KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN BIKE, HUNTING AND CAMPING IN ABEL TASMAN NATIONAL PARK

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KAYAK

Kayak is undoubtedly the other great activity in Abel Tasman National Park. It allows you to enjoy some coves that are not accessible in any other way, as well as visit Adele or Fisherman Islands and approach Tonga Island, where there is a seal breeding colony (landing is not allowed). It is likely that we may also see dolphins, which sometimes approach kayaks and other boats.

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ABEL TASMAN NATIONAL PARK

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  • I was here: November 23, 2004, 15 years ago, nothing less.
  • Number of days advisable: at least two, until we get overwhelmed about the beauty of the landscape, but we could easily spend between 4 and 5.
  • My score: at least 4/5.

The smallest national park in New Zealand owes its name to Abel Tasman, sailor, explorer and merchant, discoverer of Tasmania, New Zealand and Fiji.

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Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico)

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Although it is also formed by Belize and part of Guatemala, the majority belongs to Mexico and is the area where we will focus mainly. Its charms are world-renowned, and we do not mean that north of here was where the meteorite that killed the dinosaurs fell, which also indeed happenned: Continue reading “Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico)”