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PRESS RELEASE Space Camp endorses Haka Educational Tours as recommended operator Haka Educational Tours is delighted to be endorsed as a recommended tour operator to Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Centre in Huntsville, Alabama. Haka Educational Tours operate out of New Zealand and run tailored, curriculum aligned academic tours for students from all over the globe. Our purpose is to broaden young minds through real life travel experiences and Space Camp’s fully immersive learning environment and focus on personal growth and development, closely aligns with this purpose. From astronaut training to simulated space shuttle missions, Space Camp inspires students in the realms of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, otherwise known as STEM. “Having worked with Space Camp for a number of years now, this official recommendation from the U.S. Space and Rocket Centre speaks to their confidence in Haka Educational Tours and the seamless execution of our tours to date.” – Eleri Williams, Haka Educational Tours General Manager We pride ourselves on our precision planning and can create bespoke itineraries based on your specific learning outcomes, to ensure your school group enjoys a totally stress-free tour. If you’re a school group from Australia or New Zealand interested in […]
The varied geography and landscape that sets the scene for Hollywood blockbusters (think the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Piano, Pete’s Dragon, Mission Impossible: Fallout and The Meg) ticks all the boxes for your Geography field trip wish-list. Sitting at the bottom of the South Pacific ocean, around 2000km southeast of mainland Australia*, the two main islands of New Zealand may seem relatively small and insignificant in relation to the rest of the world. Don’t be misled, though, New Zealand is actually a submerged continent (Zealandia) that sank after breaking away from Australia 60–85 million years ago! Due to its position on the boundary of the Australian Plate and Pacific Plates, great forces have been at work to forge the landscape that will bring Geography lessons to life for your students. New Zealand Geology and Geography Field Trip Ideas Explore volcanic plateaus featuring geothermal-fed hot water springs, geysers and boiling mud pools Take your students on a guided ski trip amidst towering mountain ranges fringed by subtropical forests See six volcanoes and never leave the city of Auckland (built on a dormant volcanic field with over 50 volcanoes within an area of 1,000 square kilometres) Marvel […]