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New Zealand Kayaking

 

New Zealand Kayaking

Kayacking New Zealand

New Zealand kayaking provides a perfect chance to discover the country’s lakes, beaches, and rivers.
In New Zealand, sea kayaking is also a great way to discover New Zealand’s extensive and beautiful coastline, and a great way to get near to penguins, seals, and other wildlife, as there is no noise around to upset them. All over New Zealand, trips with guided sea kayaking are available and are exceptionally well-liked in the North Island’s Bay of Islands and Hauraki Gulf, as well as in Marlborough Sounds, the Abel Tasman National Park, and the South Island’s Fiordland.

 

Those who are looking for a great adrenaline rush will discover a large number of exceptional opportunities for white water kayaking in New Zealand, specifically in the North Island’s Kaituna, Rangitaiki, Mohaka, Rangitikei, and the Wairoa rivers, and the South Island’s Buller, Grey, Rangitata, Hurunui, and Kawarau rivers.
 

There are lots of fast flowing rivers in New Zealand that are ideal for canoeing.Canoeing on the Whanganui River is popular in New Zealand.

 

This activity is the only way to get into the the Whanganui National Park.

A number of service providers run trips via canoe, and these can be arranged in Raetihi, Taumarunui, National Park, or Ohakune.


Just one of several fiords dotting the coast of the over one million hectares of Fiordland National Park, Milford Sound offers kayakers calm unfathomable waters which are often accompanied by mischievous dolphins enjoying human company in this secluded wilderness.

 

Kayaking is a very big thing here, and canoeists can search the fiord’s deep waters, the rivers which lazily wind, or take naps along quiet streams. Set in the center of Fiordland National Park is the Camelot River, the biggest in New Zealand.
 

One of the most well known marine parks and areas in New Zealand is the Abel Tasman National Park. Reputed as an excellent intromission to trek and kayak holidays, the balmy climate and gentle to negotiate coastline and track make this very popular undertaking.

The region is known for its golden sandy beaches, peaceful and secret bays and secure waters. Beginning with a transport from Nelson to Awaroa, the journey moves from Awaroa to Marahau for more that 3 or 5 days passing nights in Awaroa at Homestead Lodge and at Torrent Bay Lodge.

For the duration of this trek and kayak, there is lots of time to swim in the gleaming azure waters, kayak, walk, and take the dory to go rowing or fishing. The Abel Tasman National Park Kayak and Trek will either start or end with a superb picturesque launch ride along the coastline. A short day pack is furnished for luncheon, noshes, camera etc. Each day baggage will be shipped via water taxi.

New Zealand Kayacking

 

 

There are more than 140 islands on the Bay of Islands. It is New Zealand’s most historic region and has some of the country’s loveliest scenery. The best way to explore this glorious Maritime Marine Reserve is by sea kayak. The area offers some of New Zealand’s best sea kayaking. You will be able to explore within sheltered waters the furrowed coastlines, touring several of the By of Islands is famous for.
 

 

  

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