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Always wanted to go on one of our fantastic tours into the Forgotten World? Now you can, with ZERO DEPOSIT JULY!

That's right! Now you can book tomorrow's adventure today and pay ZERO deposit! Whether it's taking an amazingly breathtaking tour on the Rail Carts, exploring the beautiful awa and all the significant cultural history it holds by jet boat or flying high above the Whanganui National Park in a helicopter, we want to make it a little less stressful to book that getaway now.

So what are you waiting for? Go on and treat yourself and the whanau to a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the Forgotten World.

The T&C's: Zero Deposit July is only valid for bookings made between 1 to 31 July 2021. Travel period: 9 October 2021 - 30 April 2022. Full payment is due 30 days before travelling date. Spaces are limited and are subject to availability.



 Our amazing Operations Manager, Kara Matheson, is stepping up to the General Manager role this season. Kara's been working and improving operations here for the last 2 years and has been an absolute asset to the company. Founders Ian and Rachel Balme were thrilled to announce Kara's appointment as the new General Manager at Forgotten World Adventures.

"Since the beginning of her employment Kara has proven herself invaluable and we're excited to see where she will take the business next," they said.

Further to Kara's promotion, Forgotten World Adventures is on an employment drive to find a new 2IC Operations Manager and guides for next season. We have also recently rented a house in Taumarunui to provide accommodation for our seasonal staff. 



Forgotten World Adventures will be announcing details of our new Whanganui River tours very soon where guests will have the opportunity to stay at either Posh Pioneers or Blue Duck Station for two nights.

Hosted by Fritz and Heather at Posh Pioneers, you will have the opportunity to explore the self-sustaining environment and join in a workshop.

Along with being self-sustaining, Posh Pioneers do have modern comforts such as USB chargers, WiFI, fully-insulated shepherd's huts, potbelly fires and luxurious linen.


Many of the activities they have on offer revolve around living sustainably, using natural materials, preserving and appreciating our environment. They grow and use their own fruit and vegetables from their large organic garden that is based on the permaculture principles of earth care, or they source them locally. 

Posh Pioneers featured recently with us on TV One's Seven Sharp. You can watch the insert by clicking the button below.



Look Out Next Month For Our August Highlight: Blue Duck Station

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