It’s not just the beautiful scenery that makes the Great Barrier Island worth visiting, but also the way the reef works.
With a vast expanse of coral at its heart, the island has been the subject of several tourist attractions over the years.
But in 2017, it was decided to bring some of these attractions back to the Great White Way.
This meant that the popular and highly rated tour boats that had long been part of New Zealand tourism would be able to return to their traditional locations on the Great Wall.
The new Yacht Tours Cancun (also known as Yacht tours yāpō, Yacht Tour yāparan) had been planning to return for several years to return the boats to their original locations, but the plan had been delayed.
“Yacht tours have always been popular on Great Barrier islands,” the company’s website says.
“And while some of the boats are in relatively good condition, there’s a lot of wear and tear.”
In the case of Cancuni, it will be bringing back six boats including a small wooden sailing boat and a three-metre boat.
“We will also be bringing in a replica of the famous Great Barrier reef, the Coral Sea,” it adds.
“This will also make the experience much more authentic.”
The boats are expected to be back in their original location by the end of March 2018.
The plan was met with mixed reactions from tourists on the island.
One tour operator, who asked not to be named, said the boats were being brought back “in bad condition”.
“They’re being returned to their old location, with some old rust and corrosion and all that,” he said.
“It’s a shame.
They should be back here.”
Tourism Minister Gareth Hughes said the decision to bring back the boats was a good one.
Cancuns can still be seen at sea on the islands of Tāmaki, Papatoetoe and Tūnanga, and some are still being used to make trips to the remote villages of Ngaruawahia and Lonsdale. “
They were very popular and have been seen as a highlight of our tourism program.”
Cancuns can still be seen at sea on the islands of Tāmaki, Papatoetoe and Tūnanga, and some are still being used to make trips to the remote villages of Ngaruawahia and Lonsdale.
The company that owns the boats has been working with the Department of Conservation for several months on a plan to restore them, and in the coming months, the government plans to start the process of restoring the boats.
The boat tours can return on the reef’s first anniversary of the reef being open for tourists in March 2019.
The Great Barrier’s reefs are home to many of the world’s largest animals including sea turtles, seabirds and whales, and it’s estimated that more than 30 species of fish live on the reefs.
The reefs are also home to endangered species like the white rhinoceros, the endangered Tasmanian devil and the endangered blacktip shark.
A tourism report published in September 2017 estimated that around 300,000 tourists visited the Great Barrier in 2017.
Tourism Minister Gary Smith said he welcomed the new boats, but it was important to remember that the reef was a national treasure.
“The Great Barrier has a rich and diverse ecosystem, and this work will bring back these iconic sites and the people who have spent so much time here,” he told the ABC.
“There’s no reason why they can’t come back as well.”