Sep 16, 2021

Tour New Zealand in a Tesla

Hire a Tesla through our Go Electric Eco Tour and save 10%

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If you're here on the GOOD Travel blog, we know you care about New Zealand and the planet, but sometimes it isn’t that easy to figure out how to be a GOOD traveller. Well, it just got easier and more exciting too thanks to our new partnership with GO Rentals. You can now tour the South Island of New Zealand in a Tesla and support tourism businesses leading the way in sustainability along your journey.

Earlier this year, we launched our Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide in partnership with Eco Villa. The eGuide is a free, online guidebook designed to inspire Kiwis (and eventually international visitors too) to try out an electric vehicle and experience unique, sustainable accommodations and tours in the South Island. Through our new partnership with GO Rentals, it’s now possible to do the tour in a Tesla too. GO Rental’s Tesla Model 3 has a 15-inch media, navigation and control centre, luxurious leather interior, expansive glass roof and 448 km range (est) on a single charge. 

“At GO we’re massively excited to bring a product of Tesla’s quality to market and it’s absolutely in line with our strategy to decarbonise our fleet. The partnership with the team at GOOD Travel is an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our solutions to travellers that genuinely care,” says James Dalglish, Chief Operating Officer at GO Rentals.


“The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated to the tourism industry that we have to work together. The resilience of our industry relies on it. Our goal with the Go Electric Eco Tour is to strengthen collaboration amongst like-minded tourism SMEs as well as to inspire Kiwis to explore our own backyard and learn from the places we visit. Ultimately, we want to show that doing GOOD, having fun and experiencing some luxury are not mutually exclusive, and we want to create an experience that is GOOD for Kiwi tourists, businesses, communities, and our environment,” says Josie Major, GOOD Travel’s New Zealand Programmes Manager.

Test drives and word-of-mouth are the main sources of information that help New Zealanders switch to electric vehicles, according to Flip The Fleet. However, few travellers dare to test out an EV on holiday due to range anxiety. Through an interactive online map as well as lots of EV tips and resources, the Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide will help you say farewell to range anxiety, try out an EV and experience the potential for New Zealand’s tourism industry to be transformed into a force for GOOD.

The Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide can be downloaded for free here. After downloading the eGuide, you'll be emailed with a discount code to give you 10% off hiring a Tesla Model 3 through GO Rentals.

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Eliza Raymond

After graduating with a Master of Tourism from the University of Otago in New Zealand, Eliza has worked for a variety of NGOs and tourism companies around the world. Eliza is the co-founder and director of operations for GOOD Travel, and also teaches entrepreneurship, innovation and social change at the University for Peace established by the General Assembly of the United Nations.

If you're here on the GOOD Travel blog, we know you care about New Zealand and the planet, but sometimes it isn’t that easy to figure out how to be a GOOD traveller. Well, it just got easier and more exciting too thanks to our new partnership with GO Rentals. You can now tour the South Island of New Zealand in a Tesla and support tourism businesses leading the way in sustainability along your journey.

Earlier this year, we launched our Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide in partnership with Eco Villa. The eGuide is a free, online guidebook designed to inspire Kiwis (and eventually international visitors too) to try out an electric vehicle and experience unique, sustainable accommodations and tours in the South Island. Through our new partnership with GO Rentals, it’s now possible to do the tour in a Tesla too. GO Rental’s Tesla Model 3 has a 15-inch media, navigation and control centre, luxurious leather interior, expansive glass roof and 448 km range (est) on a single charge. 

“At GO we’re massively excited to bring a product of Tesla’s quality to market and it’s absolutely in line with our strategy to decarbonise our fleet. The partnership with the team at GOOD Travel is an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our solutions to travellers that genuinely care,” says James Dalglish, Chief Operating Officer at GO Rentals.


“The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated to the tourism industry that we have to work together. The resilience of our industry relies on it. Our goal with the Go Electric Eco Tour is to strengthen collaboration amongst like-minded tourism SMEs as well as to inspire Kiwis to explore our own backyard and learn from the places we visit. Ultimately, we want to show that doing GOOD, having fun and experiencing some luxury are not mutually exclusive, and we want to create an experience that is GOOD for Kiwi tourists, businesses, communities, and our environment,” says Josie Major, GOOD Travel’s New Zealand Programmes Manager.

Test drives and word-of-mouth are the main sources of information that help New Zealanders switch to electric vehicles, according to Flip The Fleet. However, few travellers dare to test out an EV on holiday due to range anxiety. Through an interactive online map as well as lots of EV tips and resources, the Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide will help you say farewell to range anxiety, try out an EV and experience the potential for New Zealand’s tourism industry to be transformed into a force for GOOD.

The Go Electric Eco Tour eGuide can be downloaded for free here. After downloading the eGuide, you'll be emailed with a discount code to give you 10% off hiring a Tesla Model 3 through GO Rentals.

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Eliza Raymond

Eliza is one of the co-founders of GOOD Travel. She has travelled extensively to work with grassroots community organisations and tourism providers. Eliza has found her second home in Peru.

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