Treat Yourself to a Trek Along Abel Tasman Coast Track
Whether you prefer to camp in the winter or summer, Abel Tasman has something to offer you. There are many sheltered locations that will protect you from the elements. It also boasts the most hours of sunshine in the country. No matter where you go, you will be treated to lots of shady trees and native birds.
If you love beaches, then you will love this national park. The mild climate makes visiting the beach possible throughout most of the year. The sand is a beautiful golden colour that is always inviting to visitors.
As you are walking along the track, be sure to take the spur that leads to Cleopatra’s Pool. The water at this natural rock pool is a unique Amber colour and makes a wonderful swimming hole. It even features a unique moss-lined water slide.
You must traverse a 47-meter suspension bridge to cross Falls River. The river flows northeast through the national park and then flows into Tasman Bay. You can admire beautiful scenery along the way.
Traversing The Track
It can take as many as five days to walk the entire Abel Tasman track. Along the way, there are many interesting sights to take in. This track gives you the opportunity to take a kayak or another type of boat for part of the trail. Some great places to stop along the way include: Marahau Anchorage Bark Bay Awaroa Whariwharangi Wainui
Abel Tasman Walking Track has so much to offer those who love to hike and camp. If you are looking for breathtaking views and fantastic scenery, then this is the place for you. Book your next roadie with Mighway to Abel Tasman today and hit the eponymous coast track!