A SAFE PLACE TO STAY
At Level 2, Kiwi Holiday Parks are providing a safe place to stay for those who need us, along with those now welcome to travel around New Zealand.
Whether you’re staying with as a worker or tourist, we assure you that your health and safety is our utmost priority.
You’ll notice that like all businesses, we’re operating a little differently right now. From less contact at check-ins to deep cleaning procedures, and increased spacing between sites, we’re doing all we can to minimise your risk.
Holiday Parks are one of the safest forms of accommodation available. Set in wide-open spaces and with an abundance of self-contained cabins, motel units, self-contained units and powered camp sites, we provide a safe stay and warm welcome.
We’ve put together the below FAQ to answer some common queries.
Are parks open?
Yes. Almost all Kiwi Holiday Parks are open at Level 2 for workers and tourists. We have a variety of accommodations with space to move around.
Self Contained Units
Powered sites for caravans / motorhomes
Most of our parks are open at this time. Dickson’s Kiwi Holiday Parks in Thames will remain closed for the Winter Season.
What are Kiwi Holiday Parks doing to reduce the risk of COVID-19?
We have implemented the following measures for the safety of guests and staff:
- We assure you that we are taking hygiene seriously. You can be confident that our park is being cleaned to the highest of standards, and that our staff are employing heightened levels of sanitation
- Shared facilities have a strict cleaning schedule.
- Where powered sites are available, plenty of space is between them to ensure social distancing?
- Our usual procedures have all been reviewed and revised as need to ensure social distancing. We recommend using Pay Wave and online booking when possible.
- We have a rigorous contact tracing system in place at each park.
- If you are experiencing any symptoms of the virus you must cancel your stay, self-isolate and contact your doctor immediately.
Social distancing within holiday parks
To control the spread of the virus, it’s vital that we all apply social distancing practices. So what does this mean if you’re staying in a park?
The rules on ‘gatherings’ must be adhered to. This means, no more than the specified number of people can congregate in public (ie in the camp kitchen or in shared spaces)
Please respect social distancing, practice healthy hygiene, be kind and enjoy your stay.
If you would like to discuss your concerns with Kiwi Holiday Parks please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you and your family soon. Be kind, be safe!