Rotorua is a geothermal destination with sulphur-rich air, natural springs, and colourful cultural practices. If you want a holiday where you can see mud boiling, steam-cooked cuisines, naturally-warmed steams, and more, Rotorua is the right place for you. Colourful Rotorua attractions are Te Puia, Whakarewarewa, Redwoods, Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, Tamaki Maori Village, and more. Since there are several water bodies around the region, you can have various Rotorua water tours. Exciting water sports to put your hands on are white water rafting, canyon exploration, waterfall exploration, cliff diving, kayaking, hot springs swimming, lakeside cave exploration, parasailing, and more. Tourists also can opt for Rotorua boat tours to enjoy dolphin-watching and exploring lake districts.
The Redwoods and many geothermal trails would make your Rotorua walking and biking tours more colourful. You can also shift to relishing through cultural villages, farm regions, parks, and more. Your vacation experience would not halt during your meals. You can explore Tamaki cuisines, Whakatau ceremony, Hangi performances, and more as a part of your Rotorua food and wine tours. Tourists also prefer covering wineries and blueberry orchards as a part of their food tours here. Now that you are full and energized, it is time to wear your down with Rotorua outdoor activities. The primary options are exploring mud pools, geysers, hot springs, hot lakes, and more. On the other hand, you can enjoy boating to spot glowworms, caving, rock climbing, off-road tours, volcano valley exploration, ziplining, and more.
The caves, hot waterbodies, and unique villages are usually outside the city border. Thus, it would benefit if you had an inclusive Rotorua day trip and excursion to explore the beauties. Tripindicator makes it possible for you to cherry-pick from the list of best-reviewed Rotorua water tours. The site only shows the top packages from reputed holiday planner brands.
Rotorua Water Sports Activities Price
Rotorua Rafting - Kaituna River White Water Rafting (3 hours)
Katoa Jet Boat tour on Lake Rotorua (30 minutes)
Katoa Jet Boat & Lake Rotoiti Hot Pools (2 hours 30 minutes)
Rotorua Glow Worm Kayaking Tour (3 hours)
Rotorua: Lake Rotoiti Starlight Kayaking Tour (3 hours 30 minutes)
Kaituna River White Water Rafting from Rotorua (3 hours)
Lake Rotoiti Evening Kayak Tour including Hot Springs, Glowworm Caves and BBQ Dinner (7 hours)
Spend three adrenaline-crammed hours white water rafting down the Kaituna River on this tour from Rotorua. Start at a spot where wild waters meet subtropical rainforests and canyons engraved in the earth. Raft past beautiful cascading waterfalls, including the stunning Tutea Falls, and even take the opportunity to do some adventurous cliff diving....Read more
Travel at high speed across scenic Lake Rotorua and through the Ohau Channel, then onto Lake Rotoiti where we will take you to the beautiful and peaceful Manupirua Hot Springs for a 1 hour relaxing soak. This hidden gem is only accessible by...Read more
Paddle Board Rotorua has a unique flavor of tourism where we treat all of our tours as if we were taking a group of friends on a fun adventure and creating the best time possible. This tour is one of the best things to do in Rotorua and see amazing glow worms. It is family friendly and allows you to be immersed in nature while having fun and...Read more
Off-beaten tracks Friendly professional and knowledgable guide Safety first mentality with certification by Outdoors Mark. Small tour groups for an intimate experience Explore the beauty of Lake Rotoiti and the magical secret glowworm cave! Free...Read more
Kaituna River features grade 5 rapids plus the awesome 7 meter (23 feet) Tutea Falls, the worlds highest commercially rafted waterfall. Take the ultimate thrill ride on this Kaituna River white water rafting...Read more
Spend a memorable evening on a kayak tour of Lake Rotoiti with an expert guide. Visit natural hot springs and glowworm caves, and enjoy plenty of time for a relaxing soak, swim, and barbecue dinner. After your meal, paddle into lakeside caves to see glowworms and sometimes Koura - (freshwater crayfish), and take in the sunset as you wrap up your...Read more
Raft through 14 rapids including cascades ranging from 3 to 22 feet (1 to 7 meters), including the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall. Pass through steep, bush-clad canyons and New Zealand native forest, ideal for rafting enthusiasts and first-timers alike. River guides provide a full safety briefing with quality clothing and...Read more
Paddle Board Rotorua has a unique flavor of tourism where we treat all of our tours as if we were taking a group of friends on a fun adventure and creating the best time possible. This tour is possibly the only glow-worm paddle board tour in the world, allows you to be immersed in nature and is fun and exciting with our friendly guides and...Read more
Regardless of skill level, you are bound to have the experience of a lifetime on this white-water sledging adventure from Rotorua. White-water sledging — also called riverboarding or hydrospeeding — lets you take charge of your own vessel as you twist and turn down the rapids while propelled by the flippers on your...Read more
This is a once in a life-time experience and different from any other Glowworm Tour you'll go on!
Our adventure begins late afternoon / early evening at Lake District Adventures' base in South Waikato. Paddle along the southern edge of Lake Karapiro, over the old submerged Horahora Dam that produced electricity for the early Waihi...Read more
This tour is exclusive only to Paddle Board Rotorua as vehicle access to Lake Rotomahana is private. Lake Rotomahana is believed to be where the famous Pink and White terraces are buried and Waimangu Volcanic Valley is home to the worlds youngest geothermal system. The steaming cliffs area of shoreline is breathtaking and is completely unique to...Read more