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The Squeeze is an experience all things kiwi. Take a scenic cruise in the Jet boat as your guide shares information on the area. Disembark your Jetboat to get into the water and 'squeeze' through a narrow crack in the cliff face whilst in warm water. Hold on tight as its thrills and spins on return!
Begin your journey with a scenic jet boat ride on the Waikato River through Tutukau Gorge. Take in the incredible landscape, learn the local history and enjoy an abundance of unique wildlife. Marvel at the 50 metre tall walls of the gorge and no visible housing for miles - just pure New Zealand landscape.
Disembark the jet boat into knee deep warm water and head towards a narrow gap in the cliff face ahead of you and start the challenge of “The Squeeze.”
After manoeuvring your way through narrow crevasses, climbing boulders and wading through warm waist deep water, you emerge in stunning native New Zealand bush.
Immerse yourself in the environment and take a moment to soak up the atmosphere while relaxing in the thermal waters of a naturally heated hot spring. Waterfalls cascade into the pool offering a serene and unique environment.
Then, re-board the jet boat and get ready for an extreme thrill ride back to base.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
There is a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 50 on this experience.
In the event of rain or inclement weather, this experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider to advise otherwise.
Please wear clothing suitable for the weather.
This experience takes place on the Waikato River, departing from Mihi. We are located half way between Rotorua and Taupo right next to the Mihi bridge.