A New Zealand charm, the Abel Tasman National Park!
Home to one of New Zealand’s great walks. Explore the depths of New Zealand in its purest form and plan a trip to one of NZ’s iconic location for sightseeing. Envelop yourself in golden beaches, rain forest and wildlife all in a few days walk or even a day trip. Does this sounds like? Check out our tips below!
Why should I visit the Abel Tasman National Park. Apart from offering once in a lifetime experiences the Park gives you the opportunity to rewind, relax and explore an environment second to none. Give me an example you say? Onetahuti beach found just over half way into the park boasts a golden sand with a forest like backdrop. What more could you want to take a break or explore what NZ has to offer.
How do I get there?
As you pass through the township of Motueka continue driving North towards Kaiteriteri. This marks thebeginning of the Abel Tasman National Park. Furthermore on the way to Kaiteriteri don’t miss the famous Real Fruit Ice Cream parlor. To start your journey into the park jump onto the Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle and venture into the depths of one of New Zealand’s biggest National Parks. The shuttle takes you up to 6 stops into the Park offering you the flexibility as to how far you want to work. We recommend you travel all the way into the park. Therefore you avoid many other tourist and gain the benefits of untouched nature.
Are there activities?
The Abel Tasman Great Walk is known for its stunning ecological features including dense rain forest to golden struck beaches. In addition you can spend up to 5 days venturing through the length of the park or chose to take a boat half way in and only complete half the walk. Not only is walking an attraction but the park also offers water based activities. This includes, sea kayaking and paddle boarding. Above all, no matter what you enjoy doing the park offers something for everyone from thrill seekers to people who just want to lay back and relax in the depths of nature. Visit the park now and explore what nature has to offer here in NZ.