"Ko au te awa, ko te awa ko au"
I AM THE RIVER, THE RIVER IS ME
Get off the beaten track and explore the natural & untouched Whanganui River on one of our Jet Boat or Canoe Tours. Be immersed in our local indigenous Māori & Pre-European culture by local river people - tangata whenua o te awa - for a truly unique experience and memory.
Our Canoe & Kayak Tours are closed from 1st May until 31st September 2022.
These tours are available only during the summer months of October to April and are dependant on conditions.
Sorry takeaways are closed from 1st May until 31st September 2022.
PIPIRIKI CAMPING GROUNDS:
Please note the camp grounds are closed from June 7th until August 31st 2022 for maintenance.
Whanganui River Adventures will no longer be requiring Vaccine Passes from the 4th of April 2022 as per the government announcement.
You will still need to wear a face mask in our office and transport vans. We also ask that you please maintain safe distancing and hygiene practises.
If you are unwell or sick please do not visit us. It is Whanganui River Adventures top priority in keeping our clients, guest, staff and our community safe. Nga mihi.
This tour is one of the most memorable experiences that brings you so close to an era of the past and present time, a tour that will surprise you with special thoughts of what might have been?
The Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail is the most diverse in NZ. With numerous sections beginning in Ruapehu, the final stage brings you down the Whanganui River Road.
This tour takes you up the Whanganui River to the famous “Drop Scene” area. The name originates from the musical hall days of the 1900’s. This area consists of three 3 caves.