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Full-Day Abel Tasman Kayak and Walk

Full-Day Abel Tasman Kayak and Walk - Motueka, New Zealand
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Motueka, New Zealand

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$159.91

Paddle into the heart of Abel Tasman National Park on a full-day kayaking and trekking tour with a guide. Start with an included water-taxi ride from Marahau and see a seal colony in its natural environment ... More info ›

Paddle into the heart of Abel Tasman National Park on a full-day kayaking and trekking tour with a guide. Start with an included water-taxi ride from Marahau and see a seal colony in its natural environment. Your guide accompanies you beautiful beaches along the coastline and introduces you to the spectacular scenery of Abel Tasman before a return bus transfer to Motueka.

Your day starts with a bus transfer from the kayaking base in Motueka, followed by a quick water-taxi ride to the northern beach of Onetahuti. From there, you'll paddle by kayak with your guide to Tonga Island and its flourishing seal colony. Appreciate the beauty of these sleek mammals while you observe them from a distance in their natural environment. Tides permitting, explore the spectacular Tonga Arches, and head south to Bark Bay.

After lunch (own expense), you have the option to continue kayaking to Anchorage or leave your guide for a 7-mile (12-km) hike to Anchorage, which includes the Falls River swing bridge. Afterward, catch the water taxi back to Marahau and shuttle back to the base in Motueka, where you're free to access the Wi-Fi or a hot shower.

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Half Day Wine Tour

Half Day Wine Tour - Motueka, New Zealand
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Motueka, New Zealand

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$93.28

You will be in awe of the natural surroundings whilst savouring absolutely world class wines.

The half day trip starts in the morning at 10.30 am or 12pm ... More info ›

You will be in awe of the natural surroundings whilst savouring absolutely world class wines.

The half day trip starts in the morning at 10.30 am or 12pm. We will visit 3 to 4 different wineries. At one winery we will have the opportunity to order a light or gourmet lunch while tasting wine. As we travel along the Waimea Plains and into the Hills of Upper Moutere you have the opportunity to see the best of Tasman's outstanding scenery. Your tour guide will provide you with information on the local history within the area. All wine tastings are included, lunch at your own cost. The tour is about 4 to 5 hours. Pick up is either from Nelson area or Motueka a

With their vast knowledge, our guides can explain the wines and the tasting but also provide a lot of background information.

The half day trip starts in the morning at 11am. We will visit at least 3 different wineries and will stop by at art galleries and/or breweries. Please let us know if you want to see a particular winery and we will make sure that it will be on the list. We also can include some small walks and other sight seeing. Just talk to us as we are very flexible to arrange everything to your needs.

With their vast knowledge, our guides can explain the wines and the tasting but also provide a lot of background information.

Minimum 2 people

Exquisite Wines

A lot of sunshine, river stones from riverbeds, good soil with clay and creativity: This is Tasman's and Nelson's secret mix for creating unique artisan wines. The region's reputation says it produces some of New Zealand best Chardonnay and aromatics. Learn from our guides at this Winery Tour about the regions Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay,  Riesling, Pinot Noir and other varieties. Tasman area wines are sold around the world. Boutique family-owned wineries craft exquisite wines from the hills to the plains.

The Hills

The soft rolling Moutere Hills are formed from weathered gravels of ancient river beds. These rivers reached from St Arnaud further inland to the coast. Mixed with clay, this soil is well known for producing great wines of richness and texture.

The plains

The Waimea Plains (which means river garden) provide a fabulous terrain with a moderate maritime influence. Stony alluvial soils and high sunshine create aromatic white wines and perfumed and elegant red wines.

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Abel Tasman National Park Awaroa Ambience

Abel Tasman National Park Awaroa Ambience - Motueka, New Zealand

Duration: 1 day
Location: Motueka, New Zealand

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$52.64

Cruise along the Abel Tasman Coastline and explore the hidden coves and beautiful golden sand beaches. Opportunities to see the New Zealand Fur Seal colony at Adele Island and other marine wild life ... More info ›

Cruise along the Abel Tasman Coastline and explore the hidden coves and beautiful golden sand beaches. Opportunities to see the New Zealand Fur Seal colony at Adele Island and other marine wild life. Arrive at Awaroa and experience this wonderful beach plus the warm hospitality of the Awaroa Lodge and Cafe (lunch additional cost). Option to walk 2 hours to Tonga Quarry through lush native bush. 
**Awaroa Lodge is open seasonally from September to May. Closed from May to September.**

Abel Tasman National Park Awaroa Ambience - FAST BECOMING OUR MOST POPULAR TRIP!
Enjoy our cruise to Awaroa and upon arrival, dine at the world famous Awaroa Lodge. After lunch take a walk to another stunning beach for your pick up!
Details:
Take our informative cruise to Awaroa. Relax on the beach and enjoy a delicious lunch (additional cost) and  the hospitality at Awaroa Lodge and Cafe. Get picked up again at Awaroa or at your leisure, hike through native forest to Tonga Quarry (1.5 hours). A highlight – new boardwalk and bridges over Richardson Stream.
Depart Kaiteriteri at 9am, arriving at Awaroa at 10.30am. Pickup time from Awaroa 1.00pm (15th Oct - 30th April) or 2.45pm (all year)

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Abel Tasman National Park Kayak, Seals and Cruise

Abel Tasman National Park Kayak, Seals and Cruise - Motueka, New Zealand

Duration: 1 day
Location: Motueka, New Zealand

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$96.61

Paddle the safest, most sheltered area along the Kaiteriteri coastline. See lots of good stuff in a small area: including islands, caves, golden sandy beaches and of course, Split Apple Rock ... More info ›

Paddle the safest, most sheltered area along the Kaiteriteri coastline. See lots of good stuff in a small area: including islands, caves, golden sandy beaches and of course, Split Apple Rock. Loved by families and the cruiser in all of us since the nineties. Two hours on the water of quality guided kayaking.
After your Split Apple Classic adventure, board the Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle for a scenic cruise stopping at Adele Island briefly to visit the Seals, past golden sand beaches before arriving at Anchorage. Then walk self-guided around the Pitt Head and Te Pukatea Bay Loop track (1.5hours) where you will get some amazing panoramic views from the lookout or walk into the hills to experience the cool cascade of Cleopatras Pool (1.75 hours). Catch the Sea Shuttle back to Kaiteriteri. This tour is a cruiser but has it all.

Your Cruise:
Check in time: 8.30am Kaiteriteri Kayak Beach ffice
After your morning kayaking adventure around the famous Split Apple Rock and
return, board the 12:40 Sea Shuttle for a scenic cruise past beautiful beaches, viewing
New Zealand Fur Seals and choose the option below:
Disembark at Anchorage at 1:20pm and enjoy the beach or the 1.5 hour Pitt Head loop track to Te Pukatea Bay. Sea Shuttle pick up time at Anchorage is 3.45pm returning to Kaiteriteri 4.30pm
Your Sea Kayaking:
This tour covers the area between Kaiteriteri to the south and Split Apple Rock in the north. It is a relatively small area with lots of interesting nooks and crannies to explore. This makes it an ideal tour for the first timer. The trip starts with a safety briefing, with full instruction to make
kayaking as simple as possible – even for first timers.
Tides play a big part in the tour itinerary. As these change with each day then so does our tour. After a break for swimming, relaxing or exploring the beach we set off for Ngaio Island on the homeward journey. Back to Kaiteriteri at 11:45am
Notes:
– This hike and paddle adventure is particularly suitable for families and small groups.

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