New Zealand has over 425,000km of rivers and streams, around 4,000 lakes and over 200 underground aquifers. Our South Island lakes, near the southern alps were mainly carved by glaciers along with a network of man made lake systems which are used for power generation for a large portion of the New Zealand electricity requirements.
South Island Rivers are the Holy Grail of jet boating throughout the world. Ice Bluewater, shallow braids, and amazing landscape. It's no wonder the
White Water Rafting / Kayaking
With our relatively short & shallow rivers, New Zealand has some stunning opportunities on the white water. If this isn't your cup of tea, one of our over three thousand lakes will provide you with stunning scenery during your paddle.
New Zealand is one of the worlds best freshwater fishing spots, windy rivers, vast lakes and trout in abundance.
Shredding on lake Hawea. A lake this big you can nearly always find some flat water.
Pristine conditions and crystal clear water make paddleboarding accessible and fun.