Abel Tasman National Park

At 22,530 hectares, Abel Tasman is New Zealand’s smallest national park.

Known for forest-fringed, golden beaches, calm azure waters, sculpted granite headlands and islands. Two tracks, one inland and one coastal, run through Abel Tasman National Park.

It has a mild climate that is comfortable year-round.

Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its golden beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, and its world-famous coast track.

Abel Tasman Coastal Track is 60km long, running between Marahau and Wainui Inlet. It takes 4 days to walk the whole track. Most people walk the most popular part of the track in 3 days from Marahau to Totaranui. The track is well-serviced by water taxis up until Totaranui.
Golden Bay (over the Takaka Hill – or around Separation Point if going by sea)



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