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10.000+ people recommend using this experience

Whether it is a Stag do, Hens Do, Team Building or School group, the team at Rotorua Rafting will cater to your groups needs.

Experience the adrenaline of white water rafting on Kaituna River! Raft the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world! The Kaituna River is Rotorua Rafting’s playground, with an all-Kiwi crew and home to not just one, but three impressive waterfalls, including the highest rafted waterfall in the world – Tutea Falls at 7m, Okere Falls and Kaituna Falls. There is no denying that there is something amazing about this trip!

The Kaituna river has been ranked as the best white water rafting in the world due to the kind nature of the river mixed with hair-raising waterfalls. It enables us to provide a tailored rafting tour to match your adrenalin needs, whether it’s rafting your grandma or a full-blown adrenalin junkie. We will give them the trip they desire.

We can tailor make your trip so you have the best trip ever this Christmas party!!
TUTEA FALLS
features
7
M
WATERFALL

features

  • Transfers can be arranged from central Rotorua
  • Kaituna River Rafting - grade 5
  • 1 hour of time on Kaituna River, allow 2 hours
  • Photos are available to purchase

tour details

requirements

Minimum Age 10yrs (Half trip – Grade 3)

Maximum Weight – 130kg
No experience necessary.

Unfortunately, we are unable to take those that are pregnant or those with certain medical conditions. If you have any questions regarding this, please get in contact.

trip times

YEAR ROUND
SUMMER –
9AM, 10.30AM, 12PM,
1.30PM AND 3PM

WINTER –
(1 MAY- 30TH SEPT)
10AM, 12PM AND 2PM.

OTHERS ON DEMAND


what to bring

All you need is swimsuit and towel, everything else is provided.

lunch options

LUNCH OPTIONS AVAILABLE.
WE ARE LOCATED RIGHT NEXT TO THE OKERE FALLS STORE WHICH EVEN HAS ITS OWN BEER GARDEN.

"We had one of the best stag dos with these guys, they really amped up the crew and we can't wait to come back"
Johnnie – NZ