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Opened in August 2012. Explore the ancient forest of the Mamaku Plateau 10 minutes from Rotorua on New Zealand's only native forest zipline canopy tours. In small groups of up to ten people you will be accompanied by two highly trained guides who...more
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This was our first time zip lining. The guides were very patient and knowledge which made for an awesome experience. We learned so much about the forest. Definitely put this on your to do list when you visit New Zealand.
We spent a fun two hours with Harry and Luke sailing through the treetops. They ran a very safe trip to make everyone comfortable and secure with the heights. We learned about the New Zealand forest and birds. Definitely recommend, even for those with a...More
This seemed quite expensive but turned out to be awesome value for money! The whole experience from the bus ride out to the start, the information on conservation and the ziprides and stuff were imformative and great fun. The guides were awesome and I would...More
My husband and I did the Original Canopy Tour a couple of years ago and returned to do the Ultimate Canopy Tour for our 10th Wedding Anniversary. It was absolutely amazing. The trees, the birds, the conservation that they are doing has already made a...More
I tried the Ultimate experience and it was just that! What a great way to spend an afternoon bonding with your friends and fellow zipliners. The instructors were fun and were very informative about the history and story of the forest. I also appreciated how...More
My husband and I decided to do this tour and it has been one of the highlights of the North Island portion of our trip. Jess and Cheyanne were fun as well as professional. They told us about the damage the introduced species of mammals...More
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I asked about what would happen if I just couldn't go on and apparently there are 'evacuation' points....but to be honest, once you're up there, the best way to get down is just to keep going. I am very scared of heights... More
I asked about what would happen if I just couldn't go on and apparently there are 'evacuation' points....but to be honest, once you're up there, the best way to get down is just to keep going. I am very scared of heights and I'm not really sure why I agreed to do this with my family, but I made it through. There is another bridge right near the end that terrified me, and they want you to stop in the middle for a photo - I just made it quite clear I was coming straight across and that I wouldn't be stopping, and the guides were cool with that....