The Kaituna River has long been the source of life for the local iwi (tribe). It supplied Kai (food) and wai (water) needed for survival. However it has not always been a peaceful place, for centuries the local warriors of Ngati Hinerangi battled to keep their Taonga (treasure) that is the Kaituna.
Now 200 years on with Rotorua Rafting you are the warrior, battling Papatuanuku (Mother Earth) against one of its most powerful elements and the 7 metres waterfall.
Dressed in the highest standard equipment and being guided by World medaling raft guides and World Champion Safety kayakers you are sure to be victorious in your battle.
What to bring: Your smile, screams, swimwear and towel.