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About Us

The Sea Kayak Company is a locally owned and operated by Paul and Andrea Kerwin. We are a boutique sea kayak operation ably assisted by our team of experienced guides. Our *base is in Motueka* (the town located closest to the Abel Tasman National Park) by the roundabout as you exit highway 60. Our sea kayak adventures are conducted in the Abel Tasman National Park. However we can organise adventures in other locations if you wish. The Sea Kayak Company has as...
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Campsites and Huts

*HUTS* have toilets, bunks, mattresses and water supply. No cooking facilities are provided, so visitors should carry a stove. Hut passes must be purchased before entering the park. These can be purchased from D.O.C directly online or through selected operators and information outlets. Back country hut tickets and Annual Hut passes are not valid for hut use on the Coast Track. *CAMPSITES* have basic facilities, which include a water supply, fireplaces and toilets. Not all campsites have fireplaces. Camp passes must...
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Park Map (Northern End)

This map shows the northern half of The Abel Tasman National Park, it shows where DOC Campsites, DOC Huts, Filtered Water, Telephones, Water-Taxi Pick up / Drop off points, Water ski lanes, Exposed headlands / rough water   North
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Park Map (Southern end)

This map shows the southern half of The Abel Tasman National Park, it shows where DOC Campsites, DOC Huts, Filtered Water, Telephones, Water-Taxi Pick up / Drop off points, Water ski lanes, Exposed headlands / rough water South
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The Abel Tasman

The Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park, established in 1942. It stretches from Wainui Inlet in Golden Bay (in the north), to Marahau. (In the south) The Park is renowned for its spectacular scenery and temperate climate. The Abel Tasman Coast Track is classed as one New Zealand's Great Walks The rocky sculptural shapes of the shoreline and the sparkling sands are results of the erosion of structural granite. The distinctive golden colour of most beaches is due...
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