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What to do in Rotorua

Home to thermal pools, Maori culture and lots of adrenaline activities. The locals name for Rotorua is Rotovegas! So get your swim gear on and relax in some thermal pools or why not try rafting the largest commercially rafted waterfall in the world. You must try a hangi at one of the many Maori cultural experiences.
Haka Mountain Bike Tours
Fully inclusive tours
Haka Mountain Bike Tours (Biking & Cycling)
Take on the some of the greatest trails and rides in NZ. Tours range from 7 to 14 days and include accommodation, transport and loads of other things!
  • Award winning, stress free MTB tours of New Zealand with expert guides.
  • Fully inclusive packages
Stone Hill Horse Trek
Stone Hill Horse Trek
Experience a fantastic landscape with its wild animals on the back of a horse.
Horse Riding
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Rotorua Bungy
Rotorua Bungy
So jump into the experience of a lifetime with New Zealand's best value bungy at Agroventures.
Bungy
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Rotorua Rafting
Rotorua Rafting
With New Zealand Native scenery and Maori History lining the gorge of the beautiful Kaituna River, let Rotorua Rafting show you their backyard.
White Water Rafting
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Raftabout
Raftabout
The Okere River (Kaituna) boasts the Highest Commercially Rafted Waterfall (7m) in the World. In fact, there are 3 waterfalls among the 14 rapids.
White Water Rafting
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Kaitiaki Adventures
Kaitiaki Adventures
Go rafting in Rotorua and conquer the 7m Tutea Falls, the highest commercially raftable waterfall in the world.
White Water Rafting
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Legendary Black Water Rafting
Legendary Black Water Rafting
The Legendary Black Water Rafting Company is New Zealand's first black water cave rafting adventure operator.
White Water Rafting
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Kawarau Jet Rotorua
Kawarau Jet Rotorua
Visit Kawaha Point, Mokoia Island and Sulphur Bay whilst our professional drivers thrill you with speed, spins and adrenalin.
Jet Boating
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Waimangu Volcanic Valley
Waimangu Volcanic Valley
Volcanic/Geothermal
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