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Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle is a family owned company that offers tours in the Abel Tasman National Park. Our boats are designed for easy access with ramps(no steps or stairs), protection from the elements and toilets on board. Our reputation is built...more
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2 Kaiteriteri Sandy Bay Road, Motueka 7197, New Zealand
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A must do for those visiting the region for the first time. The views are just breathtaking and the guide/driver shared some great knowledge of the area. I just wish we had realised we could of got off at one of the bays for a...More
We did the tour, Seals, Bridge and Walk on August 14, 2018 my family and me. The journey from the beach of Kaiteriteri to Medlands Beach was very busy the day was very complicated because the boat was on tip, impossible to stand on the...More
We used this company to access the park and take a walk. The crew were welcoming and very helpful with their advice. They showed genuine interest on your return as to how the adventure had been. Nice commentary on board, clean toilet and an on...More
We took the Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle from Kaiteriteri to one of the lovely beaches to start our hike. The way was perfect, we had a lovely "skipper" who told us a lot about the beaches, and the nature around. We made a stop at...More
At Abel Tasman you need to access the park by boat. There are a few companies that provide this service. We used Sea Shuttle and they were fine. One can arrange to be dropped off at one spot and picked up at another. They gave...More
One has numerous options offered by this company. We found them to be reliable and a very good way to become acquainted with Abel Tasman Park, a beautiful spot and lovely park on the northern part of the southern island of New Zealand. We took...More
We had only one day to discover Abel Tasman National Park: we decided to purchase a one-day tour with the company Sea Shuttle and had a fabulous time.
We chose their most popular option: "Discover Day Option B Forest and Swing Bridge". We left at...More
We were really enjoy this awesome cruise. Starting from Kaiteriteri Beach, two options available, half scenic cruise up to Medlands Beach, or full scenic cruise up to Totaranui. Passengers can choose to drop on any beach and then pick up later on the same spot...More
We took the 9.00am cruise from Kaiteriteri Beach, along almost the entire coastline, with a running commentary from the crew. The cruise lasted for 2.5 hours with stops along the way to drop off and collect passengers. We then returned to Medlands Beach from where...More
Hi, I think the easiest sections for walking are anywhere from Marahau through to Awaroa. We got dropped off by water taxi to Torrens Bay and walked to Awaroa and it was about 6.5 hours including breaks which was quite a... More
Hi, I think the easiest sections for walking are anywhere from Marahau through to Awaroa. We got dropped off by water taxi to Torrens Bay and walked to Awaroa and it was about 6.5 hours including breaks which was quite a big day but is probably the most scenic part of the track in my opinion. The Awaroa Lodge was absolutely lovely, particularly the meals but it all depends what sort of budget your on. Heading towards Totaranui from Awaroa does have some steep sections but if you are really fit it won't be a problem This webpage is very helpful abeltasmancentre. co. nz /abel-tasman-map and find the map which has with water taxi times and walking times. (Trip advisor won't allow full URL's sorry so take out the spaces I added for correct URL) For more information just email the Abel Tasman Centre, I am sure they could answer all questions. For low key but very relaxing accommodation at the start of the track the Old McDonalds Camping ground has lots of options with cabins etc. All the best, the scenery is truly stunning!!