Bach or holiday home | Abel Tasman National Park | #30646
**NO ROAD ACCESS**
Torrent bay is accessible by boat or by walking the Abel Tasman National park track. We can recommend Wilson Abel Tasman water taxi service to get you there. They run a fantastic service which leaves from Kaiteriteri. Or if you choose to walk the track it takes 3 hrs - 3.5 hrs and leaves from Marahau with bueatiful views along the way. There is a low tide track across to Torrent bay inlet or a high tide that takes approximately 45 minutes longer which goes past cleopatra pools.
Enjoy a lazy get away to a place that offers peace & relaxation with the option of switching gears and taking a short or long jaunt in the bush.
Watch the tide come in from the window fill the estuary. Cross the same estuary at low tide to visit the ever enchanting Cleopatra Pools.
Let kids be kids to explore, swim & make memories.
Options of walking further into the Park & being picked up by water taxi & returned back.
Suitable to bring your own or hired kayaks with you.
There are trolleys available by the main Jetty to bring your luggage to the Bach.
No convenience shops
Gas oven, water.
Solar 12v lighting & TV.
Fire also heats water on wet-back.
Water is fine for drinking without boiling first. Although check first
Gas & firewood provided.
Special conditions: No smoking No pets (sorry) All rubbish to be taken out of the park with you
1 x Double bed
1 x Bunk bed
Combined living/sleeping area
1 x Queen bed
*Pricing may vary depending on the dates you choose and the number of guests. Additional charges (extras) and minimum stay criteria may also apply. Service fees may also apply.
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Classic kiwi bach in a truly spectacular location! The Great Walk, proceeding both north and south, is literally out of the gate - we very much enjoyed several days exploring it. And the lagoon is only a couple steps out the gate - our whole family loved walking out of the door barefoot & playing here or at the bay beach. We especially enjoyed meeting local residents of the village. Upon arrival, be sure to find the trolleys at the lagoon jetty, beyond the south (left) side of the beach.