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Raftabout part of not-to-be-missed Facebook competition

Rotorua Rafting Company Raftabout are part of exciting Rotorua weekend package giveaway worth $1200!


Raftabout, Arista of Rotorua and Mitai Maori Village are joining forces to give you an exciting Rotorua experience in a not-to-be-missed Facebook competition.

Raftabout are giving away an exciting ‘Kaituna Rafting trip’ for four people as part of the amazing prize.

Raftabout provides an awesome day out with white water rafting. You’ll get a buzz going over the highest commercially rafted waterfall while The Okere River (Kaituna) is one adventure you will never forget!

If you are looking for an awesome day out white water rafting then look no further than Raftabout, a family-owned company that aims to excel.

Raftabout offers the choice of three different rivers to white water raft. Choose which river suits your ideal adventure. All the trips offer outstanding New Zealand scenery with varying amounts of challenging white water thrown in.

Raftabout are 100 per cent New Zealand owned-and-operated, ensuring the reliability and quality of their services.

Raftabout gives you the safest, most professional, enjoyable and friendly experience available to their clients, while maintaining the scenic Rotorua environment.

Raftabout prides itself in the quality and maintenance of their equipment and the knowledge and experience of its staff.

Arista Motor Lodge are giving away two nights’ luxury accommodation in a spacious family studio in the Facebook competition while Mitai Maori Village are giving away a family pass to their Hangi and Concert show which offers you an authentic introduction to the Maori culture leaving you amazed and in awe.

To WIN an Amazing Rotorua weekend escape for four people from Raftabout simply like these three facebook pages;www.facebook.com/AristaOfRotorua, www.facebook.com/RaftaboutNZ, www.facebook.com/mitaimaorivillage and then enter your details here: https://www.facebook.com/AristaOfRotorua/app_198028816891495

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