Tourism Holdings Limited (thl) is New Zealand's premier tourism company. We are listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange under the ticker code thl and are the largest provider of holiday vehicles for rent and sale in Australia and New Zealand under the Maui, Britz, Mighty, KEA Australia and Motek Vehicle Sales brands. In the USA we own and operate the Road Bear RV Rentals and Sales brand. Within New Zealand we operate Kiwi Experience and the Discover Waitomo Group which includes Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Ruakuri Cave, Aranui Cave and The Legendary Black Water Rafting Co. In 2012 thl entered in a joint venture to form RV Manufacturing Group LP, New Zealand's largest motorhome and specialist vehicle manufacturer. RVMG LP has operations both in Auckland and Hamilton.
thl is an active participant in the Better By Design programme, a specialist group within New Zealand Trade & Enterprise. Design unlocks better thinking, better approaches and a better customer connection. The relationship with Better By Design and design philosophies are actively integrated throughout the thl business – from core product through to total customer experience, directed at thl's core purpose of creating unforgettable holidays by providing unique, wonderful experiences that make vacations truly memorable.
thl has product locations throughout New Zealand, Australia and the USA. Read more about these in the thl Businesses section of this website.
Zealand were dedicated to giving visitors the region the time of their lives. The same objective exists to this day as we focus our activities on creating unforgettable holidays. Throughout its history the company has developed and expanded on the back of a range of iconic tourism brands. The company name in itself has been that of a parent company but the true heroes of the business have been its individual experiences and the brands attached to those experiences. Over time some of those brands have developed, grown or in some cases sold or phased out. In its early days, The Helicopter Line specialised in chartered scenic flights with a fleet of 42 helicopters and also held a 54% interest in the Treble Cone ski fields near Wanaka. It listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange in 1986 (THL). ... Read more