Date posted: April 25, 2012
White Water Rafting
With the variety of waterways surrounding Rotorua at our disposal, we will go where the flow is highest.
You will be rafting through the Kaituna River where a 7 metre Tutea fall awaits you.
The attraction of white water sledging is that you are in control – propelled by the flippers on you feet. The sledges are purpose designed for the river.
New Zealand’s Original sledging specialists – since 1989 –with 2-3 river runs at their disposal. We challenge you to try their sledging option where you get to take the rivers on at eye level. Motivated and assisted by WWSNZ (White Water Sledging NZ) qualified guides it is a whitewater adrenalin junky’s dream.
Whakarewarewa Cultural Village
As Whakarewarewa Cultural Village is still an active and thriving village your visit could coincide with tribal meetings, weddings or funerals where you gain insight into the modern day Maori’s way of life.
Your knowledgeable guide will share legends and stories about how their ancestors came to the beautiful land of Aotearoa, New Zealand and the wisdom of elders of how they adapted their way of live to respect the environment they live in.
Waitomo and Rotorua Day Tours
Experience two of the North Islands must see locations Waitomo and Rotorua in just one day. Tours depart from our Auckland City bus stop, first heading to the world-famous Waitomo limestone formations and caves. From there you will be taken to see Rotorua’s spectacular geothermal wonders, with a range of different tours providing options to make your trip memorable.
See our Waitomo and Rotorua Day Tours pages for further information;