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Driftkartz Indoor Go Kart Speedway

http://www.driftkartz.co.nz/

An oval speedway racing track and purpose-built go-karts combine to offer an exciting drift racing experience.

Freefall Xtreme

http://www.freefallxtreme.com/

Freefall skydive simulator, lifting participants several metres into the air on a column of wind.

Nzone

http://www.nzone.biz/

Tandem skydiving experience with a qualified jumpmaster, from a choice of several heights. Also offers an accelerated skydiving training course.

Off Road New Zealand

http://www.offroadnz.co.nz/

Off road vehicle adventures, including monster truck driving and a 4WD bush safari. The complex also offers sprint car racing, clay bird shooting, archery and golf driving. Situated 15 minutes north of Rotorua on SH5.

Planet Bike

http://www.planetbike.co.nz/

Guided short, half-day and multi-day mountain bike tours along Whakarewarewa Forest's 40km of purpose-built tracks. Bike hire service also available.

Rotorua Bungy

http://www.rotoruabungy.co.nz/

Tandem and solo bungy jumps from a purpose-built 43 metre bungy tower.

Rotorua Luge

http://www.skylineskyrides.co.nz/rotorua/ssr_luge/

Three concrete sealed luge tracks for luge riders of all ability levels. Situated minutes from Rotorua's City centre, on the side of Mount Ngongotaha. Access is via a gondola cableway.

Rotorua Swoop

http://www.swoop.co.nz/

One to three people are strapped into hang-gliding harnesses, and released from a height of 40m, giving a sensation of 3G of acceleration at up to 130km/hr.

Zorb Rotorua

http://www.zorb.co.nz/

Home of the world's first Zorb site, with two straight tracks and a zig-zag track. A Zorb is a giant inflated, dimpled plastic ball (like a massive golf ball) with a hollow centre into which one or more people are strapped before being rolled down a hill.