Torlesse Motels

Address: 8 Kotare Place, Little Kaiteriteri Beach, Kaiteriteri, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8 Kotare Place, Little Kaiteriteri Beach, Kaiteriteri.
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      An Easter Morning Coastal Walk

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 05, 2015

      19 photos

      ... up in the carpark, we found ourselves on the edge of the Abel Tasman national park. Dutch explorer Abel Tasman has an incredible legacy in terms of the amount of land, sea, ice and mountain named after him. The national park is famous for its walking with many people taking on the 3 to 5 day tramp from one end of the coastline to the other. We were only tackling a shorter walk so we tossed a coin between beach trail and high trail before setting off up hill. ...

      Sea Kayaking Abel Tasman NP

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Apr 04, 2015

      148 photos

      ... The home and land is privately owned (not many places in Abel Tasman National Park are) and cost a mere $13 million dollars. When you see the house upclose, it's not exactly the lavish "bang for your buck" you would expect for $13 million. Clearly, the value is in the land. Boundary Bay was home to about 6 baches (holiday homes in Kiwi language) that are privately owned and Mandelay Bay is privately owned and the home is allowed to stay standing ...

      Southward Bound

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Mar 14, 2015

      3 photos

      ... who had made a fire on the beach. Unfortunately it didn't last long, apparently illegal here. It had been advertised in the Kiwi experience but it was actually our next stop Westport where this is ok! However we still had good fun on the beach, sharing a bit of wine and playing this funny drinking game called Zumi Zumi which someone learnt in Fiji. Slightly tipsy we ended the night playing on the rides in the kids play park, slides, swings etc. Good ...

      A truly great walk

      A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Feb 24, 2015

      19 photos

      Greetings once more from the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. Hopefully this blog will be slightly shorter than the last, but no less enjoyable. This entry covers our 5 days in the Abel Tasman National Park (it's a tiny bit late ...) Abel Tasman may be one of New Zealand's smallest national parks but by my reckoning (and many others) it is certainly one of the most stunning. The coastal track is one of New Zealand's nine Great Walks and takes between ...

      Kayak weekend in Totaranui

      A travel blog entry by dutchkiwis on Feb 08, 2015

      1 comment, 98 photos

      ... our place. the weekend after we caught up with our friends Lauren and Dan over a BBQ and had a potluck at Meagan and Olly. so no time to get hungry ;)

      -=[ Kayak Weekend ]=-
      Wednesday evening we went to Diana, our friend who invited us for the weekend, to put the kayaks on the roof of her car. Before doing that we discovered something I never realized, I ...