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We are on the radio! Check us out on MORE FM!

By | Media, News

We have teamed up with MORE FM to take two lucky listeners and More FM Workplace Social Club Host Josh, on an adventure through the Torrent River Canyon on the 6th of April 2018.

You can win too. To enter, text the keyword CANYON and why you would like to take on the challenge to 559 and you are in the draw.

Update: two lucky winner and Josh went on a trip – have a look at this hilarious video to see how they got on!

Stuff Article on the 2018 New Zealand Canyoning Festival

By | Media, News

A few of our guides and office staff were able to attend the Canyoning Festival held in St Arnauld at the beginning of February 2018. Click the image below to read the article featured on Stuff Website. This was such an awesome event where 100 canyoning enthusiasts with all different experience came together to learn new skills and go canyoning around the Nelson Lakes and Nelson region.

“Canyoning In The Abel Tasman Was The Best Experience Of My Life”

By | Articles by you, Media

This amazing woman, Lee came canyoning with us and wrote about it on her blog page befreewithlee.com. She states “Canyoning in the Abel Tasman National Park was one of the best experiences of my life. I really hope you get the chance to experience this epic trip while travelling through the Nelson region, as it is such a wonderful, soul strengthening activity!” Her journey is an inspiration to us as she writes about her own experience suffering with mental health issues.

She says she felt after her canyoning adventure “(I felt) alive, exhilarated, empowered and like I really could do anything. I also felt like I wanted to be a canyon guide afterwards lol. It was such a magical experience being able to push my limits”.

We are so proud of her for stepping out of her comfort zone, exploring something completely new and loving it!!

Well done Lee!!

To read about her day canyoning with us click HERE.

Article featuring our local guide Oscar Hadley

By | Media, News

We are so proud of our youngest guide Oscar Hadley featuring in The Guardian. Click the link below to read the full article online and learn about his journey as a local boy from Motueka High School to becoming a fully trained canyoning guide.

To read the full article online click here and flick to page 6.

Abel Tasman Canyons in the Commerce Comment

By | Awards, Media

The exposure we are getting from the Awards is exceeding our expectations. Here is another fantastic write up on the award and our business. Many thanks to the team at Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce and all the sponsors.

Abel Tasman Canyons - Canyoning New Zealand

Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce – Commerce Comment- Supreme Winners

Go with the flow in Abel Tasman National Park

By | Articles by you, Media

Fantastic write up by Joanna Davis on Stuff. In her two days in the Abel Tasman she came out with Abel Tasman CanyonsAbel Tasman AquaTaxi, and Abel Tasman Eco Tours, and she stayed the night at Abel Tasman Lodge. Read her article to see how she rated her time in the park! Warning: you might find yourself wanting to follow in her footsteps!

Click HERE to read the full article on Stuff website.

Discovery of our canyons was a bit of a fluke

By | Awards, Media, News

We just wanted to share this article that we featured in the Nelson Mail and Stuff. Toine, our managing director talks about how the canyons he discovered in the Abel Tasman National Park were a bit of a fluke.

We were honoured enough to enjoy the evening alongside some other entrants who are operators that also provide just as exciting adventures within the Abel Tasman National Park: Abel Tasman Sailing Adventurers, R&R Kayaks and Wilsons Abel Tasman.

To read the full article follow the link HERE to the page featuring on Stuff website.

We made it on the front page of The Guardian!

By | Awards, Media, News

After winning the Supreme Business Award and the Small Medium Enterprise Award at the 2017 Nelson Industries Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, Abel Tasman Canyons featured on the front page of The Guardian.

If you’re interested grab a cup of your favourite tea and check out the online link HERE to the full article below (yes you can read the newspaper online these days!).