River Valley

Taihape, Whanganui
All year round. Bookings essential

For the River Valley folks, rafting is a passion!

From Half-Day White Water Rafting To 5-Day Multi-Day Rafting Trips. Discover the magic and beauty of the Rangitikei and Ngaruroro Rivers on one of their world class trips. They raft regularly on two North Island rivers, the Rangitikei – their home river – and the Ngaruroro, just over the range in Hawkes Bay. Between these two rivers they can offer you a variety of trips. For the true thrill seeker, there is an outstanding Grade 5 world class experience. They can also do trips which are family friendly and relaxing, with a discovery focus – check them out. With accommodation, adventure activities, restaurant and bar, all in one stunning location, River Valley is a great place to gather with friends, family or colleagues.



For more info visit:

River Valley


River Valley
266 Mangahoata Road


06 388 1444


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