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Changes to celebrate 25 years

On April 1, 2021, Grand Pacific Tours will celebrate 25 years of touring New Zealand.

During this 25 years, Grand Pacific Tours have offered a highly professional and personalised service to thousands of travellers every year, full of authentic, innovative, and educational experiences.

They have just released their new departure dates for the September 2021 – May 2022 touring season. This season is shaping up to be their biggest season yet, with travellers having more choice than ever before including three ways to travel, four styles of touring, 20 itineraries and more than 250 departures.

“The travel industry worldwide has been dramatically affected by the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19,” says managing director Peter Harding.

“The team at GPT have used this time to develop an enhanced product range providing an exciting range of itineraries coupled with three styles of touring coach. Our position as the market leader for New Zealand Coach Holidays has never been clearer and we look forward to welcoming all travellers to New Zealand and provide the holiday of a lifetime.”

GPT is launching the new 2021/2022 touring season offering three ways to travel, utilising full size coaches with capacities of 20, 32 and 48 seats.

New this season is signature mid-size group touring. Experience the beauty of New Zealand in the premium economy comfort of a full-size vehicle with a mid-size group of up to 32 travellers. The signature coaches are beautifully crafted offering a stylish array of onboard features.

Let your interests take you on a journey; whether you are travelling solo, enjoy the thrill of aviation, a keen gardener, looking for a festive getaway, want a tour that complements an existing passion or inspire a new one, Grand Pacific Tours has something for everyone.

Grand Pacific Tours coach holidays guarantees travellers peace of mind, shared knowledge, unique access and the camaraderie of like-minded travellers who are keen to learn and explore the wonder that is New Zealand.

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