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Wildwire Wanaka is an adventure company that offers a unique and exhilarating way to explore the stunning scenery of New Zealand’s South Island. The company specialises in waterfall climbing, which involves ascending steel rungs and cables that are fixed to the rock alongside cascading waterfalls. The company operates on a private working deer farm, nestled in the mountains, 20 minutes’ drive from Wanaka. The farm is home to the Twin Falls, a spectacular pair of waterfalls that are over 450 metres high. Wildwire Wanaka offers three levels of waterfall climbing, from introductory to advanced, suitable for different abilities and preferences. No previous experience is required, as the company provides all the safety equipment and training needed. The company also offers scenic flights, hiking tours and cultural visits to complement the climbing experience.
Wildwire Wanaka is committed to conserving and celebrating the natural beauty and wildlife of the region. The company operates with minimal impact on the environment, using solar power and eco-friendly products wherever possible. The company also supports local communities and initiatives, such as providing scholarships, creating employment opportunities, sponsoring conservation research and donating to anti-poaching efforts. Wildwire Wanaka also aims to educate and inspire its guests about the importance of protecting this fragile ecosystem and its inhabitants.
Wildwire Wanaka is located in the heart of the Southern Alps, a mountain range that stretches across the South Island of New Zealand. The region is renowned for its stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife and outdoor activities. Wanaka is a charming lakeside town that offers a range of attractions, such as cafes, restaurants, shops, galleries and museums. The town is also a gateway to some of the most popular destinations in the region, such as Mount Aspiring National Park, Lake Hawea, Cardrona Valley and Queenstown.
Wildwire Wanaka is accessible by air or by road. The nearest airport is Queenstown Airport, which is about an hour’s drive from Wanaka. The airport is serviced by domestic flights from Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, as well as international flights from Australia. Alternatively, guests can drive to Wanaka from Queenstown (about 1 hour), Christchurch (about 5 hours) or Dunedin (about 3 hours), depending on the road conditions. The company can arrange transfers from either option.