Kaituna Cascades 

All year round. Bookings essential

Whitewater river rafting in Rotorua is an experience you will never forget

The rapids are thrilling, and rafting down the world’s largest rafted waterfall is truly unforgettable. Their rafting base in Okere Falls is in an awesome location, and is surrounded by a scenic reserve that backs right onto the shores of the Kaituna River. They are the closest and most accessible company to the river, making Kaituna Cascades the ideal choice for rafting in Okere Falls. All guides are handpicked, highly skilled professionals. They come from an extreme white water background either in kayaking or rafting. Number 1 on Tripadvisor for outdoor activities in Rotorua. The Kaituna river is now super famous for having the Worlds Highest Commercially Rafted Waterfall. Awesome scenery, warm water, 11 fun rapids and 3 waterfalls makes this a perfect river for fun. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

Kaituna Cascades 


18 Okere Falls Road
Okere Falls



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