Crème de la Crème
Highlights: Tonga Island Marine Reserve, Seal Colony, Swing Bridge, Native Bush
The title of this outstanding kayaking trip says it all! Putting it simply – the best of the best! Experience the beauty of your surroundings on a water taxi to Onetahuti. From here you will kayak the azure waters to Tonga Island – home of the inquisitive NZ Fur Seal (kekeno) and the shy Little Blue Penguin (kororā).
Disembark from your paddle at beautiful Bark Bay where you can enjoy lunch and cool off with a swim in the crystal clear sea.
Your unguided afternoon walk south will lead you through the most renowned walking section of the National Park. This stretch of the track is bursting with picture perfect scenery and features that are sure to take your breath away.
Ātaahua – Beautiful
Check In: 8.30am
Groups Size: Maximum 8 people (larger groups on request)
Lunch: Optional - add $15
Kayak: Onetahuti to Bark Bay
Water Taxi: Two taxi rides
Bus: $30 Nelson return
Walk: Approx 3 hours (12kms). Bark Bay to Anchorage
What To Bring
What to bring:
Please bring with you a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, swim suit or fast drying clothing (avoid pants or jeans), warm jacket (avoid cotton – wool or fleece is best), change of clothes, towel, walking shoes or walking sandals, any personal medication you may require and of course don’t forget your camera.
What we provide:
Top quality double sea kayak, buoyancy aid, spray skirt, paddle jacket, paddle, waterproof map, all safety gear required, food (when included), dry bag for cameras and of course one of our superstar guides.
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