A lot of folks walk the Abel Tasman Coastal Track between Marahau and Totoranui and believe they have walked the entire Abel Tasman track – But wait there is more – the 13 kilometers between Totoranui and the on the end of the track at Wainui Inlet in Golden Bay.
Many of the folks that work in the Abel Tasman National Park see this as a stunning area, the path less travelled with classic Abel Tasman golden sand beaches – Anapai and Mutton Cove. Dramatic history as at Whariwharangi beach was the place that Abel Tasman – the explorer made his catastrophic failed attempt to make his only landing on his newly discovered New Zealand. Then finishes in Golden Bay – the next farmed & settled area. A wonderful addition and completion to the traditional Abel Tasman Track walk.
So in the last couple of years we have begun to offer trips that walk the entire Abel Tasman Track – All The Way a total of 54 kilometers.
These trips have proven to be popular and indeed Abel Tasman Guides are the only company offering both unguided (freedom) and fully guided walks on the entire Abel Tasman Coastal Track.