What to do and see in Kaiteriteri, South Island: The Best Things to do Good for Couples

May 22, 2022 Phylicia Berquist

Kaiteriteri is a town and seaside resort in the Tasman Region of the South Island of New Zealand. It is close to both Marahau, the main gateway to Abel Tasman National Park, and the township of Motueka. It is best known for its scenic beaches.
Restaurants in Kaiteriteri

1. Kaiteriteri Kayaks

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5.0 based on 427 reviews

Kaiteriteri Kayaks

Sea Kayaking Abel Tasman National Park Kaiteriteri Kayaks has been operating sea kayaking tours in the Abel Tasman National Park for nearly 20 years. With every trip we ensure that: safety is a priority; everyone has a relaxed time in an enjoyable atmosphere, and the beautiful environment is respected. Our trips are about experienced guides and good times, not hard work. For lots of laughs join a trip with the locals! Over 50 kilometres of coastline offers dozens of golden sand beaches to visit, while the many coves and lagoons provide plenty of interesting nooks and crannies to explore. Sea kayaking here also opens up a world of sea and bird life encounters with animals such as penguins, seals and dolphins. So all in all, you’ve got to say, it’s really not a bad spot!

2. Split Apple Rock Cruise

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5.0 based on 33 reviews

Split Apple Rock Cruise

Abel Tasman's ORIGINAL Split Apple Rock Coffee Cruise. Join Skipper Dave as we depart from the Kaiteriteri Beach cruising northwards hugging the coastline, gliding into the beautiful secluded bays as we make our way to iconic Split Apple Rock. Unlike every other cruise, we run super close to the land giving you the opportunity to see these typical Abel Tasman beaches close up. As we cruise be sure to check out the gorgeous native bush and be wow’d by some of the homes tucked along the beaches. Once we reach Split Apple Rock we will drop anchor and enjoy the tranquil beauty of this incredible formation. Feed the fish or go for a swim or simply relax on board with a complimentary tea or coffee. If you are looking for a short cruise without the crowds and with truly personal service then this is the cruise for you! Whether you are on your own or travelling with the whole tribe, this is an experience like no other. FYI: We have toilet & change room facilities on board for your comfort.

3. Waka Abel Tasman

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5.0 based on 173 reviews

Waka Abel Tasman

Ideal for everyone including families with young children, paddle along the coast to Split Apple Rock – Toka Ngawha. It's an easy, two-hour return trip, and by the end you'll understand how empowering membership of a waka crew can be. Bookings are required and we offer discounts for groups.

4. Kaiteriteri Beach

Tasman, New Zealand 5 Kaiteriteri-Sandy Bay Road RD 2, Kaiteriteri 7197 New Zealand +64 3-527 8010 http://www.experiencekaiteriteri.co.nz
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4.5 based on 490 reviews

Kaiteriteri Beach

Reviewed By 67arda - North Shore, New Zealand

such a lovely spot, especially Little Kaiteriteri - pristine water, golden sands - paradise and a jewel in paradise

5. Abel Tasman Sailing Adventures

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4.5 based on 163 reviews

Abel Tasman Sailing Adventures

We are a local family owned yacht charter business who have been providing great sailing opportunities in the region for 20 years. Skippered tours include daily scheduled sailing tours, private personalised sailing tours & multi day sailing holidays in the Abel Tasman National Park, Nelson and Tasman Bay waters. Our fleet consists of 3 day sailing catamarans and 2 larger cruising sailing catamarans. Guests experience a quality, personalised and friendly service and a most memorable holiday. Join a scheduled day tour with others, selecting either a full day sailing tour or a combination tour including half day sailing and half day walking, kayaking, cycling or motor water taxi. Or arrange an exclusive tour for either a full day or an overnight multi-day holiday. Stay on board the comfortable cruising catamaran, choose your length of stay and customise your time on board to suit your timetable. Your skipper is your host and guide. Enjoy the bay the Peaceful, Quiet, Relaxing way!

6. Split Apple Rock

Moonraker Way, Kaiteriteri 7197 New Zealand
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4.5 based on 87 reviews

Split Apple Rock

Reviewed By klvmar

This is a must-see when cruising the coast of Abel Tasman National Park. All the commercial cruise boats head here, but they take turns getting close, so everyone has a chance to take that perfect picture.

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