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Fantastic start to our Abel Tasman adventure, CJ was waiting at the airport to welcome us and was very happy to stop along our journey to Wainui Bay as required. He was helpful and informative. Also introduced us to the great cafe on Takaka Hill for our lunch stop. Definately will recommend to friends, thanks CJ.
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Our tour with CJ couldn't have been better. Personally we found him very open, creative and flexible. He knows the area like the back of his hand.
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Punctual, organised, friendly and flexible. Exactly what we needed. Thanks CJ.
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Thanks to CJ for a great afternoon out of wine tasting in Nelson. Your tour was perfectly catered to our needs.
Had a great day out tasting wine with an enthusiastic host. CJ provided light hearted humor and guidance to the wine tasting experience.
His friendly attitude made the whole experience worthwile and memorable.
We had a fantastic day out in the Nelson area with CJ from Nelson Tours and Travel. We visited interesting sights around Nelson then ventured further afield to the edges of the Abel Tasman National Park. This was a great way to get a feel for the Marlborough region. As there were only 2 of us we were also able to tailor the tour to our interests and managed to visit a local cemetery to find some long lost relatives. CJ was a fantastic guide and we had the feeling we were just travelling along with a friend. A great change from the regimented tours of larger companies.
We stopped at well thought out venues for lunch and bathroom stops. We had packed our own lunch and sat in a wonderful spot looking at the water then went into a local cafe for a refreshing cuppa. It also had a good range of food options which we could have purchased for lunch.
Stopping at places where food was being produced locally and was available for purchase was also great, like the Old Post Office in Upper Moutere with its sheep's cheese and preserves and pottery.
The trip had a good balance of general background to the area, history, sightseeing and art and culture.