The breathtaking Abel Tasman National Park boasts tranquil golden bays, sea drowned valleys, lush tropical forests and an array of marine and wildlife making it the ideal location for an extraordinary kayaking expedition.
Abel Tasman - The Worlds No.1 Kayaking Destination
Join us on a memorable kayaking tour discovering the very best of the region in just half a day.
Your friendly and knowledgeable guides will take you deep into the Astrolabe region of the park which is home to some of the most scenic and visually stunning islands and beaches within the Abel Tasman.
Visitors from all over the world come to New Zealand to experience the magic of the Abel Tasman National Park - Come and see for yourself why it's so highly acclaimed as you experience a region which can only be described as paradise.
Kayak tour options
Duration: 8.30am to 1.30pm (Check in at 8.15am)
Duration: 11.30am to 4.30pm (Check in at 11.15am)
Location: Departing from Marahau, approximately 19km's north of Motueka
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