Authentic Kiwi Bach & Seals
- Walking / Hiking
- Price from:
- 160 NZD /person
- +64 03 528 9602
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Uplift from Accommodation
- Location Finish:
- Drop off accommodation
- Start time:
- 08.30 am
- End time:
- 04.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 08/12/2007
Get dropped by water taxi at a beautiful golden beach in the Abel Tasman National Park. Walk with your guide through lush native bush with stunning sea views. Lunch at a true 'kiwi' bach, before boa
Personal tours and guided walks in the Abel Tasman National Park. Learn the history and the stories of this wonderful area when you visit the family bach built early last century. See the seals at the Marine Reserve then relax on a golden beach.
- Inclusions -
- Department of Conservation Levie
- Exclusions -
- Bring own cut lunch and water bottle - or lunch supplied if requested the day before
- Extras -
- A great way to experience the Abel Tasman at a local level and at your own pace.
This 6-7hr day includes a maximum walk of 11/4hrs making it an attractive option for all ages and fitness levels. Three boat trips gives you the opportunity see a large part of the Abel Tasman National Park while not having to worry about water taxi time tables and schedules. Minimum of two fares applies on the Authentic 'Kiwi' Bach and Seal Colony Tour. The Ultimate 'Kiwi' Experience including charter boat, crayfishing(lobster) and scalloping has a minimum fare of four.
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