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Abel Tasman Overnight

Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest national park and is located in the South Island. With its mild climate at any time of the year it is a perfect kayaking destination. Known for its nice beaches, granite cliffs and not at least for its wildlife, the region invites you for an unforgettable adventure.

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2 or 3 DAY KAYAK AND WALKING TOUR - Camping and Catered

This fully guided overnight option allows you to experience the unique coastal paradise of the Abel Tasman by land and sea on this hassle-free adventure. Explore one of New Zealand's adventure tourism icons by sea kayak. The Abel Tasman coastline is characterised by near-shore islands, sheltered waters, estuaries and golden sandy beaches. This marine reserve is home to a New Zealand Fur seal colony, and marine and terrestrial birds are abundant along the coastal margin. The park is sheltered from ocean swells, and enjoys a mild climate in New Zealand's sunniest region, making it an excellent place to visit throughout the year. Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park. It protects 23,000 hectares of the most natural stretch of easily accessible coastline in New Zealand. Our walking track follows the picturesque coastline with its pristine golden sand beaches and calm turquoise waters, climbing up to awesome views, then down again for a refreshing swim or picnic before we take to the water and experience the park coastline from a seal's-eye view in our sea kayaks.

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THE CLASSIC TOUR - 2 OR 3 DAY Lodge Options

This fully catered adventure kayaks the coastline from beautiful Totaranui in the North down to the golden shores of Marahau. Spacious and spectacular; the northern section is seldom visited by others. Completely immerse yourself in the natural wonders of the Abel Tasman National Park. Experience it all from paddling with seals, relaxing on numerous beaches, exploring lagoons, islands and Maori village Pa sites to learning about local history and lore. It's a relaxing, content-rich and memorable experience. This is truly an amazing trip. What more could you ask for?!