i-SITE Tourist Centers Give Visitors Free New Zealand Travel Advice

in New Zealand

Visitors to New Zealand need only remember one name when seeking travel advice: i-SITE.

i-SITE is New Zealand’s official network of tourist information centers.

More than 80 i-SITEs scattered around the North and South Islands are dedicated to providing advice about local attractions, accommodation options, and transport. Best of all, the service is completely free to use.

Unlike many tourist centers in other countries, the staff at i-SITE centers go the extra mile, booking tours, trips, and travel for their guests and sharing a few local secrets. In fact, the centers must achieve a certain level of staff training, services, and other standards before being selected as a prestigious i-SITE.

i-SITES have everything you need to plan your trip, including brochures and maps to browse in store, and maps and guide books to take on your journey. You can also purchase gifts and souvenirs, and stamps and postcards for your friends back home. Most i-SITES also have internet facilities, and many have cafes so you can relax with a coffee while e-mailing loved ones about your adventures.

You can make i-SITE your first New Zealand stop, with centers located at both Auckland and Christchurch airports. While there, visitors can pick up a map showing all New Zealand’s i-SITE locations. Or if you’re super organized, you can print the map from the i-SITE website before you leave.

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