Abel Tasman Coast TrackPHOTO: 90 Seconds ©
Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its golden beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, and its world-famous coast track.
Blessed with a mild climate, golden beaches and lush coastal native bush, the Abel Tasman Coast Track has it all.
Farewell Spit, at the tip of the South Island, is New Zealand’s longest sand spit. Take a guided tour of this internationally-renowned bird sanctuary or explore Puponga Farm Park.
Walk or bike and explore the remnants of New Zealand's first major goldfield.
Travel through expansive tussock downs, lush forests and nīkau palms to the roaring seas of the West Coast.
Te Waikoropupū Springs are the largest freshwater springs in New Zealand, the largest cold water springs in the Southern Hemisphere and contain some of the clearest water ever measured.
Located in the northwest corner of New Zealand's South Island, Kahurangi is New Zealand's second largest national park. In places it is an untracked wilderness, elsewhere a wonderful network of tracks lets you explore wild rivers, high plateaux and alpine herbfields, and coastal forests.