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    Win a National Geographic Trip for Two to New Zealand

    Updated Dec 16, 2021

    Why we like this sweepstakes:

    This 11-day trip with an itinerary curated by National Geographic will have you cruising, trekking, oohing and ahhing your way around New Zealand. All while supporting nonprofit Represent Justice.

    YOU AND A FRIEND COULD:

    • Spend 11 days exploring New Zealand’s natural and cultural wonders
    • Adventure through jaw-dropping fjords, glowing caves and an ancient forest
    • Enjoy private guides and top-notch local cuisine
    • Travel easy knowing flights and hotels are included

    This sweepstakes is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated in any way with National Geographic or its affiliates.

    When’s the last time your vacation included glowworms, geysers and possible penguin sightings? If you’re due for such an adventure, here’s your chance. This 11-day trip with an itinerary curated by National Geographic will have you cruising, trekking, oohing and ahhing your way around New Zealand. Stops include Auckland to check out Maori artifacts, Rotorua to explore a geothermal park, Te Anau to experience caves lit by tiny glowworms and Milford Sound for an overnight catamaran cruise with potential dolphin, seal and penguin encounters. Plus, you’ll have trusty Nat Geo guides and local experts to lead the way throughout.

    Who you will be helping:

    Represent Justice turns stories into action to change the justice system. Your donation can help maintain the vital Ambassador Program, which grows the visibility, influence and capacity of formerly incarcerated leaders, artists and advocates, and ensures their voices and expertise are included, heard, and valued. Ambassadors receive training that prepares them to share their stories at events across the country, co-produce films and multimedia projects that address systemic issues, and connect with influencers and legislators to advance policy. This is your chance to help Represent Justice create a more equitable justice system.

    Learn more and participate directly at Omaze
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