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Date 3 September 2014
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    • 2011 Pacific Asia Travel Association Gold Award in Environment & Eco-Tourism Category
    • 2010 World Travel & Tourism Council, Tourism for Tomorrow Community Benefit Award
    • 2010 Champion Canterbury Award - Champion Host Med/Large Enterprise
    • 2010 Champion Canterbury Awards - Supreme Winner Med/Large Enterprise
    • 2009 Best In a Marine Environment - Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards
    • 2009 Supreme Winner - Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards
    • 2003 Champion Canterbury Awards - Champion Host Med/Large Enterprise
    • 2003 Australian Effects and Animation Festival Awards - Education & Training
    • 2001 Tourism Industry Association - New Zealand Tourism Operator of the Decade
    • 2000 Pacific Asia Travel Association Gold Award in Culture & Heritage Category

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Drizzly start sunny finish in Kaikoura

Friday 29th August 2014


We started the day off with quite a bit of drizzle but as the day progressed the sun came out which was welcomed. We had perfect sea conditions out there today with two sperm whales feeding around 6 miles offshore, there was also plenty of marine birds and NZ fur seals being sighted on our tours. Have a great weekend all (today's picture was taken on an AirNZ flight yesterday as I flew over the Kaikoura Ranges)

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