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And I look forward to you joining us this coming season, in the Forgotten World. 

Kia kaha,

Ian Balme

Giveaway Alert: TWO FREE TRIPS On The Rhine Of The Pacific

Luxury Time Travel Poster for Forgotten World Adventures

We know how tough it is to be stuck within the four walls of your home during Alert Levels 3 & 4. Passing away the time in lockdown is like watching paint dry (maybe even literally, if you’ve taken on some DIY projects). But it’s actually the perfect moment to start dreaming about your summer holiday. So, to help make that dream a reality, we’re giving away TWO Rhine of the Pacific trips! 

Here’s what you have to do:  

  • Follow us on either Facebook OR Instagram. 
  • Like our Rhine of the Pacific Giveaway post. 
  • In the comments, tag a friend who could do with some luxury time travel this year.  
  • If you purchase your Rhine tickets you are automatically in the draw to receive your money back for two tickets.

Good luck!  

But if you don’t win, don’t worry; we’re extending our ZERO DEPOSIT promotion through to October! That’s risk-free booking! Click below to enquire, or give us a call on 0800 7245 2278.  

We can’t wait to see you on this next Forgotten World adventure. 

Spotlight on Blue Duck Station!

Blue Duck Station sign with a truck next to it.

Blue Duck Station. Credit: https://blueduckstation.co.nz/

As part of your Rhine of the Pacific adventure along the Whanganui River this season, you can choose to stay with the team at Blue Duck Station. 

Blue Duck Station offers unique accommodation, set in stunning and historical scenery on the banks of the River. You’ll be immersed in the beautiful, natural surrounds and see their conservation efforts of the endangered Whio duck firsthand – trapping predators and aiding in the regeneration of native bush.

Owned by husband and wife duo, Dan and Sandy, Blue Duck Station offers a friendly stay and outdoor activities like kayaking, horse trekking, and clay bird shooting. You can also check out their honey production, thanks to the returning manuka bush on their retired farmland. 

Take a look at everything going on at Blue Duck Station on their website