Rotorua’s Highest Adrenaline Activities

Rotorua is a fantastic tourism destination with a wide range of activities. While Rotorua has gorgeous native bush, stunning scenery and geothermal wonders, Rotorua has an incredible range of high-adrenaline activities. Whether you’ve visited Rotorua before or it is your first time, there is sure to be something to leave your heart racing!

Skyline Rotorua

If you want adrenaline, then look no further! Mountain biking, luging, or swinging off the side of a mountain on the Skyswing you will find it all at Skyline Rotorua! Take the Gondola to see phenomenal views of the city and Lake Rotorua before you zig zag down the luge. You’re in full control of your gravity-powered go-cart as you rush through native bush at Rotorua Skyline’s Luge.

Maybe you’ve come to Rotorua for Mountain Biking and Mountain Biking alone. In that case, check out the Skyline Mountain Bike Park. It has challenges ranging from intermediate to expert difficulty. There are plenty of jumps and obstacles on the tracks providing challenging rides for even the most experienced mountain bikers – the track has been home to a stop on the global Crankworx circuit since 2015 If you love mountain biking, then the Skyline Mountain Bike Park has it all for you!

What comes up, must go down at Rotorua Skyline’s Skyswing! Feel the rush of fear as you’re hoisted up 50m above Skyline Rotorua and get breath-taking views across Lake Rotorua. When you pull the release, you’ll accelerate to speeds of 150kph out over the edge of Mount Ngongotahā.

Regardless of what gives you an adrenaline rush, there is sure to be a high-octane gravity-fueled activity for you!

Rotorua Rafting

The Kaituna River is a fast-paced force of nature! This fantastic rafting experience takes you down 3 waterfalls including the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world – the 7m Tutea Falls. The waterfalls will be sure to push you out of your comfort zone, and possibly into the river! No experience is needed for this invigorating trip, but the minimum age for all rafting options is at least 10 years old. Be sure to book a trip down the Kaituna river next time you come through Rotorua.

Velocity Valley

Everything’s fast at Velocity Valley! Feel yourself falling on the bungy jump, or whipping across a manmade river in a jetboat, Velocity Valley has an adrenaline packed activity for you. Because of its massive range of activities and package deals, Velocity Valley is a fantastic day of adrenaline for families.

Mountain Biking in The Redwoods – Whakarewarewa Forest

Rotorua is famous for its fantastic mountain biking trails in the Whakarewarewa Forest. Referred to as The Redwoods by locals, these trails have a range of options across the 6 grades. No matter your skill level, there will be a track in the Redwoods that will provide a challenge and get you excited.

The tracks are free to access – the 150km of continually evolving trails are accessible to everyone with a bike. What’s more, Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park is the closest holiday park to the main carpark, just 1.5 kilometers along the road, or only 2 minutes by bike.

 

With everything that Rotorua offers for adrenaline-fueled activities, you’ll need a place to relax at the end of the day. At Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park, we have hot pools that are free for guests. This is the perfect place to relax with a hot soak and catch your breath after a day of adrenaline-fueled activity. With our fantastic location, close to the city and the mountain bike trails we’re the perfect base for your exciting Rotorua adventures.

Photo by Graeme Murray


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Phone: 07 346 3140
Email: info@rotoruathermal.co.nz

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Check-in time: 2.00pm
Check-out time: 10.00am

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8.00am – 9.00pm Summer

8.30am – 7.00pm Winter (subject to change)

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Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park
463 Old Taupo Road (South End) Rotorua
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