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Wilsons Abel Tasman

1 Kaiteriteri-Sandy Bay Rd, Abel Tasman National Park 7197, New Zealand
+64 3-528 2027
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Tramp in style!

We did this several years ago, great, but even better this time! Hard to go wrong with anything in... read more

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richardcI9593JM
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Plymouth, United Kingdom
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1st time kayak

We had a lovely first kayak in the Abel Tasman, once we got the hang of it we thoroughly enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Peter C
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Vista Cruise, Water Taxi, Walk, Sea Kayak Abel Tasman National Park, guided and independent Combinations to suit you, year-round. A family business welcoming visitors since 1841! Options from 2 hours to 5 days. Overnight at Torrent Bay Lodge or Meadowbank Homestead – Awaroa on the beachfront within Park boundaries. Ensuite accommodation, fine food, no heavy packs to carry. Travel with multiple NZ Tourism Award winners. Let us take care of the details while you switch off and enjoy.
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1 Kaiteriteri-Sandy Bay Rd, Abel Tasman National Park 7197, New Zealand
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We did this several years ago, great, but even better this time! Hard to go wrong with anything in the Abel Tasman National Park, but Wilson’s real put the icing on the cake and more! Great organisation, facilities and staff/guides - most important! All accommodations...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had a lovely first kayak in the Abel Tasman, once we got the hang of it we thoroughly enjoyed it! Thanks for being patient Tim!

Thank Peter C
Reviewed 3 days ago

Went to the kiosk at Kaiteriteri and told the lass we didn't want any kayaking nor walking in this heat (very hot day!) so asked what she suggested. Just a cruise then? Sold! We had a 4+ hour cruise up the Abel Tasman, calling in...More

Thank Latestarted
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I and our two teenage boys are just back from Wilsons 3 day walk and Kayak trip. We were expecting it to be great - it met and surpassed our expectations. Kayaking is definitely the best way to see this national park....More

Thank 22KiwiTraveller22
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

They are the main operator for this region. They are very well organized but you must book well in advance if you want to stay in their two lodges in the park. I did the 3 day walk. If you have time, go for the...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wilson's are super professional and offer great options for various trips by boat or kayak around the national park. We took two trips over two days completing various walks with time to enjoy the beaches. Highly recommended.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wilson’s provides the option we needed for a single day in the Abel Tasman NP. We took their option 6, which gave us a cruise to Medland’s bay, taking in the coastal scenery on the way, followed by a self guided walking tour back to...More

Thank Grembo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a fantastic day doing the combined boat trip then Kayaking (wonderful guide called Tim made it a fantastic experience!!) then boat to drop off for walk back to Medlands Beach then boat trip back... a great way to get a taste of the...More

Thank GreensinOz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our pickup van at the Nelson hotel was on time.The boat trip was well organized from Kaiteriteri to Tonga Quarry, stopping briefly so we could see seals on rocks in the bay. We'd ordered a picnic lunch from Wilson's which was ample and delicious. The...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed very much my kayak tour with a wonderful Indian guide ( that I forgot his name was a hard one to remember)and also the walking tour of 3 hours .

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Phil R
March 11, 2017|
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Response from HLHAbeltas | Property representative |
Hi there, it is possible for one to kayak and the other to walk, cruise or relax on the beach. Please email us or call us with your booking number to discuss all the options
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jeyates
March 9, 2017|
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Response from HLHAbeltas | Property representative |
For day trips, we use Abel Tasman Coachlines. Overnight, Lodge-based trips include transport on our own coach from Nelson.
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Larry T
March 4, 2017|
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Response from HLHAbeltas | Property representative |
There are photos on the website. Hover over A Day in the headings along the top of the home page to find the page for Picnic Lunches.
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