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The Sandcastle - Pohara Hotels

The Sandcastle

32 Haile Lane, Pohara - Map
 
 
"Perfect little paradise"
From the moment we drove up to the Sandcastle we knew it was going to be an enjoyable stay! The owner was friendly and relaxed and the whole atmosphere of the place was just enchanting. The room was everything we needed and more and such a reasonable price for those on a student budget. If you're looking for a quiet escape to a lovely setting where you can unwind and spend some time by the beach, then this place should be at the top of your list.
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Ratanui Lodge - Pohara Hotels

Ratanui Lodge

818 Abel Tasman Dr, Pohara - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (41 reviews)
Peppers Awaroa - Awaroa Hotels

Peppers Awaroa

11 Awaroa Bay, Awaroa - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (14 reviews)
The Bay Lodge - Pohara Hotels

The Bay Lodge

36 Bay Vista Drive, Pohara - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Sans Souci Inn - Pohara Hotels

Sans Souci Inn

11 Richmond Road, Pohara - Map
 
 
Pohara Beach TOP 10 Holiday Park - Pohara Hotels

Pohara Beach TOP 10 Holiday Park

809 Abel Tasman Drive, Pohara - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (17 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Abel Tasman National Park

    Grab your swimmers, kayaks or hiking shoes, because we have accommodation right on the doorstep of Abel Tasman National Park. New Zealand’s smallest national park is also one of its most popular, with bright sunshine, golden sandy beaches, dramatic outcrops and lush forests. Go for a short walk or wander off for days. Jump in a kayak or just lay back on the beach. With our Abel Tasman Park hotels, it’s your journey.

    History

    The national park was founded in 1942, thanks largely to conservationist Perrine Moncrieff, who was concerned about logging along the coast. From 1943 to 1974, Moncrieff served on the board. Covering only 225 square kilometres, the Abel Tasman still packs a lot of sights to see, as you’ll find out!

    Things to do

    Abel Tasman is at the northern end of a collection of hills that begin in the much larger Kahurangi National Park. It’s the home of New Zealand’s most popular great walk: the Coast Track. Taking three to five days, with huts to stay in along the way, this epic wander will take you away from modern technology and day-to-day life, along beaches with sparkling waters, headlands with ocean views and forests of kanuka trees. Then there’s the Inland Track, which goes through the centre of the park through forest and scrub. Is a long walk too much of a commitment? Luckily, the park also has walks that only take a couple of hours or less, so you can take a short trip to a bay or waterfall like Wainui Falls.

    While you’re here, kayak to secluded sea coves, snorkel and spot the crayfish, or lay back on the beach and enjoy the sun.

    Shopping and dining

    Close to the national parks, you’ll find towns like Motueka, which has plenty of shopping on High Street including clothing boutiques, art galleries and sporting stores.

    Motueka and the other nearby towns of Marahau and Nelson have a great selection of dining options too, including unique cafes and bars.

    Getting here

    There are two international airports close to Abel Tasman Park: Wellington and Christchurch. Check out our flights to Wellington or flights to Christchurch and catch a domestic flight to Nelson airport. From Nelson it’s only a one-hour car trip to your dream getaway, so check out our full range of Abel Tasman National park accommodation.

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