New Survey Shows Growing Number of Kiwis are Prefering Luxury Holiday Homes Over Baches
Are Kiwis done with their share of enjoyment on the modest baches?
A recent survey, by Bachcare, discovered that maximum of the New Zealand residents are now preferring renting luxury holiday homes rather than staying in the baches during the holidays.
Leslie Preston, the founder of Bachcare who is also its managing director said that the demand for the classic Kiwi bach is "alive and well". It especially goes well for the people living in Waikato. She agreed that there were however some changes.
She said that the classic Kiwi bach was "well and truly superseded" when compared to the demand of modern holiday home mainly for the 'Baby Boomers' who are more than fifty five years old. Preston said, "More and more people are using holiday homes when they go away."
The trend of preferring modern holiday homes was noted mainly among the Cantabrians. People from Taranaki and the Manawatu also wanted to stay in luxury homes that are well equipped with all modern gadgets. The residents of Hawke's Bay preferred the apartments when spending their holidays.
Approximately ninety five percent of the people believe that renting holiday homes is a significant part of the Kiwi culture. Most of them feel it provides them a safe environment and makes them feel at home.
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