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Real Journeys Wins “People’s Choice”

Real Journeys Wins “People’s Choice” at the 2017 New Zealand Tourism Industry Awards

Real Journeys won the People’s Choice at the Tourism Industry Awards held in Christchurch last night.

This is the one award that gives customers the opportunity to vote for their favourite tourism experience from the 15 eligible Business Awards finalists that included the Haka Tourism Group, Skyline Queenstown and YHA New Zealand.

Real Journeys Chief Executive Richard Lauder says he is delighted the company is so popular.

“A huge thanks to all our customers who took the time to vote for us, we really appreciate your support. We put the word out on social media and the response was overwhelming. A big shout out too - to our staff who work hard every day to make our experiences remarkable,” says Richard

Real Journeys was also a finalist in the TIA Business Excellence and Environmental categories. Last month, Real Journeys was named the Supreme Winner and won the Tomorrow’s Workforce Award at the Diversity Awards NZ.
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About Real Journeys www.realjourneys.co.nz
Real Journeys is a family owned business that was founded in 1954 by tourism and conservation pioneers Les and Olive Hutchins. Today the company remains true to its founders and their guiding principles of conservation and hospitality.

Based in some of the most untouched areas of New Zealand, Real Journeys offers remarkable tourism experiences from Stewart Island to Christchurch. They include the Te Anau Glowworm Caves, world renowned cruises through Milford and Doubtful Sounds, the heritage steamship TSS Earnslaw and Walter Peak High Country Farm near Queenstown, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Go Orange and the International Antarctic Centre.

To view promotional video about Real Journeys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH-5D7A89YE

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