Ngaio Island - Freedom kayak rental - hire - Abel Tasman National Park

Ngaio Island

from $55
Spend up to three hours paddling from Marahau around the southern point to Split Apple Rock and to the beaches beyond. You'll have enough time to explore the coastline between Marahau and Ngaio, or to relax on a beach of your choosing. Book Now
Availability: 1 October to 31 March
Summer Departure(s): 8.30am, 10:30am, 12:00pm (on request)
Trip duration: Half Day
Ideal for: Exploring at your own pace
Activity level: Moderate
Kayak info: From Marahau into the Southern Abel Tasman Coast

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Ngaio Island

We provide you with a kayak and all of the safety gear you will need for your three hour paddle. After a briefing and instructions on how to use the equipment by a kayak instructor, you set off from Marahau to paddle around the corner to Split Apple Rock and then beyond to the beaches further along the coast.

  • Minimum age 10 years (All children must be accompanied by an adult over 18.)
  • Minimum 2 people

What’s included in this tour?

Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Three hour kayak hire


  • Kayak south from Marahau to visit Split Apple Rock and the beaches beyond.

For group bookings requiring transport between Nelson, Motueka and Marahau please give us a call on 0800 80 80 18 to add bus transfers to your booking.

Important Notice: From December 3rd, New Zealand moved into the new COVID-19 Protection Framework, or traffic light system. We are required to adopt this new framework in order to remain open and also to keep everybody safe. Therefore from December 3rd all customers older than 12 years and 3 months will need to present their My Vaccine Pass before they can use our services. The new Protection Framework also requires that we adhere to the regulations outlined for each of the three levels; red, orange and green. For more specific information about COVID-19 Protection Framework please visit this link. Thank you for your understanding.

Southermn Abel Tasman Map

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