Adventure All Stars gives back in Vanuatu

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Cast from the upcoming season of reality travel show Adventure All Stars: Legends recently visited Fokona SDA Kindergarten and Primary School in Vanuatu to deliver school supplies from Australia.

The philanthropic series, which screens on 7TWO, Fetch and Samsung TV Plus, sees participants undertake in jungle ziplining, cultural village experiences, visiting a marine sanctuary, off-road adventures as well as a volcano walk and swimming in tropical water holes.

Working closely with ADRA Vanuatu, the cast and crew also prepared packages for other Vanuatu schools affected by the recent cyclones and earthquake.

Adventure All Stars: Legends is a 3 part special which sees a total of 36 Australian cast members travel to multiple exotic destinations for a trip of a lifetime. All net proceeds from the series will be gifted to charities incuding Animal Welfare League QLD, Blue Tree Project, Charlie Teo Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Australia, Freedom Hill Sanctuary, Friends of Mithra, Therapeutic Dog Services and This Strong Mum and more.

Adventure All Stars screens in 25 countries to an audience approaching 100 million and this season will showcase Vanuatu.

Troy Gray, Executive Producer said, “We are creating television history by raising millions of dollars to support a record number of charities. Unlike other TV shows, none of our cast receive an appearance fee and all net proceeds are gifted to charity. Also, let’s not forget that Adventure All Stars is a ground-breaking travel show promoting incredible destinations to a global audience – filmed and presented as socially positive, harmonious, and visually spectacular television content”.

The series is scheduled to air in the second half of 2023.

Original Article: TV Tonight