Rafting New Zealand

All year round. Bookings essential

Rafting adventures on the Tongariro River in Turangi

New Zealand’s most awarded rafting company. Rafting New Zealand love showing off their backyard to visitors. They are passionate about preserving and educating people about the Tongariro River environment and its inhabitants. Maori owned and operated, Rafting New Zealand offer several family rafting and trout fishing adventures for ages 3 and up around Taupo and Turangi. Rafting is a great adventure activity. What a way to break down personal barriers and develop connection… by stepping out of your comfort zone and into the unknown! Rafting is an adventure activity that very few New Zealanders get to experience. The river environment is something our kids need to be confident in and what better way to open the doors to them then by including a rafting adventure. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

Rafting New Zealand


Tongariro River Rafting
95 Atirau Road


0800 865 226


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