September 2, 2020

Ten reasons to ride with KJet these school holidays!

Looking for things to do in Queenstown these school holidays? Look no further than KJet!

No. 1 – Value

KJet trips are fantastic value for money! Our 60 minute trips cover 45kms on Lake Wakatipu, and the mighty Shotover and Kawarau Rivers.

No. 2 – Location

KJet trips depart every hour on the hour from the main town pier, walking distance from all centrally located hotels – perfect for little legs!

No. 3 – Family Friendly

We are super family friendly! We tailor each of our trips to suit our clients and our family pack is a super deal at $296 for 2 adults and 2 children and we’ve got a great special at the moment – free Winnies pizza with every family pack purchased.

No. 4 – Littlies love it

Little people like to Jet boat too! We can take littlies on our Big Yellow boats from the age of two, as long as they can fit one of our lifejackets and may need to sit on their caregivers’ knee.

No. 5 – Luxury

Our boats have luxurious seats and handrails.

No. 6 – Experienced

We have been Jet boating for years – since the summer of 1958! Operating for over 60 years means that we know our stuff. Our Big Yellows have set industry benchmarks, we were the first to design and implement roll bar systems and twin-engine technology.

No. 7 – The Drivers

KJet drivers are extremely knowledgeable. They will share loads of information about Queenstown, Jet boats, and the Shotover and Kawarau Rivers.

No. 8 – Proof!

What a way to brag to you friends about your new adrenaline junkie status?!

No. 9 – Global

Our fun team of drivers and pier staff are from all over the globe – come down and meet us!

No. 10 – Time Tripper

Kids love visiting the main town pier, they can see the fish and ducks that lie beneath and learn the history of the region when they head down to Time Tripper for only $5 per child. Time Tripper is our new renovated Underwater Observatory product –  you can learn more about Time Tripper here. 

Want to Jet boat in Queenstown with the world’s first? Book now!

  • KJet boat in the Kawarau River