Marahau
Sea Kayaks

Guided & Freedom Rentals in New Zealand’s Sea Kayaking Mecca

Marahau Sea Kayaks provides guided and freedom kayak rental trips in the Abel Tasman National Park. With an extensive range of half-day, full-day and multi-day trip options MSK offers combinations of kayaking, walking, water taxi transfers and accommodation options to suit you.

MSK is obsessed with helping their clients have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the Abel Tasman. As a result of this obsession, they’ve spent many years investing in their facilities, kayaking gear and team. MSK’s kayaking base and all of the gear you’ll use on your trip with MSK is the very latest technology available. They have also developed an incredible team of experienced local guides who are genuinely passionate about the Abel Tasman.

MSK’s range of kayaking trip options is incredible. From half-day guided trips that get you straight into the heart of the Park, through to multi-day freedom rental and fully-guided adventures, Marahau Sea Kayaks is sure to offer your ideal trip.

There are two basic kayaking options; freedom rentals and guided kayaking trips. Guided trips allow you to tap into the local knowledge of an experienced guide and expert kayak instructor. Freedom rentals provide you with the option to paddle into the Park under your own steam and according to your own schedule.

The Abel Tasman National Park has been the mecca for sea kayaking in New Zealand for over 30 years. With its crystal clear waters and golden-sand beaches set against a backdrop of lush native rainforest the Abel Tasman coastline is perfect for exploration in a sea kayak.

Marahau Sea Kayaks (MSK) has been locally owned and operated since it was established in 1986. The company started out with a couple of kayaks operating out of a shed as part of the Marahau Beach Camp. As the Abel Tasman National Park’s reputation as New Zealand’s premium location for sea kayaking grew, so did MSK. Marahau Sea Kayaks is owned by the Alborn family who have invested heavily in the business since they purchased it in 2014. This has included a fleet of new kayaks, completely new softgear, the rebuild of all operating facilities as well as the construction of a brand new, state-of-the-art base in 2018.

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