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Abel Tasman: The Two Gods - Unguided Walk

An extraordinary kayaking expedition set deep within the heart of the stunning Abel Tasman National Park and an unguided walk within the lush subtropical forests. An adventure of a lifetime that will bring you back to nature.

Renowned for its golden deserted beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, world famous coastal track, crystal clear waters and lush subtropical forests, the Abel Tasman National Park is a secluded paradise just waiting to be discovered.

Your full day adventure will begin with a trip by water taxi to Tonga Island Marine Reserve, the jewel of the Abel Tasman.

Here you will venture into the realms of the god of the sea Tangaroa as you kayak the length of the reserve over water's so clear you will feel like you're flying. There's a vast array of marine and wildlife to be enjoyed in this beautiful reserve and you may even have dolphins, seals and penguins accompanying you on your tour.

Explore the home of Tane Mahuta, the god of the forest as you embark upon an unguided scenic walk from Onetahuti, a stunning horse shoe shaped beach to Bark Bay, one of the Abel Tasman's most stunning beaches. The views to be enjoyed on this walk are simply breathtaking.

On your return trip to Marahau by water taxi, you'll get the chance to sit back, relax and reflect on the day's epic adventure.


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 live and breathe the soul of a region which can only be described as paradise.


Duration: allow 7.5 hours

Location: Departing from Marahau, approx 19kms north of Motueka

Conditions: Minimum 12 years, under the age of 16 you need to be accompanied by an adult on a 1 to 1 ratio

Price: $230 per person



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Angela Gibbs from New Zealand wrote on 03 May 2014

Fantastic was to see Abel Tasman

What a terrific day experience! We saw beautiful scenery on the boat ride to our kayak start point, and then got up close and personal with the beaches, rock formations, birds and fur seals. We watch baby seals playing in the water from 20 feet away and saw stingrays swimming right under us!! The paddling was not hard and the pace relaxed. Then we had a terrific lunch on the beach, swapping stories with the friendly guide and other travelers. Our afternoon hike thru the rain forest was beautiful as well. Waterfalls, swing bridges, beautiful coastal views - amazing. A terrific day!

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Lauren Brooks from United States wrote on 21 April 2014

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The only disappointing part was the weather! Everything else was exceptional!

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Carolin Thomsen from Germany wrote on 05 February 2014

A beautiful day

It was a beautiful day with a very nice and experienced guide. We saw sea lions with their babies and penguines. Sweet as! The lunch was delicious. I really recommend it!

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