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A fast and thrilling jet boat ride across Lake Te Anau towards Dock Bay for an up-close peek into Fiordland National Park. Lots of spins, spray and laughter!
From the moment the accelerator hits the floor, your adrenaline hits the roof! Enjoy a fast and thrilling jet boat ride across Lake Te Anau, full of spins, spray and laughs!
Speed across picturesque Lake Te Anau - the largest of the southern glacial lakes, surrounded by majestic mountains and ancient forests - it’s a seriously magical place. Legend has it that Rakaihautu, a legendary Maori leader, part of the first migrators to New Zealand, named the great lakes while exploring the South Island.
Marvel at the Murchison Mountains, which rise a staggering 1,400 metres above the lake surface as you skim across the pristine waters towards Dock Bay. Look across at the ancient beech forests that surround Lake Te Anau, unchanged for 80 million years.
Your guide will fill you in on some fascinating New Zealand history. Get a taste of the past, as you learn about early European pioneers, and get a great introduction to one New Zealand’s pristine native forests, and world-famous walking tracks.
This experience is part of the Responsible Range as it was awarded a Qualmark Enviro-Gold award.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
All trips subject to suitable weather conditions.
Please wear sensible shoes. Sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended. Warm layers and a beanie are advised in colder months.
This experience departs from Te Anau.