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Canyoning

Canyoning is a mix of land and water travel, descending picturesque canyons on foot (or rear end), ropes and swimming. Born by adrenalin-seekers, the growth in popularity of Canyoning in New Zealand means gentler trips are increasingly available.

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Slide down water polished chutes, jump into crystal clear pools and abseil through showering waterfalls. That's what canyoning is about! Join...

South IslandNelson RegionAbel Tasman

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North IslandCoromandelThames

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South IslandWanaka RegionWanaka

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South IslandQueenstown RegionQueenstown Township

South IslandCanterburyGeraldine

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    Save money and have fun canyoning the rivers around the greater Christchurch region. Koryn, the owner, is also more than likely to be your guide. Personalised!

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Peter Brown

United States

The i SITE system is a very effective way to plan and reserve your tours. Americans aren't familiar with such a system. We didn't know they existed until we arrived. Very helpful advice and maps. The first iSite you get to is the one in Auckland Airport!