Tapu Bay is just a 2 minute walk (200 meters) from your accomodation, down a track for access to the beach which is wonderful for long walks in the sun especially at low tide. There is vast views of the Tasman bay on offer on a clear day you can see all the way to D’Urville island.
Ask Rebecca or Merv to show you the way!
Stephens Bay is just a five minute stroll down the length of Stephens Bay Road, you will find a very safe swimming beach that is a little less busy than Kaiteriteri's main beaches. Kayaks and smaller boats can be launched at Stephens Bay, this is a great place to spend the day relaxing in the sun, swimming, boating, fishing - there are endless hours of summer fun for all!
A slightly longer walk over the hill from Stephens Bay will take you to Kaiteriteri's main beach. There are stunning views of the Tasman Bay looking up the coast from many spots on this walk; photo opportunities abound, we highly reccomend this track.
For the mountain bike enthusits there is direct access to the Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park which starts immediately across the road via the Mr Stephens track. Straight out on to your bike and hit the trails!
View Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park Map (TrailForks.com)
Kaiteriteri Kayaks has been operating sea kayaking tours in the Abel Tasman National Park for nearly 20 years. Over 50 kilometres of coastline offers dozens of golden sand beaches to visit, while the many coves and lagoons provide plenty of interesting nooks and crannies to explore.
Kaiteriteri Kayaks (seakayak.co.nz)
Scenic Cruises & superb experiences in the Abel Tasman National Park, while traveling on clear, blue water. Cruise to Awaroa and dine at the world famous Awaroa Lodge, or get up close and personal with the native Fur Seals (Kekeno) in the Abel Tasman National Park. Get some incredible nature photos & enjoy a lovely walk! Our trips offer you superb experiences in the Abel Tasman.
Abel Tasman Sea Shuttle (abeltasmanseashuttles.co.nz)