Go Travel New Zealand - - Rotorua -


The only hu­man pow­ered mono­rail race track in the en­tire world! Take a leisurely ride and en­joy see­ing NZ scenery from a whole new per­spec­tive. Feel­ing en­er­getic? You can race one on one or two on two with max­i­mum speeds of up to 50kms. With male and fe­male world records and coun­try and age up for grabs – just lean back and get ped­dling!


Learn to fly with New Zealand’s only body fly­ing ex­pe­ri­ence! The team will suit you up and give you some train­ing be­fore es­cort­ing you out onto our 12m in­flated flight deck - with winds pow­er­ing up at 200kmph you will be held up at 3m for a minute and a half to ex­pe­ri­ence the sen­sa­tion of a sky­dive freefall – plenty of time for you to con­trol your flight and have some fun with it. As a bonus you will find out how much skin you re­ally have on your face and we throw in a new hair style free of charge!


A lit­tle Fer­rari on wa­ter, Agrojet ac­cel­er­ates from 0 -100 kmph in four sec­onds! Don’t con­fuse this with the big­ger scenic jet boat rides with larger crowds of par­tic­i­pants – this is more in­ti­mate and way too fast for leisurely soak­ing up the scenery! Only two on each trip con­sist­ing of three ex­hil­a­rat­ing laps fin­ish­ing off with a heart-thump­ing 360 de­gree spin.


Take a 43m ul­ti­mate leap of faith with our bungy - sin­gle or tan­dem. The three point safety sys­tem se­cures you from your an­kles and waist for ex­tra added re­as­sur­ance. Choose whether to jump from an­kles or chest so you can flip around and try out all your Nitro cir­cus ac­ro­batic moves!


Ex­pe­ri­ence New Zealand’s only swing of its kind – up to three are suspended in se­cure body har­nesses and slowly el­e­vated to 40m where you ac­ti­vate your own rip cord send­ing your­self rock­et­ing down­wards at 130kmph only to swoop up­wards one and a half me­tres from the ground! A thrilling ride to share with friends! Cau­tion: Swoop has been known to cause grown men to scream like school girls...

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