Rangitaiki Grade 2 Scenic Child


Laid back fun
This river has spectacular scenery, including cascading waterfalls tumbling into the river, beautiful forest views and sheer rock gorges clad in native bush. The gentle rolling rapids never go above grade 2 making this a great trip for families and for those looking for a more relaxed experience. Age limit 5 years and over.

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This trip starts at the base of the spectacular Aniwhenua Falls. A beautiful waterfall framed by sheer rock walls.
For the adventurous you can start your trip by jumping into the river, a series of jump off points at various heights are available.
For the less adventurous you can make your way down the rocks to the waters edge.
This is just the start of an amazing piece of scenic New Zealand with several other waterfalls & spectacular forest as we wind our way for one and a half hours down the river.
The rapids are gentle rolling rapids with very few rocks to avoid, making this a great trip for families or those looking to relax and enjoy the scenery.
There is even the chance to stop and have a shower under a beautiful veil waterfall. Have a turn at trying to guide the raft or just relax and enjoy the view.
River Rats Rangitaiki Base
Murupara Motorcamp, 963 SH 38
New Zealand

Complimentary Transfers available from central Rotorua Accomodation

Tel: +64 7 345 6543

Phones answered NZT 7.30am till 9.30pm 7 days.
24 hours notice of cancellation required (48 hours for public holidays and groups of 10 more)

Rotorua Adventures operates within strict safety guidelines however adventure activities by their very nature involve a degree of risk. By partaking in these activities guests agree to assume this risk and will be required to sign a waiver of liability.

It is essential that ALL customers contact us on the day before their trip to confirm that everything is fine with water levels, minimum numbers etc.

Rotorua Adventures reserves the right to cancel or amend any trip due to safety issues, weather, river or road conditions, or insufficient numbers.