Over here at The Kiwi Kit Headquarters, we’re not letting COVID-19 get us down! We’re working hard to prep for when borders open again so we can best serve you with any relocation assistance you might need.
During the pandemic outbreak, a lot of people have been reconsidering the trajectory of their lives. They’re deciding if their current situation is really one they’re happy and satisfied with. They’re realizing that now could just be the perfect time to change direction.
If you’re approaching your retirement, you may be considering a move overseas you wouldn’t necessarily have considered before the world, well, changed entirely.
If moving overseas was always and already an option, but you weren’t sure where you wanted to go yet, perhaps you’re considering New Zealand now.
Whatever the case is for you, when it comes to retiring in New Zealand, we’re here to help you with your relocation from start to finish, step-by-step.
That’s why we’ve introduced New Zealand Relocation Tours™ to our selection of services for those looking to retire in the land of the Kiwis.
Our Retirement Relocation Tours are for those who are considering retiring in New Zealand. If you have enough money to meet the requirements of the retirement visa, you might qualify to move here.
The Retirement Relocation Tours are for people who want to see New Zealand before they commit to a decision about moving.
If you’re keen to check out the country, see the way of life, learn more about the process of retiring in New Zealand, want to meet other expats, and generally want to have a good time with other people thinking about retiring, our tours are for you!
It’s like a sampler platter to try before you buy!
You might consider participating in a Retirement Relocation Tour so you can see New Zealand in person before moving your whole life here.
It’s a big decision to move overseas, especially when it’s New Zealand, which tends to be farther away than most other typical retirement locations (which can also be a huge bonus!).
By doing a Retirement Relocation Tour, you can get a sense of what New Zealand is all about.
You can check out places you might consider for your move before actually doing it.
You get to meet locals, learn about the culture, and try the food all with other people in the same boat as you!
You might also consider doing a Retirement Relocation Tour because we do it all for you! We plan the itinerary, we drive you where you need to go, and we connect you with all the right people.
We take all the work off of you so that you can sit back, relax, and decide on if retiring in New Zealand is the right thing for you with a clear, worry-free mind.
A Retirement Relocation Tour is an extended coach bus tour of New Zealand that is perfectly curated for someone like you considering retirement in New Zealand.
The tour is done-for-you, which means the minute you get off the plane, we’ll take care of you.
You can fly into Auckland International Airport or Queenstown International Airport for the start of your tour depending on which tour package you choose.
We will pick you up from the airport when you arrive and drive you back when it’s time to depart.
During the tour, you and a group of like-minded individuals will experience a balance between sightseeing and information sessions or meetings with professionals here to help you with your relocation to New Zealand.
We want to make sure you get the information you need while also seeing the most spectacular country on the planet to ensure you’re making the right decision for your retirement.
A Retirement Relocation Tour package is all-inclusive.
That means, any package you choose will always include:
If you have any special requirements, we will ensure we accommodate you to the best of our ability.
As soon as we know when the New Zealand border will open again, we will notify you of our tour dates.
At this point, we are hoping for mid 2021 or earlier.
If you have any questions about our tours, please feel free to email us at [email protected]!
P.S. Kia Ora means hello in Māori, the indigenous language here in New Zealand