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Kaiteriteri Beach

Kaiteriteri, New Zealand
+64 800 000 901
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Full-Day Abel Tasman National Park Hiking Tour with Cruise
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  • Average5%
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“golden sand” (37 reviews)
“beautiful beach” (30 reviews)
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Kaiteriteri, New Zealand
+64 800 000 901
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great little seaside spot to begin exploring the Abel Tasman National Park. Not a lot open when we visited - cold wet windy day and not quite in 'season'. However great little store that sits by the campground and great coffee/cafe made sure we were...More

Thank FamilyChisholm
Reviewed 1 week ago

Kaiterteri beach and the lagoon is an essential place to visit for anyone going to Kaiteriteri. The water is beautiful as is the sand and its a great place to relax and enjoy your stay.

Thank Fabulous F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On our visit we were very impressed with the quality of accommodation. Beds very comfortable, staff especially friendly and helpful. View from our unit glorious. Eating places great. Would definitely visit again.

Thank 690Sylvia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Outstanding beaches, wonderful for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding, sailing and stunning able tasman walk way contours the park.

Thank lisamcilwraithnz
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Went a few times to Kaiteriteri beach and had a fantastic time every time very clean small beach but not very overcrowded either . Nice Place to eat a short walk away too good alround place to visit stunning NZ at its Best.

Thank Gary G
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Kaiteriteri is another beach area to visit, relax on the beach have an ice cream or just take in the views. Go here to watch the sun rise or sunset and you won't be disappointed and it's a starting point to take a boat to...More

Thank PatMacnz64
Reviewed 3 August 2017

This beach is the departure point for water taxis servicing Abel Tasman National Park. There is ample parking, a playground, and free public toilets. The beach was extremely quiet in winter with more seagulls than people. Views across the water were pretty early in the...More

Thank Jeffrey K
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

Love this place, not so much in winter but summer time it's truly an amazing place. Been coming here for over 40 years. It's a bit more commercialised now, but it's a lovely place to come all the same

Thank Tracy D
Reviewed 18 July 2017

We went on kayak and hiking tours as we were only in town for a few days, but the beach and surrounding area could entertain you for weeks. Don;t go if you're afraid to get wet/ dirty- trekking and watersports are the main forms of...More

Thank SamGoesNomad
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

There's so many beautiful beaches close to Kaiteriteri that are so much better. Kaiteri is way too crowded as unfortunately a lot of wealthy families from Christchurch flock over every Summer. It's more of a fashionable location, where you would go to be seen. I...More

Thank bean34900
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28 July 2015|
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Response from David R | Reviewed this property |
I have already answered this question a few weeks back. I do not know about bus schedules, I'm afraid, and in any case would recommend renting a car in order to get around New Zealand: the roads are generally quiet and the... More
29 June 2015|
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Response from Bruce M | Reviewed this property |
I agree that a car is the only way to go. The Kiwi companies have worked well for us. If time allows, I recommend you spend time further north at Golden Bay...the east side has terrific access to the less crowded north... More