The company has also launched a six-day Dubai package, which includes a combination of transfers, sightseeing and time to visit the expo. It starts from $1320pp, share twin in a superior first class hotel. NZ Commissioner General to Dubai, Clayton Kimpton visited New Zealand recently, providing an update on the opportunities surrounding the launch of Expo 2020 in October. He says New Zealand has committed to a significant presence with its own pavilion and a programme of events across six months which will focus on New Zealand as a trusted trade and investment partner.
An added initiative is the appointment of Parris Goebel as creative director, who brings global experience to the NZ Expo’s diverse entertainment programme. Innovative Travel managing director, Robyn Galloway says the opportunities for tourism are huge, with 192 participating nations and more than 25 million visitors expected at the expo when it is held between 20 October 2020 and 10 April 2021. CLICK HERE for details.