Inland Adventures 

West Coast
Summer Season. Book online

Stunning full day and multi day wilderness raft tours as well as a fun half day family trip.

The rivers range from friendly grade 2 to exhilarating grade 4 so there is something for everyone. The day trip on the Upper Grey River/Māwheranui is the most popular tour. The grade 3 rapids will keep you entertained all day and the towering mountains, steep walled gorges and lush green native forest mean that this trip is jam packed with amazing scenery. If you are really wanting to spend some time in the wilderness then a multi day trip is for you. Choose between a longer stretch of the Upper Grey River or the Waiau River near Hanmer Springs. They supply the camping gear as well as delicious meals and snacks. Evenings spent beside the river with a cosy fire are pretty special. Awesome reviews on Tripadvisor.



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