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Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest

5,121 Reviews

Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest

5,121 Reviews
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Ziplining Forest Experience - The Ultimate Canopy Tour Rotorua

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Experience the vibrant New Zealand bush on this unique, thrilling zipline adventure. Get right up into the otherwise-inaccessible canopy of the Bay of Plenty forest, where native birds like tui, robins and plump kereru make their homes, and zip through the native trees to the forest floor. This small-group adventure is a great way to experience New Zealand’s native forests without working up a sweat or waiting in line forever.
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Row S wrote a review 7 Apr
New Zealand32 contributions4 helpful votes
You can walk this canopy at night. It brings a different view of the Forrest and as it is a self guided tour you can take time to see the lights hung up in the Forrest. Lots of walk ways and things to see on the way. A good attraction. It is also entirely possible to walk hike or mountain bike on the Forrest floor for free in the day time. The trees are amazing. If like me you think ‘trees’, how interesting can that possibly be? You should visit! You will be pleasantly surprised.
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Date of experience: April 2021
Theresa Parker wrote a review 6 Apr
4 contributions
This is the second time doing this walk and we didn’t have time to do it at night. I took my mum on this for her first time today. She loved it. It is a beautiful forest to walk in the treetops and explore below. Recommend doing both.
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Date of experience: April 2021
Susan wrote a review 5 Apr
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Cost was ridiculous and waiting time. They charged for day and night which they dont on normal weekdays and weekends. What annoyed us is we had to pay that extra to wait 2 hours and honestly, although it was very nice it was all a muchness the whole way through. Wouldnt recommend or do it again. Your better off doing thbe free ground walks.
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Date of experience: April 2021
Maria S wrote a review 3 Apr
Palmerston North, New Zealand23 contributions
Lovely relaxing place for a stroll through the trees. We were pleasantly surprised to feel alone in the trees despite the number of cars in the carpark indicating it was a busy wee spot
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Date of experience: March 2021
Stu T wrote a review 2 Apr
Tauranga, New Zealand118 contributions35 helpful votes
We took the Waitawa Walk through the forest. It was very relaxing and peaceful. The trees themselves are spectacular. Definitely worth visiting and a great option when looking for free activities.
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Date of experience: April 2021