in the natural wonder of New Zealand’s most breathtaking scenery, finest lodges, hotels and most exceptional culinary fare.

By selecting to work exclusively with New Zealand’s most professional and reputable activity and hospitality providers, Green Realm Travel have guaranteed that their clients will receive only the highest quality throughout their stay.

Each of the three experiencial Green Realm Travel itineraries showcases the best of New Zealand’s dramatic landscapes and offers a diverse range of interactive group activities, while incorporating the flexibility to accommodate independent options.

The Green Realm Travel itineraries include:

- The North Island Tour – ‘Birthplace of the Nation’ - 11 days 10 nights.
Price: NZ$9,788 (twin share - per person), NZ$12,515.00 (single)

- The South Island Tour – ‘Adrenaline Sparks and Spiritual Solace’ – 11 days 10 nights.
Price: NZ$9,788 (twin share - per person) NZ$12,515.00 (single)

- The National Tour – ‘The Total Experience’ – 18 days 17 nights.
Price: NZ$17,135 (twin share – per person) NZ$21,894.00 (single)
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