ABEL TAS­MAN SEA SHUT­TLE

Sunday Mail - Travel/Escape - - FRONT PAGE -

While your com­pan­ions huff and puff along the walk­ing trails of the Abel Tas­man Na­tional Park at the top of the South Is­land, you on the other hand can take in the mag­nif­i­cent marine scenery on the sea shut­tle ser­vice from Kai­teri­teri to Awaroa Bay. Hop off and have a leisurely lunch at Pep­pers Awaroa Lodge be­cause there are sev­eral shut­tles a day.

Abel Tas­man holds a spe­cial place in New Zealan­ders’ hearts.

The en­vi­ron­ment is pris­tine, the beaches are golden, and the warm, shel­tered wa­ters are like a gi­ant swimming pool. It’s a dis­til­la­tion of Kiwi sum­mer. See abeltas­man­seashut­tles.co.nz nel­sonnz.com

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