Private tours, such as the one in Queens, are being offered to visitors to the city by Luxury Private Tours, a company that advertises its services on its website.
The company’s website claims to offer “private tours to all the places you can’t get in New Zealand”.
The website offers a range of services including private tours to the Royal Albert Hall and the Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Exhibition Centre.
Luxury Public Tours can arrange a private tour to New Zealand from anywhere in New Britain and New Zealand.
The website says that they are able to arrange “all your other travel plans, such to Australia or Europe”.
However, when we visited the site today, we were asked to contact a customer service representative to find out if there was a limit on the number of people that could book the tour.
A representative from LuxuryPrivateTours confirmed that there is a limit of 20 people per tour.
However, she confirmed that Luxury has an “exceptionally large booking capacity” in New England.
The spokesperson said that it is a privilege to provide a service to people from New Zealand and the rest of the world.
She added that Luxuries clients are “absolutely 100 per cent committed to the quality and safety of our tours, and we strive to ensure that we provide the highest quality experience possible”.
She added, “It is our mission to make New Zealand the best tourist destination in the world and we look forward to providing you with an outstanding experience.”
The spokesperson confirmed that we would not be able to book a tour for a “limit of 20 guests”.
However she said that “we can guarantee your booking will be a one-off and you will receive a refund of the total cost of the tour as a thank you”.
We also asked the spokesperson about how many of the people that booked for the tour could be refunded.
She said, “we are working on a plan to provide refunds for all our guests.”
The spokeswoman said that we will be contacted to clarify if that would mean a refund for the other 20 people.
We asked the spokeswoman whether the tour would take place in New South Wales or Victoria.
The spokeswoman replied that the company had not booked a tour in either state.
She then added that she would contact the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
The ministry said that LuxuriousPrivateTour.com had not yet been issued with a tour permit from the ministry.
We also called the Ministry to ask how many people had been booked for private tours.
We were told that there were only 20 people on the tour at the time of our call.
We then asked how many were on the trip.
The Ministry replied that it was too early to tell, and they were “not prepared to confirm or deny whether or not any tour had taken place”.
The spokesperson then confirmed that, for the moment, it was a “one-off” and that they were unable to provide an answer.
We are not aware of any other tours to other states or territories.