We flew over the jungle and mountains, boarded the iceberg, and stopped on the iceberg after flying over the main attractions. Then we got off the plane and took pictures as a souvenir. The pilot kindly helped us take pictures.
Abel Tasman National Park is located near Lingersen on the North Island of New Zealand. It is the only marine-themed national park in New Zealand. There are seven of New Zealand’s most famous hiking trails, Tasman Trail.
The entire national park is based on the ocean. Basically, it can be understood that it is not accessible by road. It is very interesting to walk or take a boat. The entire seascape is very beautiful. The color of the sea ranges from clear and light green to deep dark blue. It is also a beach. Very peaceful, many of them are unmanned beaches, and there is also a section that can only be walked past when the tide is not ebb, very interesting
Abel Tasman National Park is a national park near Nelson on the South Island of New Zealand. It is also the only maritime national park in New Zealand. In this national park, it is basically impassable. The road enters it, and it is all near the famous Tas Ocean. Walk up there, and when you are tired, you can take a water taxi next to it to return. It is a very characteristic park, and it is a unique marine national park in New Zealand.
Less than Tasban is also one of New Zealand's seven major trekking routes
Abel Tasman National Park is a very good marine-themed national park in the northwest corner of New Zealand’s South Island. Among the seven best in New Zealand, one of them is the Tasman Sea Island. On the coastline, the slope is not big, the ups and downs are not big, the ups and downs are not big, and the cabins in the middle are very good.
The scenery is beautiful, and you can take a water taxi back to 7:00 at any time after you are tired. It should be the most comfortable one in New Zealand.
Good walking route, can see a lot of people kayaking and the sea view is beautiful
Abeltas National Park has three directions in the north of Nelson, north, south, and central. You can enter it from the north. I think it’s very beautiful, and the car can drive to the coast, very close.
If entering from the south is the most conventional way, you can take a water bus or walk into the park here. If you go to the core area, it will take about two days to walk. In the middle, you can choose the cabin of the Ministry of Environmental Protection for accommodation, or you can Take a water bus, the water bus is about 50 nb, you can take people directly to the most suitable location in the middle