In New Zealand there are many opportunities to join a river rafting trip, and often the trip that is taken is whatever happens to be closest. But have you asked what it is that you really want from a white water rafting trip?
What if what you are really looking for is plenty of rapids?
Lots of drops, steep chutes, rapids that are challenging,
rapids where you have to work as part of the team.
Rapids with Consequences.
How would you know what to look for?
Experience the world class, white water rafting trip on the Rangitikei River
Half Day, Grade 5 White Water Rafting
What we provide:
- Neoprene booties
- Fleece top
- Paddle jacket
- On cooler days, neoprene gloves and neoprene socks
What to bring:
- A thirst for adventure!
- We do allow guests to bring GoPro’s on this trip, however we do not encourage this as they do tend to get lost – it is at your own risk.
The Rangitikei River – Grade 5 Section Map
Use the controls to check out this beautiful section of the Rangitikei River, the Grade 5 section – steep, technical and fun. Click on each rapid to more see photos of what lies ahead.
What people say
Grade 5 Rafting, Rangitikei River, New Zealand
Grade 5 White Water Rafting
“My biggest obstacle in doing a Grade 5 rafting trip with River Valley was a previous negative kayaking experience. As it turned out, if I had had the cash and time I would have done a second trip the next morning!
Having now done the trip, I find that I have developed a craving… Read More
Attention thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies, nature lovers, fitness fanatics, and everyone else
“Attention thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies, nature lovers, fitness fanatics, and everyone else
Amazing fun, gorgeous views, awesome guides and some epic photos! I was pretty scared but so happy I did it! What a way to see a bit of New Zealand.”
It was our first time going rafting for my partner and I and we had an absolute blast
“It was our first time going rafting for my partner and I and we had an absolute blast
All the guides were amazing, professional and well experienced in what they do and they also had great banter. If you’re ever down for a kiwi experience or just looking to get out of the big cities and enjoy New Zealand’s amazing nature, I would highly recommend going to River Valley.”