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Aotearoa – Land of the Long White Cloud

New Zealand is like a microcosm of all the world’s attractions. You can trek on the slopes of active volcanoes, or in remote rugged patches of virgin rainforest, through thermal areas of geysers and boiling mud, or kauri forests with some of the largest and oldest trees on Earth.

You can swim with dolphins, watch whales, see glaciers descending into rainforests, fish for trouth in cold, pristine streams and see fur seals and penguins swimming around your boat as you cruise on remote fiords.

The adventurous can go white-water rafting, cave rafting, rock and mountain climbing, tandem skydiving, bungy jumping, skiing down long glaciers and much more.

Plus there are many chances to experience the fascinating Maori culture and the warmth of New Zealand’s friendly people.

For our cultural exchange options, we have predominately chosen areas in terms of natural beauty and the possibility of being part of it, not just as a tourist but as somebody who gets a glimpse of living in paradise! All our partner schools in Tauranga, Queenstown, Whitianga, Rotorua and Browns Bay are Category 1 schools, the highest category issued by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority

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Tauranga/Mount Maunganui

Is for all beach lovers, surfers, water enthusiasts, runners, outdoor enthusiasts, kite surfers, and the like.

Queenstown

Is for adrenalin junkies who like bungie jumping, skydiving, abseiling, trekking in rugged mountain areas, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, and many more activities.

Coromandel

Is for people who love nature, flora and fauna, walking, surfing, horse-riding and being part of a small community.

Auckland, Browns Bay

Is for you, if you want to have the small-town feeling in your demipair stay, but can decide anytime to hop on the bus and through yourself into the city day and night life.

Rotorua

Is for you if you want to experience Maori Culture at its best surrounded by a bubbling Mother Earth.

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Aotearoa Adrenaline Programme 2016-17

Adventure photos price time
Experience the Whakatane Ropes course Day trip – $ 130.00 Nov 2016
Trek through the famous Tongariro Crossing (2 days, 1 night / breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks included) – $ 280.00 April / November 2016
Try out whitewater rafting in Taupo Day trip – $ 130.00 January / March 2016
Mountain bike in the Redwoods (Rotorua) Day Trip – $ 100.00 On Demand
Day trip to Mac Larens Falls in the beautiful Bay of Plenty Day Trip – $ 80.00 September / January / February 2016
Rotorua Canopy Tour Day trip – $ 180.00 February / October 2016
Learn to Surf 2 hours plus wetsuit and boards – $ 90.00 January / February / March / October / November / December 2015
Join a Fitness Camp 10 weeks / 4 x week – $ 325.00 Feb, Jun, Oct
Participate at one of the many runs / marathons / walks Registration plus lunch:
$ 50.00 or $ 100.00 (incl. transport)
September 2016: City to Surf (12 km)
August 2016: Tough guy and gal Challenge

All trips include lunches (or breakfast/lunch/dinner for 2 day trips) plus transport and accommodation (if applicable). Trips are offered on a monthly basis. They are open to all participants of Seven Seas Cultural Exchange programmes and others. If there is enough interest, tailor made activities can be offered outside of above times.