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Abel Tasman National Park holidays

Abel Tasman National Park, located at the north end of the South Island, is the smallest of New Zealand’s national parks covering 22,530 hectares. The park consists of forested, hilly country and is bounded by the waters of Golden Bay and Tasman Bay. It is named after Abel Tasman, who in 1642 became the first European explorer to sight New Zealand. The Abel Tasman Coastal Track, which follows the coastline is extremely popular, while the Abel Tasman Inland Track is less frequented.

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