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Bridge to Nowhere Tours

Pipiriki, New Zealand
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Jennifer wrote a review Oct 2021
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We had a fantastic trip today with this company...thankyou for your professionalism and knowledge. Ben was a great guide. We learnt so much about the local history and especially enjoyed the jetboat experience on way back to Pipiriki.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Barry N M wrote a review Apr 2021
Tauranga, New Zealand29 contributions4 helpful votes
We had a fantastic day with jet boat tour and walk to bridge to nowhere today. Thanks team for a great experience and a professional trip. We felt very safe with Jonathon as our tour guide.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Kalangadoo wrote a review Jan 2021
New Zealand144 contributions55 helpful votes
We chose the Jetboat/Bridge to Nowhere walk and talk/Canoe option and we had a FANTASTIC time. Our contact with Joe as we booked and made arrangements was efficient and pleasant, our guide (Jonathan) was relaxed, thoughtful and knowledgeable and the area - spectacular. We learned a lot, didn't think about work or chores for a whole day and we will be recommending Bridge to Nowhere Tours to everyone who will listen. Really A++++++ experience.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Neil B wrote a review Dec 2020
Auckland, New Zealand1033 contributions298 helpful votes
We had a great time on our tour, which was a jet boat ride an hour up river and a 40 minute bush walk to the Bridge to Nowhere (then the same in reverse). It’s a beautiful part of NZ that you can only visit by boat. Our guide Jonathan was really good; friendly and imparted lots of local knowledge and history. Jonathan carried in tea, coffee and cookies for our break at the Bridge to Nowhere but we had all packed a picnic lunch as well. While at the Bridge, Johnathan gave a interesting talk about the settlers who had tried to break in the land and make a go of it post WWI. The tour departs from Pipiriki, which is pretty remote - nothing there and no mobile phone coverage. Anyone doing any adventuring on the Whanganui River should read the historical novel “Landings” by Jenny Patrick. It’s set in the early 1900s, when steam boat excursions from Wanganui (as it was then) to Pipiriki were very popular.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Albert wrote a review Dec 2020
China1 contribution
I was dropping into the water without guid. The whole experience of this trip is terrible. My cellphone gets wet and broken
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Date of experience: November 2020
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