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Abel Tasman Kayaks

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Abel Tasman Kayaks was established in 1986, realising a vision to bring visitors into the glorious Abel Tasman National Park. Sea kayaking is such a unique, low impact way to explore the beautiful golden beaches, peaceful coves and lagoons, offshore...more
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Abel Tasman National Park 7196, New Zealand
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We enjoyed kayaking with Abel Tasman Kayaks. Our kayaks were well maintained and had comfortable back support. Participants had a dry run in using sea kayaks before being launched, which was helpful. The staff to participant ratio was good. Lunch was plentiful.

Thank TravellerFaye
Reviewed 6 days ago

I spent 8 months total in NZ, and my day sea kayaking in Abel Tasman with this group remains one of my favorite experiences. The guide (Logan) was funny and easy to get along with, and he made sure the group got to know one...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

When you're a local you never seem to take advantage of the things in your backyard - and for us Nelson locals this included Abel Tasman! Family visitors gave us an excuse to explore and we set out to see more of the national park....More

Thank FBNelson
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a pleasant hike for 3 hours. Nicole then met us at a beach, gave us lunch then took us around the Tasman sea. We saw sealions, paddled around and even sailed a bit in a group of Kayaks! Highly recommended. Jolene.

1  Thank David L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked the "Earth, Sea, Sky" Tour off Season, and were brought by a water taxi to the Torrent Bay, where we started for a 1,5 hour walk with the greatest views. The walking trail is well prepared and easy to manage. The water taxi...More

Thank Anna M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a great day trip today with ATK and Ian as our guide. He was knowledgable and good fun and we enjoyed kayaking with him and our group for a couple of ours. We managed to see a few sting rays close to shore...More

Thank Matthew F
Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile

We picked the “Earth, sea and sky”, beginning the day by a water taxi to Torrent bay for a 6.5k walk, absolutely wonderful. We then had the lunch provided by the team right in front of the sea at Bark Bay. And we then met...More

2  Thank Estelle R
Reviewed 13 June 2018

From being picked up from our accommodation to being returned that evening, the whole day was excellent. We were taken from Nelson to Kaiteriteri by bus from where we took the sea shuttle to our drop-off point. We completed a self-guided trek along the coastal...More

1  Thank W4lking
Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

We booked the two gods tour and it was great. Kayaking was incredible. We saw a lot of sea lions but no penguins, unfortunately. The short hike on the track was amazing, too. Would definitely recommend!

1  Thank Dar216
Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

We did a day of freedom kayaking with Abel Tasman kayaks and it was amazing, the highlight being the seal colony on Adele Island, one of the best things of our whole trip around NZ. Tom was hilarious and made us feel very safe with...More

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susanmvalach
29 December 2016|
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Response from Kenny P | Reviewed this property |
Sadly no ideas. We stayed in Te Anau and drove 120km to get to Milford. Limited and pretty basic facilities in Milford from what I can gather.
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workingmom919
6 May 2016|
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Response from YogiFlounder |
Hi workingmom, yes they do offer a few different overnight trips. If you google "abel tasman kayaks" you can click on their website and see which ones they offer. We will be visiting in Nov. and plan to do the Remote Coast... More
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Julie M
16 February 2015|
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Response from snoooz | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. You can check their website which is pretty good.
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