Tasman Peninsula kayaking tour – Roaring 40s Kayaking

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Get up close and personal with the southern hemisphere’s highest sea cliffs and resident Australian fur seals. This exhilarating adventure will have you kayaking along the coast of the Tasman National Park towards Cape Hauy, a star feature of Tasmania’s newest world-class hike – the Three Capes Track. At sea level you’ll truly appreciate the scale of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, gazing up at 200-metre-high fluted rock formations, peering into natural sea caves, photographing the towering Candlestick, and searching for climbers on the Totem Pole – a sheer column famed amongst thrill-seeking rock climbers. Enjoy our gourmet Tasmanian lunch at a deserted cove, paddle over a semi-submerged shipwreck and marvel at the abundant marine wildlife that lives along this coast, including resident fur seals, soaring sea eagles, diving gannets, cliff-nesting cormorants, peregrine falcons, and if we’re lucky – a pod of dolphins or a migrating whale.
Operated by Roaring 40s Kayaking, a locally-owned award-winning business, widely regarded as Tasmania’s premier sea kayaking operator. Roaring 40s Kayaking are passionate about Tasmania and mad about kayaking, with a dedicated team of professional outdoor adventure guides whom have grown up on the waterways around this special island.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours

Fitness

Moderate

Disabled Assistance

Caters for hearing impairment Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Caters for vision impairment Disabled access available

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Clean Practicing Business ECO Certified (Advanced Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia

Services

$240

Get up close and personal with the southern hemisphere’s highest sea cliffs and resident Australian fur seals. This exhilarating adventure will have you kayaking along the coast of the Tasman National Park towards Cape Hauy, a star feature of Tasmania’s newest world-class hike – the Three Capes Track. At sea level you’ll truly appreciate the scale of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, gazing up at 200-metre-high fluted rock formations, peering into natural sea caves, photographing the towering Candlestick, and searching for climbers on the Totem Pole – a sheer column famed amongst thrill-seeking rock climbers.
Enjoy our gourmet Tasmanian lunch at a deserted cove, paddle over a semi-submerged shipwreck and marvel at the abundant marine wildlife that lives along this coast, including resident fur seals, soaring sea eagles, diving gannets, cliff-nesting cormorants, peregrine falcons, and if we’re lucky – a pod of dolphins or a migrating whale.

Disabled Access

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