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All the essential information about the tourism distribution chain between China and New Zealand is here. Find out what the China Market Development Unit’s focus is, get up to speed with the China Tourism Law, which came into effect from 1 October 2013, and learn all about the Approved Destination Status (ADS), including who the current ADS approved inbound tour operators in New Zealand are and how you can apply. Information here also includes everything you need to know about the Premier Kiwi Partnership (PKP) programme and the student recruitment and education business development work going on at Education New Zealand (ENZ).

 

Establishing a quality end-to-end travel experience is the core focus for the China Market Development Unit.

Tourism New Zealand

Approved Destination Status (ADS) is an arrangement between the Chinese Government and another country, that lets Chinese holiday travellers visit a country in a tour group.

Tourism New Zealand

The Approved Destination Status (ADS) Code of Conduct sets out procedures and standards that inbound tour operators and tour guides need to comply with to make sure that Chinese visitors have a quality experience in New Zealand.

Tourism New Zealand

Find out who are the current Approved Destination Status (ADS) approved inbound tour operators in New Zealand and their contact details.

Tourism New Zealand

The Approved Destination Status (ADS) Code of Conduct requires that tour guides accompanying ADS groups be accredited under the ADS system.

Tourism New Zealand

Information and application forms about applying for Approved Destination Status (ADS) as either an inbound tour operator or a tour guide.

Tourism New Zealand

Tourism New Zealand launched its Premier Kiwi Partnership (PKP) programme in 2013.

Tourism New Zealand

Find out who our current Premier Kiwi Partnership (PKP) programme partners are in New Zealand and China.

Tourism New Zealand

Tourism New Zealand is seeking to partner ADS approved inbound tour operators (ITOs) in New Zealand and travel sellers in China to develop and promote new, high quality Chinese tour itineraries for travel to New Zealand.

Tourism New Zealand

From 1 October 2013 a new law took effect in China that governs outbound travel.

China National Tourism Administration

Education New Zealand is involved in student recruitment and education business development in China.

Education New Zealand