Day 22 and 23 – Nelson / Abel Tasman National Park

Yesterday we spent almost the entire day driving from Franz Josef to Nelson (since it took us over eight hours, Day 22 was pretty much devoted to admiring New Zealand’s beauty through the car window). We did make several stops along the way to break up the drive (one interesting stop was the Pancake Rocks of Punakaiki). Today we headed northwest from Nelson to spend the day at Abel Tasman National Park. We kayaked, enjoyed Abel’s gorgeous beaches, and hiked for a couple of hours on the Abel Tasman Costal Track.

(Day 22 – Scenic drive to Nelson)

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  Pancake Rocks of Punakaiki

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(Day 23 – Abel Tasman National Park)

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8 Responses to “Day 22 and 23 – Nelson / Abel Tasman National Park”

  1. Beautiful! The color of the water is awesome! Whenever I see a stack of pancakes, I’ll always think of the pancake rocks! Let’s hope the pancakes won’t chew like rocks!!!

  2. .We enjoyed the bloggs. much better than lookinjg at the snow drifts. biggest snow storm on the way. Pat home and recovering slowly. getting her diabetus back under conrtrol.
    Vernon & Evelyn

    • Hi grandpa… we are so glad you are enjoying our blogs, we’ll try to do our best to keep them current. That is great news regarding Pat… we are so glad she is recovering well. Stay warm… hugs!

  3. Great post! we’ve featured it on Quivertree Family Expeditions’ Facebook page.

  4. Nancy Chavez Says:

    Breathtaking views!

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