On the shores of Lake Rotoiti in North Island, New Zealand is the little town of Okere Falls, well known amongst the rafters and kayakers for its rapid water flow. Ingrained with Maori history, beautiful lakesides and waterfalls, Okere Falls claims to have the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world, at 7 metres and alongside the rafting experience, this place has a popular fishing spot – the Trout Pool. It is also home to the Okere Falls Store which hosts the annual beer fest in October.
Set on the shores of Lake Rotoiti and about 21 kilometres north of the city of Rotorua in New Zealand is the town of Okere Falls. A part of the Kaituna River, this little town is well known in the circle of kayakers and rafters for its high-frequency water flow, with the rapids and waterfalls here are a popular spot for adventure sports. Okere Falls has laid claim to the fact that it has the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world at 7 metres and this attracts a considerable number of rafting and kayaking lovers to pump up the adrenaline.
If you plan to see the Tutea Cave, it is advised to be careful while walking on the steps as they remain moist and are slippery.