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Our family of 6 loved the Abel Tasman walk. Quite doable for kids as long as they don't have to carry too much. Huts were good. Surprised to have flush toilets! Great to have cold showers and drinking water. Would be nice to see the...More
On our second day in Abel Tasman we did the 4hr Marahua to Anchorage Hut walk. What I did not fully realize until arriving at Abel Tasman is that the only way to access the park is through some combination of walking,kayaking and water taxi....More
Highly recommend this walk! Very beautiful scenery with beautiful beaches. We really enjoyed a swim in the sea after a day of hiking. The campsites and hits are well maintained and facilities are good! If you are going to do this walk some recommendations:
You can basically hike for a few hours or few days and anything in between. Access is only by boat so you can choose one of around 8 drop off and pick up points along the parks coastline. We used Wilson's who were excellent but...More
Totaranui - Awaroa crossing
Hard start to the walk, up hill straight away and quite hard. Steady for rest of the way until you hit goat Bay then after Goat bay it becomes hilly again but not as hard as first hill.
Did this track a long time ago and was thrilled to find that although there's been development work done, the natural look and feel of the track hasn't been interfered with at all. It's every bit as stunningly beautiful as I remember it. YAY!
A great opportunity to enjoy nature, soak up the solitude and the sights
Department of Conservation are to be commended for their endeavours - they have certainly learnt a lot in bridge construction over the years
We went to visit the Abel Tasman with our young daughter (2.5 years) took a boat to the anchorage and spent the day enjoying the beach and walking the coast track. Would recommend taking a boat and staying there for a day with young children,...More
Finally took time out to walk the entire track and some. We added the Gibbs track loop. Although doing the Gibbs track with 20kgs on the back, it was well worth the uphill struggle. Fantastic views. A recommendation would be to start the Gibbs track...More
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Hi jpkmckenn, to be honest I am not sure, however I would think the area is pretty safe regardless, you would be recommended to not leave any valuables out though. If you are getting to the start of the track with an... More
Hi jpkmckenn, to be honest I am not sure, however I would think the area is pretty safe regardless, you would be recommended to not leave any valuables out though. If you are getting to the start of the track with an operator such as a water taxi, they have secure parking available.