The most popular travel destinations in New Zealand are being boosted by the arrival of mobile phone cameras, which allow travelers to see things they couldn’t before.
New Zealand Tourism Board president Greg Faucher told the Radio New Zealand Breakfast that the introduction of a mobile camera on board is “the first step towards the next generation of tourism” which is “about connecting people to our shared cultural heritage and history”.
The mobile camera was introduced to New Zealand last year, and has since become a staple of tourism operators in the country.
Tourism operators have been testing mobile camera technology for a number of years, and have found that many travellers enjoy using the technology to get a closer look at the scenery.
“When people use mobile cameras, they’re often just using it to take pictures of things,” Fauber said.
But when it comes to the actual destination, there is one thing that’s missing.
Fauber added that the new mobile cameras have been “a huge hit for us”.
“It’s been really great for the tourists.
I think they’ve been really happy that they can get their hands on a piece of our heritage and to be able to go there and enjoy the sights and to see our culture.
As we get more mobile cameras on board we’re going to see more people come here, which is great,” he said.
New Zealand tourism board chief Greg Faucett (pictured) has been promoting mobile cameras for several years, but has been impressed with the reception the technology has received.
The first mobile camera to be installed on board a cruise ship was launched in October, and was rolled out to all vessels this year.
It was installed in the New Zealand-China joint venture of China Maritime and China Cruise Lines.
The first camera to operate on board an Australian vessel was installed last year.
Australia’s tourism board is also looking to expand the mobile camera fleet in New York and New Zealand.
A spokesperson for the Tourism Board of New Zealand said that the country had “very little competition” for the technology and that the arrival “of mobile cameras will open up new opportunities for New Zealand visitors”.
This is in line with other countries such as South Korea, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and France.
New Zeland Tourism Board head of marketing, Robyn Waugh, said the introduction was a welcome change.
“We think it’s great that the New Zeland tourism board and the tourism industry is trying to be innovative and to bring the best out of mobile phones.”
People are going to be using it, and hopefully that will give people a better experience on board the vessel.