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Valentine’s Day Video

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With Valentine’s Day only a few days away, why not choose to take your Valentine to the next level and go on an adventure together.

Click the image below to watch our adorable Valentines Day couples in the Torrent River.

White Water Training Day in the Torrent River

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Our Nelson and Tasman region was in much need of some rain and when it finally came it meant the water levels were too high to run a trip through the Torrent River. However, this didn’t stop the boys from going canyoning! They used this day to do some white water training.

Click the image below to watch the video.

Christmas 2017 Newsletter

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Our first newsletter for this season and boy did we have a lot to talk about! Two months into the season and so much has happened already! If you’d like to stay up to date with what’s happening at Abel Tasman Canyons then subscribe so the next one will pop straight into your email inbox. Read the newsletter HERE.

Source to Sea Combo – Canyon and Paddle

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ADRENALINE AND BLISS. Abel Tasman Canyons has come together with Abel Tasman AquaTaxiAquapackers, and Abel Tasman Kayaks to offer the Source to Sea combo. Let us look after you for two days whilst you experience the Abel Tasman National Park at its best.

You will be:

  • Zooming along the coastline on a water taxi
  • Jumping, sliding, abseiling and ziplining through a canyon
  • Sleeping on a floating backpackers
  • Walking a part of the famous coastal track
  • Kayaking through the Astrolabe and over to Adele island

This trip is fully catered. Click HERE to take a look at this video to get an idea what it’s like to take your best friend out for two days of adrenaline and bliss.

A massive shout out to Bare Kiwi for helping us edit this video. For more info visit our Source to Sea page HERE:

Canyoning exploration in New Zealand

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There are few things more exciting than going to places where humans have never been before. Canyoning in New Zealand is getting more popular but there are still thousands of canyons which have not been descended yet. Some because they are too technical, some because they are really hard to get to. This videos captures part of a first descent we did in the Dart Valley. 700m vertical with about 45 back to back waterfalls. Check it out here. More awesome videos in our gallery.