Happy Easter Everyone! We’ve just sent out our Easter Newsletter.
It’s been a great summer here at Abel Tasman Canyons and despite months of no rain in the Tasman region, the canyons in the Abel Tasman National Park still flowed beautifully. Allowing us to continue sharing our passion for canyoning and the Abel Tasman National Park to both locals and visitors. In this newsletter we would like to share with you our latest news and what we have been up to this summer.
We are open until the 30th of April 2019. Over the winter months we will be closed and will reopen again 1st of October 2019.
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Jump into Torrent River this Easter with our LOCALS WEEK SPECIAL!
Soak up the ocean air as we speed up to Anchorage with Aqua Taxi and then enjoy some New Zealand native bush on the walk up to the canyon before diving into the fresh, crystal clear waters of Torrent River. Prepare to be amazed with all of our jumps, slides, abseils and ziplines. Not to mention you will be in great company of our experienced and enthusiastic guides.
Dates: Friday 19th April – Tuesday 30th April 2019
Meeting time: 8:00am (subject to change)
Return time: 4:30pm – 5:00pm
Standard price: $279pp
LOCALS WEEK SPECIAL PRICE: $179pp* Cannot be redeemed on Good Friday or Easter Monday
Happy Summer everyone!
This is our first newsletter of the 2018/2019 season and boy have we had an amazingly busy summer already! A trip into the canyon is proving to be the best way to cool off as this beautiful hot weather continues. The time has flown by and it’s crazy to think we are over half way through this season! We continue to take some fantastic local and international visitors canyoning.
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Jump into Torrent River this November with our LOCALS WEEK SPECIAL!
Soak up the ocean air as we speed up to Anchorage with Aqua Taxi and then enjoy some New Zealand Native bush on the walk up to the canyon before diving into the fresh, crystal clear waters of Torrent River. Prepare to be amazed with all of our jumps, slides, abseils and Zip lines. Not to mention you will be in great company of our experienced and enthusiastic guides.
Dates: Wednesday 15th November – Tuesday 21st November
Meeting time: 8.00am (subject to change)
Return time: 4:30pm – 5:00pm
Standard price: $279pp
LOCALS DAY PRICE: $176.50pp*
Location: Abel Tasman National Park – Start at Marahau
Access: Water taxi (included)
Meet: Aqua Taxi base in Marahau
Free pick up: Motueka, Riwaka, Kaiteriteri, Marahau
Nelson transport: $15pp one way
Duration: Full day
Included: Professional guides, gear, delicious lunch, free photos and videos and two-way water taxi rides between Marahau and Anchorage
Minimum age: 12
You need: Swimwear, towel and closed toed shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, lightweight clothes for water taxi rides and walk in
To book this LOCALS WEEK SPECIAL:
STEP 1: Send us an email at [email protected] or give us a call on 0800 863472
STEP 2: Provide proof of Tasman District residency
STEP 3: Receive your confirmation email
STEP 4: Jump into the canyon!
Please note: Canyoning involves walking on slippery and uneven surfaces, submersion in water and exposure to heights. This trip is a full day physical activity. (For more information see our website / call us on 0800863472)
*Proof of residency in the Tasman District is required.
After months of teasing you with the short version of our latest Torrent River video, we are now stoked to launch the FULL VERSION!!!
Adrien Paris really created something special here, as a professional photographer, videographer and highly qualified canyoning instructor he’s the man for the job.
Enjoy, and while you’re there subscribe to our channels!
We are on the hunt for an all round superstar to manage the place. Job starts in October/November 2018, it is a really full-on position during the summer season, and we have ongoing part-time employment during the off season.
How to get this job? Look through our website and familiarise yourself with what we do, our values, our culture etc, then have a look at the job description below, and then ask yourself a few questions: Does this look like a business I want to manage? Would I like to work in one of the coolest industries? Would I want to live in the extraordinary Nelson-Tasman region? Have I got what it takes? Am I willing to work hard over summer and keep things ticking along over winter? Am I willing to pour my heart and soul into it? And then, send us your amazing application with a Cover Letter and CV, and then cross your fingers and toes. It’s as simple as that.
Applications close on Friday the 14th of September 2018.
Recently Abel Tasman Canyons joined the Abel Tasman Tree Collective, a great local initiative. Through the Abel Tasman Tree Collective we collaborate with other commercial operators and accommodation providers of the Abel Tasman region. We enable visitors to the region to contribute to the restoration of the area and minimize the impacts of their carbon emissions while visiting and enjoying this special place. Donations can be made through any of the members’ websites or premises, including through our website here.
Cyclone Gita caused widespread landslides in the area so one of the project was to replant some of the badly hit areas. Have a look at the video to see what amazing things your support combined with a great community can achieve.
Please contact us if you want to get involved, would like to donate native plants, or if you have skills or machinery that can be of use. The area needs all the help it can get. Also keep an eye on the Abel Tasman Tree Collective facebook page to see when projects take place and many other interesting posts.
For more information about our efforts for better environmental sustainability please have a look at our sustainability page.