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4 Day Hiking Tasmania's Wilderness (Private Tour)

This 4 Day tour combines some of Tasmania's Great Short Walks with the extensive flora and fauna. Get to know Tasmania's beautiful landscapes, temperate rainforests and experience the untouched wilderness which Tasmania has become famous for.

PRE-NIGHT ARRIVAL HOBART

Your private chauffeur will greet you at Hobart airport and transfer you to your accommodation.

Accommodation: Henry Jones Art Hotel (Deluxe Spa Harbour View) Meals:           ---

 

Day 1  HOBART – TASMAN PENINSULA

Start your day with an introduction to Hobart and its engaging history. Enjoy a scenic drive to the alpine wilderness of Mt Wellington, the 1270m peak, which provides the dramatic backdrop to the city and offers stunning views (weather dependant). Stroll through forested gullies along historic tracks and explore Tasmania’s flora and fauna on some of the shorter bushwalks. Continue to the Tasman Peninsula with its many interesting geological features, such as the Devil’s Kitchen and Tasman Arch.

Accommodation: Stewarts Bay Lodge (Premium Chalet) Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

 

Day 2  TASMAN PENINSULA

Get ready for some of the most spectacular coastal lookouts in Tasmania, today’s walk takes you to Cape Hauy. Skirt the rocky coastline before heading inland into the She Oaks and Banksia scrub of this beautiful lower coastline. The forest then opens to the undulating slopes of Cape Hauy. The steepest part of today’s walk is down onto the cape. Venture out to the tip of the cape where views stretch out over sea cliffs and you may catch a glimpse of brave rock climbers tackling the Totem Pole and other dolerite columns, while islands rise up from the sea. From here retrace your steps back to where the white sands of Fortescue Bay beg for a bracing swim.

Accommodation: Stewarts Bay Lodge (Premium Chalet) Meals:  Breakfast and Lunch (Picnic)

 

Day 3  TASMAN PENINSULA – MARIA ISLAND – FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK

After an early rise travel to the seaside village of Triabunna and board a ferry to cross the Mercury Passage to Maria Island. This unique island national park sits just off Tasmania’s east coast. Enjoy a day of peaceful walking along historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged fossil cliffs and imposing mountains. This island sanctuary provides an opportunity to view its resident wildlife including bare nosed wombats, Cape Barren geese, Tasmanian pademelons, kangaroo, wallabies and, if you are lucky, even the Tasmanian Devil in their natural environment. In the afternoon you continue along Tasmania’s East Coast, with its exceptional beauty, pristine white sandy beaches and granite coastline before you settle in to your accommodation for the night.

Accommodation: Freycinet Lodge (One Room Cabin) Meals: Breakfast and Lunch (Picnic)

  

Day 4  FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK - HOBART

Today, there will be ample time to explore the unsurpassed beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula and take an interpreted walk to the world-famous Wineglass Bay lookout for some stunning photo opportunities. If you are feeling energetic you can do the Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach circuit walk (4 - 5 hours). Alternatively, undertake some shorter walks such as the cliff-top walk around the lighthouse at Cape Tourville, stroll the expansive sands of Friendly Beaches, or explore the rock pools of Honeymoon Bay. Return to Hobart late afternoon in time for a late afternoon flight or add an additional night in Hobart.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Private touring with local guide, transport in a well-appointed vehicle, 4 nights’ accommodation, 4 x breakfast, 4 x lunch, Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site, Maria Island Ferry, private airport transfer and all national parks passes.
(small program changes may possible without notice due to unforeseen circumstances outside of our control)

From $4,058 per person (based on double occupancy)

From $2,889 per person (based on 2 x double occupancy / 2 couples)

Pricing is in USD and subject to change.