Cycle, Kayak and Walk Tasmania
Selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazines '50 Tours of a Lifetime', this complete active adventure on the East Coast of Tasmania traverses all the great spots from Launceston to Hobart. Over six days you will make the most of this adventure playground with a combination of cycling, walking and paddling. You begin by cycling through quaint villages and rural settings, breathe in the scents of rainforests overhead and be awed by the beauty of the eastern coastline - in particular Wineglass Bay and Maria Island. We enjoy great kayaking near Freycinet and move on to stunning walks at Maria Island. Nearing the conclusion of the tour we enjoy a short walk and magnificent views from the summit of Mt Wellington in Hobart. This tour will cater to a wide range of experience 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. Join us on this active and thoroughly rewarding tour of Tasmania.
|DAY 1||Depart Launceston, ride the east coast to Bicheno|
|DAY 2||Walking in Freycinet National Park and half day sea-kayak|
|DAY 3||Cycle south to Triabunna|
|DAY 4/5||Walking on Maria Island|
|DAY 6||Transfer to Hobart, walking options on the summit of Mt Wellington, tour concludes|
Loved everything about this trip. So well organised, the guides were knowledgeable and caring, and pushed you to just outside your comfort zone, the gear was first rate, the size of the tour was very manageable, the food was excellent, and Tasmania absolutely shone. We might have just picked the best week ever to do this trip weather wise, but I think with the knowledge and experience of the guides it would have been a great trip even if it was snowing in February, which is likely in Tasmania! Organise yourself a tour now, don't wait. My new moto for life is WHY NOT, and this trip was everything I hoped it would be. A lot of that has everything to do with the fantastic group of ladies I travelled with and the rest is up to the well organised tour and fab guides. Thanks Ashton and Mick - Loved it all, even when I thought climbing Mt Amos was a stupid idea!