Rotorua Rafting offers the most spectacular white water rafting in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand.
Rotorua Rafting is home to the largest commercially rafted waterfall in the world – Tutea Falls.
With New Zealand Native scenery and Maori History lining the gorge of the beautiful Kaituna River, let Rotorua Rafting show you their backyard.
Warm water, outstanding scenery, heart pumping rapids and world class guides – white water rafting in New Zealand doesn’t get any better than this. Make sure you make Rotorua Rafting your first stop activity in Rotorua.
The Kaituna River is Rotorua Raftings playground, with an all kiwi crew and home to not just one but three awesome waterfalls, including the highest rafted waterfall in the world, Tutea Falls at 7m there is no denying that there is something amazing about this trip!
Whether you are a first time rafter or a white water legend, let Rotorua Rafting guide you through one of the most beautiful rivers that New Zealand has to offer. The extra bonus is that the Kaituna River is also the one of the warmest rivers in New Zealand.
The Rangitaiki River is a true New Zealand river surrounded by beautiful native forest, birdlife and is home to some super fun white water.
The Rangitaiki River (affectionally known as “The Rangi”) is the longest river in the Bay of Plenty region and we get to raft 14kms of it – YEAHA!!
Come and Experience the Okere Awa guided tour with Rotorua Rafting, where you will be guided through prehistoric Aotearoa on land and on the river.
Starting off with a gentle guided bush walk, you will listen to the history of the local area from the first Te Arawa waka (canoe) arriving on the shores of the Bay of Plenty to the takeover of the Okere awa from local tribes.
The ultimate kiwi whitewater experience in one of the most beautiful places in the world!!! We just wanted to do it all again!!! – Paul Smith, Australia