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Reasons to come canyoning in the Abel Tasman National Park

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After reasons to come canyoning in the Abel Tasman National Park? We’ve got a few up our sleeves…

Top 5 reasons to come canyoning in the Abel Tasman National Park

Reason Number One: Epic Adventure…naturally!

Of course, this has to be one of the first reasons to come canyoning in the Abel Tasman National Park. This is what you come to us for, right?! A day with Abel Tasman Canyons will be the best possible concoction of adrenaline, unreal scenery, topnotch safety, and a whole lot of awesome memories made!

We will have you sliding, ziplining, jumping, abseiling, scrambling and floating your way to happiness!

Not quite sure what all this means? Check out our Torrent River video!

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Sustainable Tourism Nelson Tasman – Stuff.co.nz

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We’re proud to do our bit for a more sustainable tourism sector in the Nelson Tasman region. It has never been more important to look at the impact we have on the natural environment we hold so dear. It is so inspiring to see more businesses taking steps towards sustainable tourism, making the Nelson Tasman region an even more desirable destination.

A great story on Stuff.co.nz highlights the successes of our region, read it here.sustainable tourism Nelson

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The Abel Tasman Tree Collective

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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.