Tonga Island Marine Reserve, Abel Tasman National Park

Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Tonga Island Marine Reserve is a protected area on the northern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It surrounds Tonga Island and is next to the Abel Tasman National Park. The marine reserve was created in 1993 and covers an area of 1,835 hectares (7.08 sq mi).
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  • My wife and I went on a tour and had a fabulous time. The scenery is spectacular and rugged. Well worth seeing this.  more »
  • We were fortunate to watch a pod of about 50 dolfins come up from behind our boat and quickly pass in front of us and move out to sea. Our guide mentioned that he had only seen about three other pods....  more »
  • Beautiful place
  • amazing place of nature

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