Mystery destination: Air New Zealand is offering ‘mystery breaks’ to attract tourists

Mystery destination: Air New Zealand is offering 'mystery breaks' to attract tourists

In a bid to attract travellers, Air New Zealand has come up with a mysterious plan! Since domestic tourism has already started in the country and travellers are now allowed to travel domestically, the airline has launched a Mystery Breaks package, wherein passengers wouldn’t know where they’re going until two days before departure!

The exciting package is offering everything, including a round-trip domestic flight to some breathtaking destinations in New Zealand. Travellers can be flying to Auckland, Queenstown, Invercargill, Wellington, Hamilton, Gisborne, Christchurch, New Plymouth, North Island, Dunedin and Timaru, but they would know their destination only two days before. The airline is also offering a stay in an Accor hotel in the package.

How does it work?

Travellers will be given three options to choose from:

1) Great Mystery Break: The package is priced at $599 (INR 44182) per person for two nights. It is inclusive of a three to four star hotel stay, breakfast, and return hotel transfers.

2) Deluxe Mystery Break: This package is priced at $699 (INR 51558) per person for two nights. It includes a 4 to 4.5 star hotel, breakfast, and an Avis rental car.

3) Luxury Mystery Break: Starting at $1629 (INR 1,20,144) per person for two nights with a five-star hotel stay, breakfast and dinner, and a luxury Avis rental car.

With this interesting package, the airline is hoping to lure travellers and encourage them to explore the country again. The package is extremely flexible and allows people to travel through the end of March 2021. Not only this, the airline is also providing vacation vouchers that can be bought as a gift.

The island nation’s economy has suffered massively due to a lack of travellers as tourism is the biggest industry here.

Till now, the nation has recorded 1887 COVID-19 positive cases and 25 deaths.

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