Abel Tasman National Park
We are incredibly lucky to be located only a short drive away from the start of the Abel Tasman National Park. Known for its' beaches and walking tracks, Abel Tasman National Park is an absolute must if you are visiting the Nelson Region!
Wilson's Boat Tours
One of the best parts of the Abel Tasman is its gorgeous golden beaches. These beaches are only acccessible by boat, so to fully immerse yourself in the Park, we recommend using Wilson's Boat Tours. With water-taxis leaving daily from Kaiteriteri beach, and options to get off and walk some of the tracks leading from the beaches, Wilson's offers morning, afternoon or full-day packages so you can experience some of the best beaches and walking tracks in the world.
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Split Apple Rock
One of the most famous landmarks in the Abel Tasman National Park is Split Apple Rock. When it split is unknown but it gained its' name in a very literal sense, as it looks like an apple that has been split cleanly in half. Accessible by kayaks and boat, it is a natural wonder that is not to be missed.
Abel Tasman Kayaks
Another great way to see the Abel Tasman is by kayak. With the option to rent out a kayak and explore at your own leisure, or be a part of a guided tour, Abel Tasman Kayaks offers various different tours to suit everyone. Based in Marahau, only 15 minutes' drive from the Chalets, this is a great way to experience some of the Abel Tasman's best sights and sounds up close and personal. Watch the video below to learn more about the various options Abel Tasman Kayaks provide.