Dream away: Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand

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There are so many places in the world I want to see but New Zealand is high on my list. New Zealand is known for its beautiful nature and national parks. What do you think of the Abel Tasman National Park?

Abel Tasman National Park | New Zealand

This may well be the smallest national park in New Zealand but is of unparalleled beauty. The park is known for its golden beaches and black granite rocks that can be found all over the coast. Here you can walk for hours. A very famous route is the Abel Tasman coast track. This is a wonderful walk along a variety of beaches. Or how about sea kayaking with dolphins.

Have you ever been to New Zealand?

Er zijn nog zoveel plekken in de wereld die ik graag wil zien maar wat staat Nieuw Zeeland hoog op mijn lijst.

Nieuw Zeeland staat bekend om zijn prachtige natuur en nationale parken. Wat denk je van het Nationaal park Abel Tasman. Dit mag dan wel het kleinste nationaal park van Nieuw Zeeland zijn maar is van ongekende schoonheid.

Het park is bekend om zijn gouden stranden en de zwart granieten rotspartijen die over heel de kust te vinden zijn.

Hier kun je uren wandelen. Een hele bekende route is de Abel Tasman coast track. Dit is een prachtige wandeling langs allerlei stranden. Of wat dacht je van zeekajakken tussen de dolfijnen.

Ben jij weleens in Nieuw Zeeland geweest?

Kayak the Abel Tasman

 

New ZealandSwimming with the seals on the itinerary for Abel Tasman National Park near Nelson

Bark Bay seen on Abel Tasman Coastal Track in Abel Tasman National Park on New Zealand's South Island.

 

 

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