Abel Tasman National Park
Abel Tasman National Park is located in the northern region of New Zealand’s South Island and holds the title of the country’s smallest national park. Nonetheless, it has been perfectly crafted in order to provide visitors utmost relaxation and an adventurous experience. Having said that, it features beautiful golden sand beaches, massive sculptured granite cliffs, and a coast track.
In order to cover this small yet vast coastal paradise, you can either walk from Marahau from the Southern end of the park or else explore it by the means of a cruise boat, sailing catamaran, sea kayaking, or water taxi. Likewise, cruising, canyoning, hiking and guided tours are also available. Furthermore, guided tours offered are of two types- 5 days or either 3 days; choose accordingly and have a closer look into the Abel Tasman National park.
- The only coastal national park in New Zealand to feature beautiful golden beaches.
- Native wildlife plays a significant role in forming its picturesque landscapes.
- No roads; Cover it either on foot or follow the available water routes.
- Te Puketea Bay leads to the historical Maori pa site; offering panoramic views of the site.