Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its world-famous coastal walking track, its golden beaches, unmodified estuaries, sculptured granite cliffs and mild climate.
It is a good place to visit at any time of year but during summer the park is particularly popular and the bays become dotted with sea kayaks, sailing boats and other water craft.
Many people choose to stay in huts or campsites provided by the Department of Conservation (DOC) as they explore the Coast Track. The track hugs the coast, offering spectacular views as you reach the top of a ridge, then it's back down to a sheltered swimming and picnic spot.
Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle can cater for both day visitors and also those that are planning to walk the full length of the track.