New Zealand Overview
Approximately 26,000 New Zealand visitors came to the island of Ireland in 2008.
New Zealanders are motivated to take holidays by the attraction of good shopping facilities, the opportunity to rest and relax, the chance to visit cities and to go sightseeing.
The island of Ireland is primarily a holiday destination for New Zealanders. They are generally quite active, enjoy ecotourism and travel independently. Distance and travel times dictate that trips are for significantly long period; average length of stay is 10 nights. New Zealander holidaymakers tend to travel to all areas on the island of Ireland, and our cultural attractions and sightseeing are the main motivation for choosing to holiday here.