Split Apple Rock paddle

The most family friendly trip!

Departs Marahau @ 11:00am

Join our legendary guides as they share their enthusiasm for this stunning stretch of coastline. Paddle the safest, most sheltered area along the Abel Tasman. See lots of beautiful scenery in a small area including islands, caves, beaches and of course, Split Apple Rock.

The most family friendly paddle in the park!

Prices:
$85.00 per adult
$65.00 per child
Lunch is $15.00 per person, please order when you book your trip

  •   CHECKIN - 10:45 Marahau
  •   LUNCH - $15pp
  •   TRANSPORT - N/A
  •   DEPARTS - October through April
  •   WATERTAXI - 0 Rides
  •   WALK - 0km
Perfect for families
$85.00 Split Apple Rock paddle

Split Apple Rock paddle $85.00 pp

The most family friendly trip!

What our guests say

Tripadvisor Review
Wonderful experience

I took the Split Apple Rock paddle. I have never been sea kayaking before but found this trip to be very easy and comfortable. The sights were pretty, the guide was lovely - very friendly. We ordered lunch as well so we had a nice picnic on the beach nearing the end of the trip, the food was actually quite yummy. We had a great time, it is highly recommended though that you bring a change of dry clothes because you will get wet.


Birch84, Australia, Trip Advisor
Tripadvisor Review
Amazing Trip

Thanks, Paul and the rest of the team for an unforgettable experience. We had an amazing time on the water; shame we didn't quite get to Split Apple Rock. Will just have to come back again another time without the kids and try again.

Lots of happy memories to keep us going now we are back home in the wind and rain :(

Thanks again guys

Louise, Matt and family

clgdc1, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Trip Advisor
Tripadvisor Review
“Favourite Activity in All of South Island”

n December 2016/January 2017, we spent 3 weeks on the South Island. Our day with the Sea Kayak Company was the consensus favorite activity of our trip. Hannah and Daniel were our fun and knowledgeable guides. The water taxi ride to Torrent Bay turned out to be much more than that as our skipper took us to see Split Apple rock, a pod of dolphins, and an island with sea lions. After a beautiful hike from Torrent Bay to Bark Bay, we met them on the beach. The sandwich for lunch was excellent. Our kayak adventure included dolphins that swam right beside us and a bull seal tossing around his squid lunch as we looked on from close by. At the end, Hannah took a picture of the group in our kayaks and emailed it to us. It was a wonderful day!

Waynevol81, Roswell, Georgia, Trip Advisor