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Tongariro River Family Fun White Water Rafting from Turangi

Tongariro River Family Fun White Water Rafting from Turangi - North Island, New Zealand

Duration: 3 hours
Location: North Island, New Zealand

From USD
$89.55

Splash, crash and laugh with the best 3-hour adventure for families with younger children. Professionally guided and completely outfitted, spend up to 1.75-hours on the river rafting through 20-plus exciting but safe grade two rapids ... More info ›

Splash, crash and laugh with the best 3-hour adventure for families with younger children. Professionally guided and completely outfitted, spend up to 1.75-hours on the river rafting through 20-plus exciting but safe grade two rapids. Visit the National Trout Centre and feed the fish, enjoy hot chocolate and chocolate, swim in the pools and experience the beautiful Tongariro River. Back at base enjoy a hot shower followed by complimentary cold refreshments and a river dog (hot dog) while watching your trips photo's.

Once welcomed and signed in, you will be taken through to a big back shed where all of the modern river equipment, heated changing rooms and clean toilets are housed. Here you will be welcomed to the base in Maori, and get a full explain of the gear and facilities, and be fully outfited in up-to-date river apparel. Once dressed for the river one of your professional 'Kiwi' river guides will give you a full safety briefing in the comfort of the shed before being loaded onto the vehicles for the 15-minute drive up to the river. During the drive to the river one of the guides will point out the many amazing landmarks along the way and tell you of the Maori history and myths and legends which associate with the area.

At the river, grab some great shots of you and the group and then your off on your adventure. You will raft over 8km's, through 20plus grade 2 rapids. On the second rapid of the trip your driver will be positioned on the river bank to snap some great action photo's of you. Halfway down the river the team will pull over to the National Trout Centre. Here, hop out of the rafts and visit the breeding pool for the baby trout. Enjoy some hot chocolate and chocolate and the kids can feed the fish. After the trout center visit, there is the opportunity for a cliff jump (optional/weather permitting). In total, spend approximately 1.75-hours on the river.

Once off the river, be transported back to the base for a hot shower. Once changed you come through to the comfortable shop space and enjoy a complimentary cold beer/soda or hot mulled wine as well as a river dog (hot dog) while viewing your trip photos.

Photo's, retail items and other adventure operator information, is available after the experience and one of river guides will be there to thank and farewell you good bye.

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Up Close Encounter of Amazing New Zealand Creatures and Behind the Scenes Tour

Up Close Encounter of Amazing New Zealand Creatures and Behind the Scenes Tour - Picton, New Zealand

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Picton, New Zealand

From USD
$28.99

Up Close Encounters (up close face to face)* and Behind the Scenes (where our staff go)* Tour (1 hour)

Go behind the scenes at EcoWorld Aquarium & Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, get up close and very personal with some of New Zealand's extraordinary creatures up-close.

Up Close Encounters provides you with a one of a kind experience by combining exclusive creature encounters with intimate guide interactions with EcoWorld’s knowledgeable staff. 
•Tuataras - New Zealand’s very rare “living fossil”
•Little Blue Penguins - Wildlife Rehabilitation Refuge
•Yellow Kakariki - endangered parrots being bred...  plus

When:  10am 12pm 1pm 3pm daily

How long:  Allow 1.5 hours

Location:  95 metres from interisland ferry terminal

Important Visitor Information

Up Close Encounters (up close face to face)* and Behind the Scenes (where our staff go)* Tour

When:  10am 12pm 1pm 3pm daily

How long for your visit:  Allow at least 1.5 hours

Location:  95 metres from the interisland ferry terminal and railway station.

Access:  flat with 2 gentle ramp areas.  Easy wheelchair access

Minimum:  2 persons.  Maximum per group 25 persons

EcoWorld’s knowledgeable staff share with you outstanding, intimate animal experiences. 

Go behind the scenes at EcoWorld Aquarium & Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, get up close and very personal with some of the worlds most amazing creatures ... More info ›

Up Close Encounters (up close face to face)* and Behind the Scenes (where our staff go)* Tour (1 hour)

Go behind the scenes at EcoWorld Aquarium & Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, get up close and very personal with some of New Zealand's extraordinary creatures up-close.

Up Close Encounters provides you with a one of a kind experience by combining exclusive creature encounters with intimate guide interactions with EcoWorld’s knowledgeable staff. 
•Tuataras - New Zealand’s very rare “living fossil”
•Little Blue Penguins - Wildlife Rehabilitation Refuge
•Yellow Kakariki - endangered parrots being bred...  plus

When:  10am 12pm 1pm 3pm daily

How long:  Allow 1.5 hours

Location:  95 metres from interisland ferry terminal

Important Visitor Information

Up Close Encounters (up close face to face)* and Behind the Scenes (where our staff go)* Tour

When:  10am 12pm 1pm 3pm daily

How long for your visit:  Allow at least 1.5 hours

Location:  95 metres from the interisland ferry terminal and railway station.

Access:  flat with 2 gentle ramp areas.  Easy wheelchair access

Minimum:  2 persons.  Maximum per group 25 persons

EcoWorld’s knowledgeable staff share with you outstanding, intimate animal experiences. 

Go behind the scenes at EcoWorld Aquarium & Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, get up close and very personal with some of the worlds most amazing creatures.

Up Close Encounters behind the scenes is more than just meeting our rare and extraordinary New Zealand animals up-close. Up-Close Encounters provides you with a one of a kind experience by combining exclusive creature encounters with some of the amazing animals that live in our beautiful Marlborough Sounds, intimate guide interactions and guided tour.
•Tuataras - New Zealand’s very rare “living fossil”
•Little Blue Penguins - Wildlife Rehabilitation Refuge
•Yellow Kakariki - endangered parrots being bred
•Seahorses - New Zealand pot-bellied seahorses
•Giant Squid - “Monster of the deep” - (preserved 5m)
•Red Kakariki - breeding endangered native parrots
•Fish - species from the Marlborough Sounds
•Geckos, and skinks, frogs, turtle refuge etc.
•Orca and Hectors Dolphin - life size models

All our animals have been rescued by us, donated to us or bred by us.

✓Conservation in action    ✓Nature   ✓Heritage   ✓Explore & learn   ✓Family – friendly   ✓FUN

“New Zealand is a Biological Ark. Its biodiversity (variety of all life) is more primitive than most other countries.  80% of New Zealand's native species are found nowhere else on Earth.  Most of EcoWorld Aquarium’s animals come from the Marlborough Sounds whose nearshore rocky reefs are diverse, dynamic, capable of endless surprise, cold, murky, dark and difficult to visit.  These nearshore rocky reefs provide haven for rare and endangered species which contributes to their fascination which we share with you.” John Reuhman Director

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Skippers Canyon Rafting and Sightseeing Trip

Skippers Canyon Rafting and Sightseeing Trip - Queenstown, New Zealand
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$128.20

Raft the gentle upper reaches of the Shotover River on this half-day trip through Skippers Canyon. You'll drive from Queenstown through a former gold-mining region and learn about this significant part of New Zealand's history ... More info ›

Raft the gentle upper reaches of the Shotover River on this half-day trip through Skippers Canyon. You'll drive from Queenstown through a former gold-mining region and learn about this significant part of New Zealand's history. The Class I and II rapids are suitable for ages three years old and up.

Meet at a shop in central Queenstown and shuttle to the rafting base to kick off this family-friendly adventure through Skippers Canyon. The scenic drive boasts astounding views of the area, which is jam-packed with history and gold-mining relics. Your guide will enthrall you with tales from the region's fascinating past.

Once you're provided with specialized rafting gear to keep warm and safe, take to the water at a put-in point near a pipeline built in 1864. You may recognize the surrounding landscape of the 'Ford of Bruinen' from The Lord of the Rings.

The 1- to 1.5-hour trip takes you floating down a gentle grade of mild Class I and II rapids, including time for a swim or rock-jump into the Shotover River. Back on shore, you'll return to central Queenstown where your half-day tour concludes.

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