Rotorua travellers are not letting the terrorist attacks in London and Manchester dent their travel plans.
This despite another attack being deemed highly likely by UK authorities.
Local travel agents said none of their clients had cancelled their trips to the UK and Europe.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs' latest travel advisory said UK authorities assessed the threat level of a terrorist attack in the UK at severe.
That meant another was highly likely. Although there was no specific intelligence to suggest another one was imminent, the ministry said.
Senior travel consultant Treena Moore from Rotorua-based Galaxy Travel said it was "business as usual".
"But there might be a few travellers who want to travel in the next couple of weeks and are taking a wait-and-see-what-happens-next approach," she said.
"One of our colleagues is in London now, and no one has contacted us wanting to change their travel plans, and we're still just as busy making new bookings."
Hello World Rotorua owner-operator Deborah Kay said a few clients had inquired about what it would cost to change their travel plans, but no one had cancelled.
"People are still definitely wanting to travel and not letting these awful attacks put them off, and we are still making bookings to Europe and beyond," she said.
Flight Centre NZ general manager Sean Berenson said the centre had about 5000 clients in the UK and a "couple of thousand" more due to travel there over the next week.
"We have not had any customers cancel or change their plans, but we have had a number of customers seeking our advice on travelling to the region."
UK terror attacks
March 22: Man drove a vehicle at pedestrians before stabbing a police officer near House of Parliament, three people killed, and others injured.
May 22: 22 people killed and more than 100 injured during a bombing attack at concert, Manchester Arena.
June 3: Seven people killed and more than 40 injured during attack by three terrorists on London Bridge and Borough Market