Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand

Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand

Abel Tasman National Park

you will find on northwest of South Island of New Zealand.

In 1942 it got a status of national park. The name of the national park is coming from Dutch seafarer, explorer and traveller Abel Tasman who was the first European man who discovered New Zealand.

Abel Tasman National Park is full of beautiful golden beaches with really unbelievable color of the sea. If you take a picture on the sea, nobody will believe you that you didn’t edit the photo in Photoshop and it really has a real color.

Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman

With a coverage of only 225.3 km2 (55,699 acres), the park is the smallest of New Zealand’s national parks.

The nearest town – Motueka

The nearest town and a gateway to the national park is a charming town Motueka, where I would recommend certainly at least for some time to stop and enjoy its fantastic relaxing atmosphere, whether in local notorious bar Hot Mama’s, or really charminglocal independent cinema, in which is guaranteed to make you feel at home.

I would like to mention Motueka in the future in a separate article and certainly will not be one, because certainly has several interesting places.

Abel Tasman Coast Track

Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman

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