New Zealand’s smallest yet most popularNational Park famous for it’s golden beachesand sculptured granite cliffs.
Abel Tasman is fortunate to enjoy one of the warmest and calmest climates in the country allowing for a diversity of activities to take place within the park including walks, kayaking, swimming, sailing, canyoning, boat cruises and more.
The Abel Tasman is one of New Zealand’s “Great Walks” and now the proud home of “New Zealand’s Own Beach” which is collectively owned by the public after a successful crowdfunding campaign to purchase the beach off private owners in 2016.
As with anything, the best advice often comes from the locals which is why we’ve compiled our “best of” series in accommodation, eating out and activities in the Abel Tasman region stretching from the city of Nelson right through to the golden sands of the Abel Tasman National Park.
Visiting the Abel Tasman National Park?
When it comes to visiting the magical Abel Tasman National Park, experience only the best with our handy local guides.