Three Capes & Tasman Peninsula
Over nine action packed days you will explore the breathtaking coastline of Tasmania from the spectacular Bay of Fires in the North to the staggering cliffs and historical sites of the Tasman Peninsular in the South. With a combination of vehicle supported cycling, kayaking and walking you will make the absolute most of this adventure playground.
The 9 day walk, cycle & kayak adventure is packed with all the must‑see highlights of Tasmania's spectacular East Coast, including Bay of Fires, Douglas Apsley National Park, Freycinet National Park, Tasman Peninsula and Three Capes. This tour is designed to cater to a wide range of experiences and fitness levels and the constant presence and support of professional guides provides you with the option of completing as many or as few kilometres as you please during each day.
The tour is fully vehicle supported so you can walk, cycle & kayak as much as you like. You only need to carry a day pack.
Accommodation is included each night. All meals are included for the duration of the walk, cycle and kayak tour as well as pickup from Launceston and dropoff in Hobart. Small groups of 12 walkers are hosted by two guides. All guides are highly experienced and knowledgeable.
No two days will be the same as you uncover the gems of the region through a diverse array of activities. From cycling along stunning beach vistas, lunching in a boutique brewery, walking through tranquil forests and kayaking in the picturesque Coles Bay, all of your senses will be transported on a journey of discovery which is sure to remain a highlight for years to come.
This 8-day Tasmania's East Coast trekking tour incorporates some of Tasmania's most stunning scenery and offer you a great opportunity to explore the highlights of the magical Tasmania's East Coast. Traverse spectacular fiery red rock beaches of the Bay of Fires and Mt William National Park, admire the dramatic granite peaks and crystal-clear waters of Freycinet and Wineglass Bay, discover Maria Island - Tasmania's Noah's Ark, witness the towering clifftops and amazing rock formations of the Three Capes and Tasman Peninsula region. Your finale is an exhilarating ride on an award-winning cruise to get close to the spectacular rock formations along the coastline and seals. This moderately challenging itinerary will reward you with some of Tasmania's most arresting scenery.
Departing from Launceston, you'll begin first three day walking in Bay of Fires on the northernmost section of Mount William National Park. From its long beaches to teeming wildlife, unique history and abundant flora, Mt William National Park is a place of constant fascination. From here you'll explore iconic sights such as Boulder Point, Cobbler Rocks, Cod Bay, the pink granite lighthouse at Eddystone Point, and beautiful Anson's Bay across sand and headlands encountering some rocky trails.
On Day 4, you'll head to 100 years old Freycinet National Park. Walk Wineglass Bay beach and Hazard’s beach on a circuit track and visit the world-famous pink granite beaches and contrasting white quartz beaches. Finish the stunning day with tasting of local oysters and mussels at locally owned Freycinet Marine Farm.
Day 5 you'll start with a boat ride across to Maria Island and then take an easy Fossil Cliffs walk, which offers you an insight into the past environments of Maria Island.
You'll hike and explore Three Capes and Tasman Peninsula region on the last three days. The Three Capes walk is rated moderate to hard, with rocky surfaces and many steps and climbs. On Day 8, you'll enjoy a 3-hour award-winning cruise passing close by the spectacular rock formations along the coastline.
Your package includes 7 nights' accommodation on a twin share basis (single supplement available at additional expense), guided walks each day with experienced guides, meals and snacks, transport each day, and pickup from Launceston and drop-off Hobart.
The walk is fully supported and you only need to carry a day pack.
Embark on a journey of discovery and inspired by the stunning natural environment.