Eco Boat Tour

Ab NZD 220,00 NZ$
  • Dauer: 6 Stunden (ca.)
  • Ort: Marahau, Tasman
  • Produkt-Code: GoldEco1
Make treasured memories on our signature Golden Future Eco boat tour, a fun and relaxing journey through the ecosystem of the Abel Tasman National Park.  We explore the wondrous islands, forests, beaches, rivers and seas of Te Tai Tapu (The Sacred Coast).  Relax and enjoy lunch on our world class beaches and cool off in our crystal clear waters.

Our skippers/guides are very knowledgeable and will safely guide you through the natural wonders of this special place.  We offer a unique, safe and fun nature experience for all ages.  Our tour groups are small so we can offer a very personalised and flexible tour.  Our guides are passionate conservationists who love sharing their knowledge and experience of the Abel Tasman National Park and all that lives in the park.

We support several local conservation projects and sustainability, and every $2 from each person booked on tour goes towards these conservation projects.  Every little bit helps.

Tours starts at 9am and finish approximately 3-3.30pm.  We meet at the DOC Bus Shelter area in Marahau, there is parking and toilet facilities available at this location.

The tour includes morning tea (cake, coffee, tea etc) and a freshly prepared lunch (filled baguette/croissant, muffin and fruit), 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, thank you.  Please note that there is a small charge for an infant's lunch should you request this.

Please note:

-  Adult price is for 16 years +/  Children's price is for 5-15 years / Infant 0-4 years

** Price includes Environmental Access Fee (EAF) - 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.