Kahurangi National Park Caving and Canyoning
Located in the northwest of the South Island and ranging to near Golden Bay in north, is Kahurangi National Park. This national park was created in 1996 making it one of New Zealand's newest national parks, and at 452,002 hectares it is also the second largest. Translated, its name has a number of meanings including 'treasured possession', an apt description of its wonderfully diverse natural and recreational values.
Mobile-friendly - Sliding down water polished chutes, jumping into crystal clear pools, abseiling through showering waterfalls, and flying down ziplines. Abel Tasman Canyons provides exciting and action-packed guided canyoning trips in the Abel Tasman National Park, the Kahurangi National Park and Mt Richmond Forest Park. Canyoning: the best adventure to get roped into.
Mobile-friendly - A unique combination of natural landforms, diverse ecosystems, prehistoric fossils, Moa bones and spectacular caves and arches born of a million years of undisturbed isolation. Tucked away in a remote corner of warm rainforest on the Northern West Coast of New Zealand, near Karamea, is the Oparara. Discover this beautiful and special area with us. Booking is essential.
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