The Abel Tasman Park is a year round open trekking track, which can be trekked with or without a guide. If you love long hiking, Abel Tasman track offers you just that, it is a three to five day walk, which winds through the costal forests and the golden beaches with overwhelming scenery or you could take a dip at the Onetahuti beach. You could even take a sea kayaking, snorkel or drive around the Tonga Island Marine Reserve and see little blue penguins and a seal colony in their natural habitat. If shipwreck diving fascinates you then the Mikhail Lermontov is waiting for you, it is one of the largest shipwrecks in the world; you can dive into and is located in the Marlborough Sounds’ Port Gore. Sail the waters of Marlborough Sounds onboard the Pelorus Mail Boat. Canterbury is such an amazing place that you could go bungy jumping, wind surfing, ski, white-water rafting, mountain biking, whale watching, play golf or visit world-class gardens and vineyards.