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NZ Tourism Statistics Infographic

NZ Tourism Statistics Infographic by GO Rentals Reveals Interesting Facts about Visitors to NZ

New Zealand has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations for visitors from all around the world, and here at GO Rentals we love meeting and looking after all sorts of different people from across the globe as they set out to explore this beautiful country we are lucky enough to call home.

We decided it would be interesting to find out a bit more about our New Zealand visitors, so we put together this infographic to tell us more about where our visitors come from, why they come to New Zealand, where they go, what they do, and how they get around while they are here.

Key Observations:

• 44% of Visitors came from Australia

• 47% of Visitors came for Holidays

• Auckland has been most popular place to stay for the Visitors

• Germans spent more days in NZ than visitors from any other country

• Koreans spent more money than any other nationalities

Follow the link below to view this interesting Infographic about New Zealand Tourism:

http://www.gorentals.co.nz/New-Zealand-Travel-Statistics.aspx

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