Abel Tasman is a national park at the north end of the South Island named after the 17th century Dutch seafarer, explorer and merchant Abel Janszoon Tasman. It’s renowned for its golden beaches, granite cliffs and world famous coastal track. It’s a coastal paradise you can walk through or explore by cruise boat, sailing, water taxi or sea kayak with bursts of paddling or hiking punctuated by sun bathing, swimming and restful snorkelling. The Marlborough region is at the north-eastern tip of the South Island and is most famous for its wine but also boasts an extensive network of island, peninsulas and coastal waterways with the 70km Queen Charlotte Walking Track a definite highlight. We’ve got some fantastic accommodation for you in the Abel Tasman and Marlborough region and can’t wait to get you started on an adventure of a lifetime so why not give our friendly travel professionals a call today?
A selection of hotels that we have visited and fallen in love with. Speak to one of our experts today and find out why.