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Tour company offers kid club tours

5* Kids Club – Certified Sustainable Luxury Tourism from Navigate Oceania

Auckland, New Zealand (27 May 2010).

Launched this week at TRENZ (Tourism Rendezvous New Zealand), New Zealand’s foremost inbound travel focused trade show is Navigate’s latest offering within their suggested itinerary suggestions. 5* Kids Club.

You’ll never hear: ‘There’s nothing to do’ when you choose these Navigate Oceania lodges and resorts. Up and down the country there are fantastic opportunities for young ones and their folks to experience New Zealand’s unique wilderness and wildlife, its superb beaches and water sports. You might find surfing lessons, ocean kayaking or bubbling mud pools, hot springs and a dinosaur hunt.

There are fabulous cruises on rivers or harbours, sand duning or horse trekking. For quieter days there might be a Galaxy Tour followed by fish and chips on the beach, cooking lessons, astonishing inter-active museums, fishing from a local wharf or strawberry picking. Whether you stay in the city or in the countryside there’s always something to do for the younger ones. Actually, it’s probably what the grown ups wanted to do anyway.

The Navigate Collection of itineraries lists suggested itineraries themed around the most inspired destinations in New Zealand and the Pacific. Navigate Collection itineraries include Food & Wine, Chic, Spa Destinations, Luxury Golf, Eco Wilderness Adventures, Art & Architecture, Family Fun, Best Bed & Breakfast Discoveries, and Trout Fishing Adventures. New for 2010/11 Adventure itinerary, which is not for the faint hearted, and by demand our 5* Kids programme.

Each of these unique experiences offers authentic adventure, challenging sport or matchless escapes in inspired destinations with world-class luxury lodges, resorts, boutique hotels and private islands. This resource is to assist luxury-market travellers to match their interests and passions with superbly planned and themed itineraries.

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