Ziplining in Rotorua forest

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Hotel pick-up & drop off (if needed) from Rotorua

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Shuttle transport by air-conditioned minivan

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3.5-hour zipline tour

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Two professional kiwi guides

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All safety equipment

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Complimentary photos available for download


Take on New Zealand’s only native forest zipline tour
Experience the thrill of flying high above untraveled native forest valleys
Enjoy breathtaking views while suspended up to 72 feet above the ground
Contribute to the forest conservation program
Part of your ticket price goes towards the program to restore the beautiful forest and remove all introduced pests

What you'll do

Join in a small-group zipline tour that will have you soaring through Rotorua's forest canopy. Switch between the six zipline cables suspended 22-meters above the ground and see the forest from a different perspective!  When you arrive at the base, you'll receive a warm welcome from the front office team.

Check-in and meet your down-to-earth highly experienced kiwi guides who will kit you out with all necessary equipment for the day's weather. A quick 10-minute van ride and you'll arrive at the Dansey Road Scenic Reserve.  Your guides will share fascinating New Zealand eco-tour knowledge with your group, which is limited to just 10 people.

At the first platform after a safety briefing, you’ll be off, exploring the native forest on 1.2 km network of Rotorua ziplines, swing bridges and treetop platforms. In total there are 6 ziplines totalling more than 650 meters, the highlight for most being the jaw-dropping 220-meter 'tui song' zipline that departs from 22 meters up a 1000-year-old tree.

Your trusty guides will be clipping you on and off all of the safety systems during your tour, your guide will even slow you down as you arrive at each platform.

You will not be required to operate any of the equipment on the tour. This allows you to enjoy the ziplines and take in the magical native forest.

Why choose Wayfairer?

Carbon Positive

Carbon Positive

To compensate for your travel footprint, our pricing includes the carbon offset price equivalent to the amount of emissions you were responsible for.

Fair Trading

Fair Trading

We ensure our providers never work at loss and enable them to have a more sustainable practice.

Flexible Booking

Flexible Booking

We work with a flexible booking and re-scheduling policy making it as easy as it gets to plan your holidays.

What to bring?

Comfortable shoes
Warm clothing
Long-sleeved shirt
Long pants
Closed-toe shoes

Know before you go

Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the activity starts.
Complimentary pick-up and drop-off from any central Rotorua location can be arranged with the local partner after booking.
Closed-toe footwear is required – supportive footwear such as trainers or hiking boots is recommended.
It is recommended that you wear multiple layers for your tour.
Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair.

Physical Requirements

You are to raise both knees above your hips
You are comfortable going for a half day forest walk or hill walk
You can walk up 6 flights of stairs unassisted without stopping for a break
Minimum age is 6 years
Minimum weight is 30 kg, maximum weight is 120 kg
Tour is not recommended for pregnant women, participants with back problems, heart problems or other serious medical conditions.

Cancellation Policy

Any experience can be cancelled and refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 3 days before the experience start.

Covid-19 Special Information

All required protective equipment is provided.
The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds.
Customers must fill out a travel information form.



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