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With over 30 years safely rafting New Zealand Rivers we have an accumulated wealth of rafting knowledge and experience to share with you. Daily rafting options on the Wairoa, Kaituna, and Rangitaiki Rivers. Multi-day Wilderness river journeys on the...more
I'm glad we went with these guys, they made it fun from start to finish while keeping us safe and informed. Really well constructed experience that you wish kept on going... Seeing our photos at the end was such a good way to cap it...More
This company has received a lot of positive reviews and I can see why. The guides are highly entertaining and fill the spaces between the excitement of the rafting with jokes and friendly banter. As for the rafting itself, it is both beautiful and exhilarating....More
Thank Joe K
raftingwetnwild, Manager at Wet 'n' Wild Rafting Company, responded to this reviewResponded 19 March 2017
Hi Joe, thanks for your great review!!
Its most definitely a safety issue. We used to be fine with people wearing them, but found that rafters get distracted and don't listen to the guides, causing significant concerns when they are meant to be paddling or...More
Fantastic way to spend a few hours. The team are great hosts and made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived at base which is really easy to fond. All good quality equipment is provided. The rafting experience itself is a real adrenaline rush,...More
Our family of 4 (2adults, 2x 13 year olds rafted the Wairoa today, with Pete as our guide. This is the second trip with this company- the first being last year on the Rangitaiki. We had such a great time, that this year we decided...More
Response from raftingwetnwild | Property representative |
Hi there , if you raft the Rangitaiki river there are no stairs, and the most you would have to walk is 10 meters from our van to the rivers edge at the start of the river and the same at the finish of the river, please... More
Hi there , if you raft the Rangitaiki river there are no stairs, and the most you would have to walk is 10 meters from our van to the rivers edge at the start of the river and the same at the finish of the river, please email us and I will send some photos of the start and finish :)