fbpx Who is eager and loving a Mystery Break? Air New Zealand sells Mystery Breaks in New Zealand.

Who is eager and loving a Mystery Break? Air New Zealand sells Mystery Breaks in New Zealand.

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2020 is not the best year for travel. COVID-19 pandemic it has closed borders, imposed restrictions, discouraged millions of tourists from traveling. It was even a few weeks when we all stayed in the house, without being able to go for a walk or a hike.

So what to do? We must learn to live with this virus, not to abandon the idea of ​​traveling, but to do it responsibly and to respect all the measures imposed by the authorities.

Mystery Break in New Zealand

Some braver ones even brought to the attention of travel enthusiasts the famous Mystery Break. Air New Zealand has put packages on sale to the 20 domestic destinations in New Zealand, but everything is shrouded in mystery.

Air New Zealand came up with an original idea to try to win back some of the passengers. Currently, the country's borders are closed to foreign tourists, but those living in New Zealand can travel domestically without restrictions.

Mystery Break Great, Deluxe or Luxury

Customers can choose between Great, Deluxe or Luxury packages, but without knowing the destination. You can select the travel date, but the mystery is solved 2 days before the great adventure. The packages include the flight by plane, accommodation at a hotel in the Accor chain (3 * - 5 * depending on the chosen category) + meals according to the offer and transfer from the airport to the hotel and return.

In the Luxury package, accommodation is made at a 5 * hotel + breakfast and dinner. At the same time, those who opt for such a package will have at their disposal a luxury car. Rates start at $ 599 and can go up to $ 1692 per person.

The New Zealand economy has suffered greatly from the lack of tourists. With this offer, Air New Zealand hopes to persuade as many people as possible to visit New Zealand to revitalize the economy and support HoReCa structures.

Would something like this work in Romania as well?

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