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Tourism Radio in your campervan

Using the latest GPS technology, this personal tour guide comes standard with your Bay of Islands Campervans.

What is Tourism Radio?

It’s like travelling around New Zealand with your personal Tour Guide. It will add a new dimension to your New Zealand holiday.
You don’t miss out on anything – playing through your vehicle’s radio our Tour Guide commentators keep you right up to date with where you are, where to go and what to see and do in the surrounding area. All over New Zealand.

Over 2200 points of interest – each day of your holiday will be filled with interesting information. All the Local landmarks, Scenic highlights, Hidden gems, and Attractions are highlighted as you approach them.

Learn all about – the history of each area, the geography, the unique flora and fauna, Maori influence, culture and much more.

Get the local knowledge on the best things to see and do, the best places to stay and the best places to eat, wine and dine.

Easy to use Just use pre-set 1 on your radio or tune in 102.90 that’s all!

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