Abel Tasman National Park
Paddling out into the waters of the Abel Tasman National Park, the waves gently lapping against the kayak, you get the sense of being in a true wilderness, completely cut off from the outside world. The waters stretch away to the shoreline, densely covered in native forest with vast stretches of golden sands, ideal for a spot of sunbathing during a kayaking trip.
The park combines activity with relaxation, with treks through the mossy valleys and rugged outcrops rewarded with a leisurely beach break and a sedate snorkel through the crystal clear waters. A private helicopter flight and luxury cruise opens up the more remote regions of this breathtaking landscape, taking you deeper into the magical beauty of Abel Tasman.