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Kaiteriteri has to be one of the South Island's number one beach destinations. Its sand coming from the weathering of granite ground into glittering gold particles. Kaiteriteri is located just 13 km from Motueka, and 5 km from Marahau which is the gateway to Abel Tasman National Park. View other accommodation in Nelson Bays

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Kaiteriteri, the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park, offers a wealth of activities for visitors. We offer 440 power campsites and 17 cabins (1-5 persons) - 8 of which have ensuite shower and toilet plus 2 with access facilities....
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Holiday Park: Our Tree lined holiday park operates all year round offering a varity of spacious sites for your camping pleasure. With amenities, powered andnon powered options and many adventures on our doorstep like fishing, walking...
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Pick up from airport or accommodation to any destination of your choice at very reasonable rates. 12 seat van or larger buses if necessary.
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Kaiteriteri Kayak is the most fun you can have on the water. Come and enjoy our blend of good times, great people, personality-plus guides and interactive trips! - - We get more customers through referrals and word of mouth because the enthusiasm cannot be contained....
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The Shoreline Restaurant is situated perfectly a few metres from the glistening waters of the Tasman Bay and the golden sands of Kaiteriteri Beach
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Overlooking Kaiteriteri Beach Great beach for swimming and boating. Many thanks to the Kaiteriteri Beach Camp.
The town has a motor camp, motels, general store and restraurants. There are a number of good walks in the area, starting with the short walk around to little Kaiteri and others including Withell’s Walk, starting behind the campground and Kaka Pah Point Walk, at the end of the beach. They offer a view across the bay that encourages you to go and explore the more secluded coves and hideaways around the coast.

Close by is Abel Tasman National Park, where you can hire a kayak or water taxi and experience the beauty of the area from the sea. Abel Tasman is our most popular national park and the tramping track is one of New Zealand’s Great Walks.

There are a number of other interesting locations to explore in the area. Moving up Takaka Hill leads you to the Ngarua Caves, which are known for their wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Also Harwood’s Hole off the Canaan Road is worth a look. This is a vertical shaft 183 metres deep.
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