The Rere Rockslides in New Zealand are a welcome to summer and a thrill ride to remember.
There is a place above the Wharekopae River in the north of New Zealand where riders can slide down a waterfall to their delight and pleasure.
The Rere Rockslides are a natural formation near Gisborne which attracts sliders of all ages. Dubbed ‘the worst kept secret in New Zealand’ this awesome natural wonder is a welcome respite for travelers and locals alike.
Here’s what it looks like:
Epic natural waterslide for thrill-seekers 😍
Posted by Culture Trip on Saturday, May 13, 2017
Riders can be seen sliding on boogie boards, surf boards, and even air mattresses, but a Zorb ball?
While it honestly doesn’t look that tall or daunting for the most adventurous, it certainly looks like a great place for the kids. You can find more information, including walking and driving instructions right here.