Is the Abel Tasman walk easy?

Is the Abel Tasman walk easy?

Abel Tasman Track Overview It’s also the easiest of all the Great Walks we’ve done so far (if you don’t combine days). There’s not much elevation to climb and the days can be pretty short if you do the five day version, giving you more time to relax at the beach or head out on a kayak.

How do I get to awaroa?

Getting to Awaroa Glamping

  1. Awaroa is an isolated location.
  2. Hiking: Follow the Abel Tasman coastal track to Awaroa.
  3. Water Taxi Water taxis are a popular way of travelling in the National Park.
  4. Sea Kayaking Sea kayaks are also a popular way to get around the National Park.

How many kms is Abel Tasman?

60 km

Abel Tasman Coast Track
Length 60 km (37 mi)
Location Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand
Designation New Zealand Great Walk
Trailheads Mārahau, Wainui Bay

What to see and do in Abel Tasman?

Do the Abel Tasman Coast Track. Hike from golden sand beach to golden sand beach and all the native forest in between on the 60km (37 miles) Abel Tasman

  • Take a Boat Trip. The waters of the Abel Tasman National Park are so inviting!
  • Skydive Over Spectacular Scenery.
  • Explore by Kayak.
  • Check Out Wainui Falls.
  • Get Adventurous with Canyoning.
  • What is the reason Abel Tasman explored?

    Abel Janszoon Tasman was a Dutch explorer commissioned by the Dutch East India Company for several voyages during the 17th century. He is mainly noted for his exploration of the South Pacific in the hopes of discovering a new shipping route from Australia to South America to enhance trade possibilities for the company.

    When did Abel Tasman discover New Zealand?

    Abel Tasman. Biography. Abel Tasman is officially recognised as the first European to ‘discover’ New Zealand in 1642. His men were the first Europeans to have a confirmed encounter with Māori.