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Discover the Magic of New Zealand on a Weeklong Adventure

YOU AND A FRIEND WILL:

  • Spend six nights in Auckland and one night in Rotorua experiencing the beauty of New Zealand’s North Island with the help of a $1,000 travel stipend 
  • Tour the famous Waitomo glowworm caves and the magical Hobbiton movie set 
  • Enjoy a scenic duck boat ride, a traditional Maori hangi dinner and a visit to Te Puia’s thermal mud pools and geysers 
  • Get flown out and put up in a 4-star hotel
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What you'll do

From glowing caves and geothermal pools, to traditional Maori feasts and fantastical movie sets, you’re in the adventure of a lifetime on New Zealand’s North Island. You and a friend (the Sam to your Frodo) will enjoy six nights in charming Auckland and a two-day scenic coach tour to Rotorua. Along the way, you’ll eat an authentic Maori meal cooked in underground earthen ovens. Walk through caves illuminated by radiant glowworms. Take in vast mountain ranges that feel like they’re from another world. And discover another world all together when you visit Middle-earth on the Hobbiton® movie set tour. With a country so beautiful, people so welcoming and a trip this epic, you’ll want to go there and back again. Flights and hotel included!

Who you'll help

SurfAid’s core mission is to help bring clean water and sanitation, basic health care, and improved nutrition to remote communities around the world by implementing a “hand up, not a hand out” philosophy toward aid. They work closely with local staff to provide advice, training and expertise so the community can embrace and implement the change themselves. SurfAid currently works to improve the health, well-being and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions of Indonesia and have plans to expand to Baja CA in 2019. With the help of your donation, they’ll be able to expand their program to Mexico and change even more lives.