Rafting South Island, New Zealand

The Buller River runs through pristine native rainforest and is a wild river with no dams to restrict its flow. An earthquake in Inangahua many years ago sent part of a mountain side cascading into the river, creating what is now called the “Earthquake Rapids Section” which is composed of 13 rapids down a 11 kilometer section. It is by far the best section of the Buller River for rafting and is considered one of New Zealand’s classic whitewater runs. Join us today!

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