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Travel Blogs from Abel Tasman National Park
Weather is foul.....so we book a wine tour which keeps us occupied from 12 noon until 19:30pm!
We set off at 8.30 for our trip through the Abel Tasman national park. We are collected by a pick up coach and taken to our boat which is on a trailer and towed by a tractor, We board the boat and set off down the road and onto the beach, We are launched into the Ocean and get pretty wet in the process. We travel along the coast and view the Split …
We set off soon after 9 am to travel to Picton to collect Ian and Alex from the Ferry. This takes about 2 hours longer than we had expected!
We go via Pancake Rocks which are just amazing and probably do account for one of the 2 additional hours!
Eventually we arrive at Picton and meet up with Ian and Alex and go shopping for some …
... 20 minutes later we were still walking. Cautious so as not to turn off onto the 2-3 hour track to a different beach we ended up on a sheep track heading between hills and sand dunes away from the sea, but with no possibility to get to the sea because of the fenced off forest area. The dark clouds that had seemed far off at the start of the track causing us to deem that ponchos were not necessary were inching there way towards us, threatening to shed their aqueous load. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOcean View Chalets Abel Tasman National Park
Awesome view, and very nice people running the place. Would love to go back
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