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Eco Boat Tour

Explore the ecology
Experience the wildlife
Enjoy the beauty

Our signature eco boat tour is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. We explore the coastal zones, islands, beaches, forests and streams with plenty of time for relaxing, walking and swimming.

Enjoy natural discovery, bird watching, sightseeing, photography, relaxing and learning with our knowledgeable and friendly local guides.

We offer personal, expert service and the highest safety standards in a relaxed, educational and fun manner, in the spectacular Abel Tasman National Park.



Adult (16 yrs+):  $220
Child (5-15 yrs): $145
Infant (0-4 yrs): FREE*
Please contact us direct about family packages.

PRICE INCLUDES: Morning tea and lunch

* Small charge for infant lunch if requested at time of booking

Times & What's Included

Start Time: 9.00am (please be at the meeting point at 8.45am)
Return Time: 3.00-3.30pm
What’s Included:
The tour includes morning tea (sweet treat, coffee, tea etc) and a freshly prepared lunch (filled baguette or croissant, muffin and fruit), at one of the beautiful beaches in the National Park. Stunning scenery and knowledgeable local guides to let you experience the ecology of this beautiful National Park.

Optional self guided walk in the National Park, please get in touch if you would like to do this. There is flexibility with each tour as we run small groups and will do our best to accommodate.

Please advise at the time of booking if you have a preference for a baguette or a croissant and if you have any dietary requirements and any medical conditions we should be aware of, thank you.

Where we meet

We meet at the DOC bus shelter area in Marahau. There is parking and toilet facilities available at this location. We depart from there at 9am. Please refer to the google map for directions.

Additional Information

Please bring your own water bottle (we will have water on board should you need to refill), sunscreen, sandals/flip flops, extra layers as it can be a bit cooler out on the water, swimming costume, hat, shorts or pants that can roll up, and camera.

We reserve the right to cancel trips or alter schedules if weather conditions are not suitable.

A portion of your ticket price goes directly towards preserving the unique environment you will enjoy on your trip in the Abel Tasman. This includes the compulsory concession fees paid to the Department of Conversation as well as voluntary contributions to local organisations and projects to improve the environment, ecology and access to the national park.

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