Nevis Swing Jet Raft

Nevis Swing + Jetboat + Kawarau River Rafting

Nevis Swing Jet Raft

From: $519pp
Duration: Full Day

  • Kawarau River Rafting

    The Kawarau River provides an exhilarating trip for first time rafters. A great introduction to whitewater rafting, the Kawarau River boasts superb scenery and unique perspectives of the Gibbston Valley wine region and New Zealand’s first bungy jumping site. Float past vast rock cliffs and dramatic scenery that was home to the filming of the Lord of the Rings. Top it all off with the longest commercially rafted rapid in New Zealand, the 400 metre long Dog Leg Rapid!

  • AJ Hackett Nevis Swing

    If you're going to go, you have to go big! The world’s biggest swing is located in the rugged Nevis Gorge, walk out over a 70m long suspension bridge out to the launch pad. Gear up and embrace your fear as you choose from a variety of different swing styles.

    Suspended from a 120m swing rope, you’ll freefall 70m before swinging in a 300m arc, just 40m above the river and canyon floor.

    This is one Queenstown activity that has to go on your bucket list!

  • Shotover Jet

    Queenstown’s Shotover Jet has thrilled over 3 million people since 1965. Take a unique breathtaking ride through dramatic and narrow canyons, and hold on tight for Queenstown’s only exhilarating full 360° spins.

    Known as 'The World’s Most Exciting Jet Boat Ride' and the only company permitted to operate in the spectacular Shotover River Canyons, this is an adrenaline rush you’ll never forget!

All rafting trips include:
  • Courtesy coach transfers
  • Specialist river clothing
  • Safety briefing
  • Friendly professional guides
  • Sauna & hot shower
  • Professional photography services

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Please note that we require full payment to secure your booking.

Please call 0800 423 836 to check availability for booking enquiries within 24 hours.

We have a 24-hour cancellation policy. See our terms and conditions for more information.

"Lots of fun and stunning scenery! Absolute must-do in Queenstown."

Lucile K - Singapore