In small groups with two local guides these multi-day walks showcase Tasmania’s remarkable wilderness, its rare plants, animals and history. They are wonderful soft adventure experiences where interesting walking by day is complemented by exclusive and tasteful accommodation at night.
You don’t need to be a seasoned walker to enjoy these walks, just have a sense of adventure and moderate fitness. Your pack is light, weighing just 5 – 8 kg, allowing you to take in the surroundings and listen to fascinating stories from your guides. Each night relax and sit back with gourmet dining and glass of fine Tasmanian wine before retiring to a comfortable bed and pillow.
These walks are all inclusive packages with great service so guests can relax and enjoy themselves to the fullest. Ask your TasVacations travel specialist to complement your walk with suitable pre and/or post accommodation.
Tasmania’s multi-award winning Maria Island Walk is recognised as one of Australia’s outstanding walking experiences. Set in a beautiful world heritage listed island national park this 4 day walk is a delightful blend of rare wildlife, convict heritage, elegant accommodation and candlelit gourmet dining. Explore this fascinating island; walking pristine beaches, magnificent forests, and epic mountain peaks.
FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK
The original and advanced eco-certified Freycinet Experience Walk is a four-day guided, all-inclusive adventure covering the entire length of the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast, including the iconic Wineglass Bay. Returning each evening to a glass of wine, warm baths and comfortable beds in a private room, guests have exclusive access to the beachfront, off-grid and architecturally award-winning Friendly Beaches Lodge.
MT WILLIAM/WUKALINA NATIONAL PARK
The wukalina Walk is a three night - four day fully inclusive guided journey that traverses the cultural homeland of the palawa people. The Walk is owned and operated by palawa, and its purpose is to celebrate and share the entirely distinctive history and culture of the Tasmanian Aboriginal people. Up to ten people are welcomed onto our land by Aboriginal guides, and escorted across the natural landscape of the Bay of Fires (larapuna).
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 31 kms walking (approx.) Explore the highlights of the magical Tasman Peninsula over four fantastic days of walking and sightseeing. This itinerary incorporates some of Tasmania’s most spectacular scenery. Enjoy towering clifftops, marvel at amazing rock formations and take a cruise around the spectacular Tasman Peninsula.
BAY OF FIRES
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 55 kms walking (approx.) Explore the Bay of Fires, over four fantastic days of beach walking and sightseeing. Enjoy spectacular beaches interspersed with boulders covered in bright orange lichen, and take the opportunity to swim in the crystal-clear waters of Tasmania’s East Coast. This itinerary incorporates some of the state’s most stunning coastal scenery, and is almost exclusively beach walking.
CRADLE MOUNTAIN - LAKE ST CLAIR NATIONAL PARK
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 35- 40 kms walking (approx.) Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s most desirable walking destinations and a stunning wilderness region. Enjoy four days of guided walking amongst the beautiful landscapes surrounding Cradle Mountain – walk segments of the famous Overland Track, spot wombats grazing on the grassy plains and hike over mountainous terrain for magnificent views. We visit glacially carved lakes, ancient rainforests, and seek out some of the parks hidden highlights.
TARKINE FOREST RESERVE
A fully guided, pack free 5 day walking tour – 40 to 45 kms walking (approx.)The Tarkine is a vast expanse of wilderness – rich in both natural and cultural heritage. It contains Australia’s largest tract of cool temperate rainforest, and boasts one of the most spectacular stretches of coastline anywhere in the world. It is also home to over 60 rare or endangered species – including the Giant Freshwater Lobster and the iconic Tasmanian Devil.
Walk on kunanyi offers small group guided day walks of kunanyi / Mt Wellington, Tasmania’s most visited natural site. In the care of local guides you’ll get off the beaten track to discover the unique history, plants and animals that are found right on Hobart’s doorstep.