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Golden sand, sheltered cove with plenty to explore as you swim, or enjoy the sun from the beach. Also a load of beach side tourist companies who will take you on various tours of the coastal part of Abel Tasman National Park!
We love Kaiteriteri beach. It look fabulous, lots of interesting spots to picnic and swim. You feel safe swimming here. The trails off the campground need better signage while on them. Our favourite month is February but have been back again in March and the...More
If you are just wanting to cool off or lie on the beach, this beach is up there, beautiful golden sands. Across the road you are able to buy a coffee or an ice cream. And if feeling hungry there are many options of food...More
Gateway to the Able Tasman National Park and what an entrance, stunning golden sand and blue inviting water. You can rent kayaks and take a boat trip into the Park itself. There’s a motor camp and other accomodation options there like apartments
Awesome place to visit. The Beach is beautiful and great for a good walk. Kaiteriteri Lodge is just close to the Beach and their accomodation is pleasant in spite of being a BackPackers haven. The Beach is patrolled well to maintain safety. The tourists and...More
Lovely beach that can get quite busy in January. At high tide it does shelf quite quickly so parents beware. At low tide it is perfect for kids. Lots of boats leave here for Abel Tasman. In Europe this beach would be surrounded by high...More
I have already answered this question a few weeks back. I do not know about bus schedules, I'm afraid, and in any case would recommend renting a car in order to get around New Zealand: the roads are generally quiet and the... More
I have already answered this question a few weeks back. I do not know about bus schedules, I'm afraid, and in any case would recommend renting a car in order to get around New Zealand: the roads are generally quiet and the population centres very sparse, s it is unlikely that buses will be frequent enough for conveniently getting around such an extensive area,
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Kaiteriteri Beach is located on a peninsula near Abel Tasman National Park. You could classify it as remote. Your best bet is to rent a car; we used Omega last year and they worked out great. While in the Abel Tasman area... More
Kaiteriteri Beach is located on a peninsula near Abel Tasman National Park. You could classify it as remote. Your best bet is to rent a car; we used Omega last year and they worked out great. While in the Abel Tasman area you'd need a car anyhow. The drive between Nelson and Kaiteriteri is slow. I'd say 2 hours for no nail biting deadlines. Be sure to visit some of the cellar doors at the wineries--wonder lunches and great experience.