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Tourism NZ's 'Message From New Zealand' Video Will Give All The Feels

Tourism New Zealand has launched a stunning new campaign called ‘Message from New Zealand’, to help people feel loved and connected, no matter how far away they are.

Tourism New Zealand has launched a stunning new campaign called ‘Message from New Zealand’, to help people feel loved and connected, no matter how far away they are.

Now more than ever, it’s important to stay connected, and Tourism New Zealand’s ‘Message from New Zealand’ video most definitely makes the world a smaller, and sweeter, place.

Despite the craziness and chaos of everything that’s going on right now, it’s beautiful to see people pulling together; sharing positivity and words of well wishes and kindness.

Taking influence from their long-standing ‘100% Pure New Zealand’ messaging mantra, this 1 minute message will tug on your heartstrings and make you want to call all your loved ones to share the love.

A Message from New Zealand

Grab a cuppa and some tissues, because this short video, showcasing both New Zealand’s spectacular landscapes and beautiful people, is pretty emoshe.

“We asked New Zealanders if they’d like to give a shout out to anyone in the world and here’s what they said.”

Tourism New Zealand

Featuring over twenty New Zealanders scattered up and down the country, the video shares wholesome messages to friends, family and loved ones from all around the world; from Vietnam, to Colombia, Australia to the UK, China to Belgium, the USA, Singapore and more.

Isn’t it nice to be reminded how human we are?

PURE

Tourism New Zealand is pretty good at creating meaningful and emotive content.

In case you missed it and fancy crawling into the wondrous rabbit hole of tear-jerking, travel reminiscing youtube vides, ‘PURE’ was Tourism New Zealand’s last campaign, released in May, and covers the topics we might have learned from the months we all spent in lockdown.

The beautifully shot one and a half minute video features an elderly man on the phone to his daughter, sharing what he has experienced and learned through this time.

Seriously NZ, what are you doing to us?

We miss you and can’t wait to see you again soon.

READ: PURE: Tourism New Zealand Launch Stunning Reminder About How And Why We Travel