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Zipline & Native Forest Experience

Embark on a journey of discovery on Waiheke Island, just 30 minutes from downtown Auckland, with the 3-hour EcoZip Experience. After being picked up at the ferry terminal, enjoy a Waiheke tour showcasing all the highlights – the island Lonely Planet named ‘the
playground of the gods’.

Once arriving at EcoZip HQ – located high on a hill with spectacular sea views to Auckland City – take to the skies on our unique ziplines. With dual cables each over 200m long, fly side-by-side a friend in an unforgettable shared experience.

Conservation is at the heart of our business so while you’re zipping with us you’re directly contributing to the preservation and protection of a beautiful, yet once threatened, piece of NZ rainforest. When you stroll through our forest with your guides you’ll gain a glimpse of 100% Pure New Zealand, experience our dedication to protecting it, and hear the stories of how this spectacular land has changed and adapted.

Social Protocols

  1. Respect the environment - You will be out in nature for this experience so please help protect our environment by taking all your rubbish with you.
  2. Be a great listener - Have fun and stay safe by following instructions carefully.
  3. Stay safe in the outdoors - Your guides know the environment better than anyone and are there to keep you safe; listen to ALL their instructions, ALL the time.
  4. Turn your phone off - Make sure you don't use your phone while your guides are talking. If you need to make a call, please ask your guide/teacher first.

Cultural Protocols

  1. A chance to relax - This experience is one way Kiwis like to relax and enjoy life so it will seem very relaxed. Have fun, enjoy slowing down (away from work or study) and relax!
  2. Don't be shy - Kiwis are very friendly, open people so this experience is a great opportunity to not be shy, smile lots and make some new friends.
  3. Hello and goodbye in Māori - If you want to start practising some basic Māori phrases, you could try using ‘Kia ora’ (hello) and ‘Ka kite’ (goodbye).
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