Competition: Agents offered ‘a trip of a lifetime’ for two

Wednesday, Jan 13, 2021 0

Travel agents are being given the chance to win a trip for two to New Zealand, courtesy of the tourist board and the airline.

The prize includes flights and a choice of 10 activities featured in Tourism New Zealand’s ‘Good Morning World’ campaign.

Pip Casey, Tourism New Zealand’s regional manager UK & Europe, said: "The winner will be lucky enough to meet some of the local guides from the Good Morning World videos, while building their dream trip with 10 of the experiences also featured."

To enter the competition, agents need to watch two short videos and answer a few questions. Full details are here.

 

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Editor Linsey McNeill has been writing about travel for more than three decades. Bylines include The Times, Telegraph, Observer, Guardian and Which? plus the South China Morning Post. She also shares insider tips on thetraveljournalist.co.uk


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