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Queenstown canyoning.co.nz will be promoting two new high-adrenalin canyoning products to international buyers at TRENZ 2014, on in Auckland 18-21 May.
The Dart Canyon and the Mt Earnslaw Heli Canyon offer a more interactive style of canyoning, with customers doing their own rapelling and carabina work, explains Canyoning Director and Canyon Finder Mike Enright.
“These new canyons offer spectacular scenery completely hidden to the public, plus a new challenge in the adventure tourism industry with the heights, spaces and the level of real self-achievement customers receive on completion.
“We’ve offered our two ‘classic canyons’ The Queenstown and The Routeburn for the last 14 years. They are easily accessed, suitable for all ages and abilities and require no experience – even non-swimmers can come through the Queenstown canyon.
“Our new canyons take it to the next level and allow customers to be part of a high adrenalin adventure sport in a controlled environment – they love it!”
Customers are assisted by professional guides while photographers – hanging from cliffs – takes photos and videos so they can relive the experience forever and share it with family and friends on social media.
“We want our customers to walk away feeling like they’ve learned new skills and more about themselves and New Zealand, having seen, tasted and jumped right in the heart of it.”
Canyoning.co.nz is one of around 20 adventure tourism operators that will be exhibiting at TRENZ 2014.
Canyoning.co.nz has more than 22 years’ experience in the Queenstown adventure tourism industry. Mike Enright was one of the technical experts that contributed to the development of the Canyoning Activity Safety Guideline