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Totaranui is another long, golden-sand beach, and the only part of the Abel Tasman Coast Track that is accessible by road. There are tent sites located along the beach which are dedicated to the use of people walking the track.

Across the narrow gravel road from the beach is the main Totaranui campground. This is a large camping ground which is enormously popular during the Christmas and New Year peak season. At the northern end of the beach is an extremely picturesque tidal inlet that is a fun, safe place for children to play. To the north you will find some wonderfully secluded beaches, the haunted Whariwharangi Hut and finally, the Wainui carpark at the northern entrance to the Abel Tasman National Park.

Slice of Paradise - enjoy an Abel Tasman water taxi ride and a walk in the park!

Slice of Paradise

Walking & Hiking | Full Day
from $130
Return water taxi and walking trip: Travel the length of the park to Totaranui and back to Onetahuti or Bark Bay then walk the picture-perfect bays.
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Water Taxi – One Way Fare

Water Taxi | Half Day
from $52
Water taxis provide quick and convenient access to the six major bays along the spectacular Abel Tasman coastline.
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Totaranui Scenic Cruise

Scenic Cruise | Half Day
from $111
Return water taxi trip: Cruise from Totaranui to Marahau for a brief look around before returning to Totaranui.
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Bridge and Beach

Walking & Hiking | Full Day
from $103
Return water taxi and walk: Water taxi from Totaranui to Torrent Bay before walking through to Bark Bay. Water taxi back to Totaranui.
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Abel Tasman Water Taxi Charter

Scenic Cruise | Full Day
from $POA
Special charter services available upon request
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Homeward Bound

Guided Kayak & Walk | 3 Days
from $332
Guided kayak trip: Explore the entire Abel Tasman Coast with the ultimate combo of water taxi rides, walking, guided and freedom kayaking.
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2 Day Kayak Hire - Abel Tasman Kayaking

Freedom Totaranui

Freedom Kayak | 3 Days
from $279
Freedom kayaking package: Paddle from Marahau to Onetahuti over two days and then walk through to Totaranui on your third day.
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Local Abel Tasman expert - Brendan Alborn - Experience the best Abel Tasman walking and hiking trips

“Totaranui is my favourite camping ground in the entire country. There is so much to do there. There are awesome tracks in both directions, the fishing is pretty decent and you can have an outdoor fire every night! ”

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