Abel Tasman National Park

The Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park at 22,350ha. Established in 1942 it is famous for its golden beaches, turquoise waters, native bush walks and spectacular scenery.

There are two walking tracks; the beautiful coastal track which takes 3-5 days to walk the entire length and the more remote inland track through the hilly center of the park which also takes 3 -5 days.

Many visitors kayak or walk part of the way. You can mix and match your own itinerary so talk to us at Abel Tasman Kayaks about your plans and we can help create the perfect itinerary for you.