Wairaurahiri Jet is located in a very remote area of New Zealand and covers 94 Kms of jet boating into the heart of the Fiordland National Park. Travelling across Lake Hauroko and down to the rugged southern Waitutu coast via the wild Wairaurahiri River, this is an exhilarating day in the great outdoors.
Wairaurahiri Jet is an eco-tourist operation transporting travellers, hunters and trampers, to the remote areas of Fiordland National Park. Visitors are offered a jet boat ride up and down the Wairaurahiri River, with a guided walk in the Waitutu forest viewing and identifying indigenous flora and fauna.
You're also get the option of sponsoring stoat trap for two years and enjoy a jet boat ride to the Waitutu Forest. The focus of the Wairaurahiri Jet tourist operation is to experience a remote part of Fiordland National Park many visitors, including New Zealanders, never get to see! The bush and birdlife in the Waitutu forest is very special.