Museum director to lead tour of world’s most remote country

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Idabel, OK (March 29, 2018)—Museum of the Red River Director Henry Moy will lead a tour of New Zealand from September 21 to October 2, 2018, as part of the Museum’s annual travel study program. The program is capped at 15 attendees. The tour includes excursions to the nation’s most famous natural and man-made wonders. The cost of the program is $5,199. (A single supplement is available for an additional $1,099.)  A deposit of $1,000 is due by May 21. The fee includes room, airfare (from Houston), some meals, and all sightseeing fees associated with the nine-day itinerary. When asked about the tour, Moy noted that the weather should be exceptionally pleasant and that “the trip promises to have something great for everyone!”

New Zealand is a collection of approximately 600 islands in the Pacific Ocean. Due to its remoteness, New Zealand was one of the last landmasses settled by humans. As a result, the islands developed a distinct form of plant and animal life unlike any other. New Zealand’s varied topography has served as the backdrop for several movies, including the Lord of the Rings series, Avatar, and The Last Samurai. New Zealand also has an extremely vibrant arts and entertainment scene, much of which is influenced by the islands’ indigenous people, the Māori. For more information about the program (including registration forms) call (580) 286 – 3616 or click on the links below.

<<Registration Brochure and Form>>

<<Detailed Itinerary>>

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