18 Rankers Reviews
13 Abel Tasman
Various short walks to beaches and lookout points. Popular options include the short stroll to Kaka Point Look-out and down to Breaker Bay. While on the other side of the Kaiteriteri take the walkway to Little Kaiteriteri then walk right over to Stephens Bay.
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ Abel Tasman
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Nice views with a good climb, great lookout point. Very clean and tidy, not overcrowded.
The most beautiful beach I have ever seen.
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Very cool gold sand beach! Amazing view and not very many people. Loved this beach, spent half a day there with cool restaurants and shops along.
Most beautiful beach I have seen in New Zealand so far! Went to far right beach by little islands, great for exploring.
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Hard to find but short and with an amazing lookout, even better when high tide.
Short walk (15-20min one way), and the lookout above all the houses and out to the sea is AWESOME - go for it.
Few hidden beaches accessible from boat are also there. Great fishing spots there. I have seen few Manta rays there also!
Arrived at 8am, backed up to the beach, settled down to Bacon Butties looking out over the Bay. Absolutely Beautiful. A little crowded with two other people on the Beach :-) The walks are very peaceful. You wouldn't want to pan for gold on that beach.
A climb from Kaiteriteri bay to viewpoint, round the headland to Bay, delightful with an arch then to Stephens Bay back via road 1.5 hours.
Andy & Lynnie Nevin
Great place for a picnic and a swim without the crowds.
Excellent, very high standard and great views.
Jeff and Carey Brown
Great views, bit hard in places, some steps, some gravel and slippery. Fantastic beaches.
The jewel of the South Island, fantastic safe beach.
Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍