4 Rankers Reviews
39 Abel Tasman
Stand Up Paddle Boarding or "SUP", as its more commonly known, is fast becoming the thing to do in the Abel Tasman National Park. Kaiteriteri Stand Up Paddle Boards are proud to be the first company offering Stand Up Paddle Boarding straight off Kaiteriteri beach and also guided SUP tours through the park's lagoons and bays.
Hire a SUP off the beach for an hour or more OR book onto a guided trip.
"What's Up Rock" is a great trip for all ages 12 and above. Enjoy paddling around the iconic Split Apple Rock while exploring caves and endless beaches. The safest and most sheltered waters along the coastline provide the canvas for a brilliant half day guided SUP.
"The Lagoons" allows us to explore the famous lagoons and bays of the Abel Tasman National Park. Board the Sea Shuttle at check in and enjoy a scenic cruise up to your first lagoon (your guide will choose the best for you to explore depending on tides and sea breeze conditions). Spend the day hopping between some of the most beautiful parts of the park and return back to Kaiteriteri Beach when you are done.
Catering included for guided trips!
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience..
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ Abel Tasman
Operating Season And Hours
October - April
*custom sunset trips available
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Really easy, friendly advice. Paddle board to Split Apple Rock was a little late on return but this was no problem.
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Great location, good boards and equipment. Owner was a little grumpy.
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Tour and location very nice. We did need a better hint about wind and currents to pick the right route to go.