Talofa, travel fans!
If you receive the monthly Travelbug newsletter, you’ll know that we hold monthly contests where you have the chance to win some pretty awesome prizes!
In the last newsletter we asked the following question about Copthorne Hotel and Resort Bay of Islands:
“This resort complex shares a sub-tropical parkland with one of NZ’s greatest single visitor attractions, the _________”.
Thanks to those keen travellers who took the time to fill out our recent Travelbug survey. We’re still collating some of the data, but uncovered a few interesting morsels that we think are worth sharing!
First, however – a big congratulations must go to Diana from Ashburton, who takes home a brand-new iPad 2. We hope you enjoy your prize! Now, onto some results:
1. 82% of you intend to travel within NZ soon
We’d love to know where you’re off to, so post something on our Facebook page or leave a comment below, and tell us where you’re spending your holidays this year.
At Travelbug we are all about offering you the widest range of accommodation options with the most Reviews in New Zealand. But what we also love doing at Travelbug is giving you advice about all the hidden gems this country has is in its venerable coffer.
So in this post, I’m going to share with you a place I should’ve visited years ago. It’s only taken me 37 years to get myself sorted out and finally slot into my tramping boots, so surely it’s worth writing about. Read more…
We’ve got a Travelbug survey up and running to help us learn a little more about the travel habits of Kiwis. We’d also like to hear your thoughts on how we are doing and find out what we can do better.
But we wouldn’t ask you to do it just out of the kindness of your hearts, so all those who complete it – and it should only take you about 5 or 6 minutes – will go in the draw to win a shiny new iPad2.
We’ll publish the results of
the survey here on our blog, and we’ll use your feedback to help us decide what changes we make to the site. So not only could you win an iPad2, you could help make the world a better place for Kiwis to book accommodation online.