Specialised multi-day, fully inclusive guided walking tours and day walks throughout Tasmania.
Enjoy the small groups, no heavy packs, fine dining and comfortable accommodation every night. The walking holidays are programmed for cooler parts of the year with generally no extremes of weather.
These walking tours take you to places that very few people go. The good will and generosity of farmers and landowners allows you private access to some of the finest tracts of rural Tasmania that you can find. The walking tours are as diverse as the guests, rolling hills and grassy plains, remote islands, lofty cliffs, remote sandy beaches and small coves. Mountains and rainforest, rivers, streams, pristine lakes and tarns. Experience the ‘real’ Tasmania on these walking holidays.
Whether it is history, flora and fauna, bird or marine life, working farms, convict built properties, bushrangers or explorers you will have local experts who are passionate and knowledgeable join the walks to provide meaningful and engaging interpretation.
These multi-day walking tours in Tasmania are fully inclusive and designed for walkers who want an active, but not overly strenuous walking holidays that provide friendly and experienced guides and daily distances that make for pleasant and enjoyable walking.
From $1425 to $3250
This walking tour is more than just a walk; it is a complete holiday from start to finish. Not only will you feel invigorated by being active, but also fascinated and stimulated by the places you visit as well as being informed and enriched by the people you meet.
Take the opportunity to explore the highlights of two of Tasmania’s fine cities, Hobart and Launceston as well as experience some of Tasmania’s rich historic past with your day at Port Arthur. Your walk will take you across rolling hills, rural pastures and pure white remote beaches to the towering clifftops of Tasmania’s east coast.
Explore two offshore islands with short sea crossings and a very good chance of spotting dolphins or even whales in the pristine waters of the Tasman Sea. Cross peaceful tidal estuaries and from the comfort of your warm and homely accommodation look out on a fine day to views ranging from peaceful paddocks to a sunrise over the sea.
In Hobart, prior to your tour, you can visit Battery Point and Salamanca Place where you will soak up the past, perhaps sipping coffee on a cobbled walkway or view a tall ship in Constitution Dock.