Kaiteriteri Beach

Kaiteriteri Beach in New Zealand is the launching point for countless expeditions into Tasman National Park. The circular cove is sheltered from crackling waves and is bathed in emerald green water. The golden sand is an excellent place for kids to build sand castles while adults enjoy a picnic with a view. Take a catamaran out to enjoy a relaxing afternoon or cruise through the national park to gaze upon the protected lands. There is parking close to the beach which makes it accessible for people of all ages. Everyone deserves to visit a fairytale beach like this at some point in their life.

Getting There

To reach Kaiteriteri Beach, you will fly to Nelson Airport. If you are flying from Los Angeles, Hong Kong or other international hubs, you will have a number of direct flights options. Fiji Airways, Singapore Airlines, American Airlines, and many other companies fly directly to Nelson. Once you’ve landed in Nelson, your best option is to rent a car and drive about ninety minutes to the beach. If you do not wish to rent a car, you can take a water taxi to the beach leavening directly from the airport.