IFTA in New Zealand
2018 Study Tours & Conference
February 16—27 & February 25—March 8
Pictured: Tokangawhā / Split Apple Rock is a geological rock formation in The Tasman Bay off the northern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Made of granite, it is in the shape of an apple which has been cut in half.
Join IFTA on a once-in-a-lifetime Study Tour to New Zealand. Agriculture is the main industry in NZ and we'll dive into three important fruit growing regions on both the North and South Islands, plus enjoy world-class scenery. We’ll learn from experts in the Southern Hemisphere and have unforgettable experiences along the way.
Two 12-day Study Tours are offered back-to-back, overlapping for a one-day conference in Hawke's Bay. Learn about the South Pacific apple industry while connecting with your peers from across the country and the world!
Meet IFTA's travel partner: Onward Travel
Trip attendees will get to know Molly Crist and Kat Dhand, the two sisters who own and operate Onward Travel, a boutique small group travel provider. Molly is married to Joel Crist of Crist Bros. Orchards in Walden, NY, so Onward Travel brings a unique understanding of the orchard business as well as an expertise in meaningful, detail-based and hospitable group travel to this Study Tour. You can learn more about Onward Travel at www.onwardtravel.co.