Take a look at our extensive selection of high-octane and low-key activities!

Hukafalls Jet takes pride in collaborating with esteemed operators in Taupō, providing incredible discounts on combined bookings. Our team has meticulously chosen partner products that mirror our commitment to outstanding service and extraordinary experiences.

From exploring the Taupō rock carving of Ngātoroirangi in the famous Mine Bay to adrenaline filled activities such as sky diving, bungy jumping and white water rafting, there is a combo sure to fit your exploration style!

Great Lake Taupō is such an amazing holiday destination, so why not make the most of your time here by filling your stay with great combo activities!


Taupo Classic

Cruise Lake Taupō to the Mine Bay Māori rock carvings, then jet boat to Huka Falls!

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Huka Freefall

If you have the need for extreme speed, then Huka Freefall is the combo for you!

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Jump Jet Bungy Experience

Leap from the highest water touch bungy platform in New Zealand

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H2-OH White Water Adventure

Lake Taupo’s most exciting white water adventure.

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When you explore Taupō, you'll discover a multitude of captivating attractions in the district that are worth experiencing. From the awe-inspiring wonders of Tongariro National Park to an array of exhilarating adrenaline activities, this district offers something for everyone. However, few sights in the world can compare to the breathtaking Māori carvings in Mine Bay, Taupō, leaving visitors in awe-inspiration.

No matter how you visit – the Hukafalls Jet team reminds you of the importance of respecting the cultural significance of the carvings, as well as the natural environment hosting them. Respecting the site by following guidelines on tours, and protecting the carvings from damage for future generations to enjoy. Koa to haerenga – enjoy your visit!

The Mine Bay Māori rock carvings are a testament to the skill and impressive craftsmanship of tangata whenua artists. These Māori carvings can only be viewed by boat, and there are several ways you can do this:

  1. Paddleboard or kayak out yourself! One for the adrenaline junkies…
  2. Book a guided tour. This is a great way to learn more about the history of the Mine Bay Māori rock carvings, and often these allow for other sightseeing encounters on the way.
  3. If you’re feeling fancy, charter a private boat. You can customise an itinerary to suit and enjoy privacy and space.