Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park and is located in the sunniest region of the country. Within its 23,000 hectares (56,834 acres) it houses protected wildlife and some of the most beautiful New Zealand coastlines.

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Our Northern kayaking tours take you to Tonga Marine Reserve, the jewel of the crown. It is a seal hot-spot, and a majour highlight in Abel Tasman National Park.  Share your company with not only seals, but dolphins and Little Blue Penguin who frequent  these calm waters.

Our Southern kayaking tours are a popular addition, showcasing the stunning beaches, bird sanctuary of Adele Island and more.

Many walking tracks 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 going  into the water and experiencing the park in sea kayaks.