Nelson Tasman takes up the north eastern corner of the South Island with its main centre being Nelson city. Nelson-Tasman boasts of golden beaches and productive tourism, wine, horticulture and fishing industries.
Experience sandy beaches and turquoise lagoons surrounded by lush native bush and limestone cliffs.
The Abel Tasman National Park and Cable Bay are New Zealand’s premier sea-kayaking destinations that provide unique marine life experiences and a chance to enjoy New Zealand’s pristine ocean environment.
Te Waikoropupu (Pupu) springs, said to produce the clearest fresh water in the world, is part of the southern hemisphere’s deepest known cave system.
Heaphy Track is considered to be the greatest of New Zealand’s nine Great Walks, combining alpine environments and a primeval, palm-fringed coastline. You’ll pass through ancient beech forests, expansive alpine tussock country, see giant rata trees, limestone caves and cliffs, cross broad rivers (all with sturdy bridges) and look out over rugged, densely forested mountains as far as the eye can see. You can also do the track by mountain bike.
Nelson Tasman is home to twenty five boutique wineries, dotted across the picturesque hills and plains of the region’s wine growing country.
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