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Visiting Tauranga ? Bookings Made Easy

26/11/2008

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Visiting Tauranga ? Bookings Made Easy

Heading for Tauranga, Mount Maunganui or other parts of the Western Bay of Plenty this summer?

If you haven’t booked your accommodation, try an independent Tauranga website that offers an easy but comprehensive booking system.

The site www.bestoftauranga.com (BoTCom) – an ‘insider’s guide’ to the Western Bay - has made significant improvements to its real-time, online system for booking accommodation. “We have added lots of accommodation providers to our pages, and improved the tools - to make life easier for Kiwis (and overseas tourists) coming here,” says Editor Grant Dyson.

Simply click on ‘Accommodation’ in the navigation menu and you’ll bring up a handy search facility, he says. Then it’s simply a matter of entering the area, and the type of accommodation you want - from a backpackers or holiday park, to a five-star hotel or apartment. You can also enter dates, and how much you want to spend.

Visitors can in fact, book their entire trip through the country – using our booking system. If you’re travelling onwards to the Coromandel and Auckland, or even heading down south, you can still use our system - that’s provided in conjunction with our partner, a leading online tourism company.

This partnership means you can access through www.bestoftauranga.com around 2,500 accommodation providers around the country.

BoTCom is an independent, comprehensive website, with daily Bay of Plenty news, plus information on where to stay and eat, things to do, and much more. It has the ‘inside story’ on all sorts of new enterprises and projects.

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