Abel Tasman National Park Overview

The Abel Tasman National Park is an absolute coastal paradise that you can explore by sailing a catamaran, cruise boat, sea kayak, or water taxi. There are luxurious lodges where you can stay but camping here, under the stars is considered to be one of the best experiences. Sunbathing, sedate snorkelling, and hiking are some of the most famous activities here.

New Zealand's smallest national park, the Abel Tasman is a paradise for hikers and trekkers. Offering a pristine coastline, turquoise bays, exotic birds, colourful marine life, small waterfalls, charishma of the park is eternal and leaves the visitors with everlasting memories.

Walk along with the small villages, or enjoy natural scenery on board a kayak, or fly high over the Awaroa Bay for 360-degree views, or opt for a cruise to have a memorable experience. Refuel yourself at the Awaroa Lodge, sunbathe, swim, snorkel, or just enjoy a stunning sunset by the golden beach. Do whatever you like and feel refreshed.

Enjoy a relaxing stay at any of the luxurious lodges or opt for a stay under the stars to experience the ultimate harmony of the Abel Tasman. Whether you have just a few hours or some days, spend your time visiting stunning places or indulging in activities at this one of the extraordinary New Zealand tourist attractions.


• Discover the marine reserve which is considered to be a paradise for nature lovers.
• Explore golden sandy beaches and lush native forests by signing up for Abel Tasman coastal track.
• Try your hand at kayaking because this national park’s crystal clear waters serve as the best spot for kayaking.
• Relish a lot of Abel Tasman’s scenery via kayak tour if you wish to experience this park’s true natural beauty.
• Witness many animals in their natural habitat including the likes of rock crabs, hermit crabs, snapper crabs, penguins and dolphins on Tonga Island.

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