Mix it up with multi-activities to get more from your Tasmanian Adventure
Tasmania is a haven for adventure enthusiasts with its enormous variety of landscapes crammed into what is a comparatively small area. Mountains, ancient forests, beautiful coastline, picturesque bays and pristine rivers are all part of what makes Tasmania such a sought-after destination.
The variety of landscapes can make it difficult to choose how best to enjoy the experience. Will it be a stunning short walk, a world-class multi-day trek, cycling through a beautiful forest or along a magnificent coastline or rafting on a pristine river?
Whether your ideal holiday is an introductory tour or a full-on, adrenalin-pumping challenge, a multi-activity holiday may be the best way to experience all that’s on offer.
Multi-activity adventures provide different perspectives on destinations. By mixing up the activities, you can gain access to more remote attractions that would otherwise have remained inaccessible.
Including a kayaking activity, for example, means you get to see a coastline from a different perspective. As well as making the experience more memorable, trying something new might lead to a new interest or, at least, to consider a similar experience in a new destination.
Creating variety in your activities can make you feel that you’ve seen and done more.
You don’t need the skillset of an advanced rower to join a kayaking tour. You need a willingness to have a go. If you love Tasmania for its many attractions, it’s time to get out and explore it by walking, trekking, cycling, kayaking and rafting. Consider a multi activity trip to get the most from your next adventure.
6 day of exploring the East Coast by riding through the quaint fishing villages, paddling out into Coles Bay and discovering Maria Island’s best spots including the painted cliffs.
Discover the Port Arthur Historic site, cruise the Tasman Peninsula looking for wildlife, hop in a kayak in Coles Bay, take a walk in Freycinet National Park and cycle along the East Coast over 9 days.
Raft the mighty rapids on the famous Franklin River, named by Outside Magazine as the world’s best river journey. Hike up to Frenchmans Cap for a fantastic view over the Southwest National Park.
For lovers of fresh local produce, this multi-activity trip stops at oyster bars, berry farms and other delightful produce stores whilst riding around Bruny Island. Enjoy a wildlife cruise and walk in the tree tops along the Tahune Airwalk.
Cruise the peninsular for fur seals, rare sea-birds and whales, walk to Cape Raoul and Cape Hauy, see the highest sea cliffs in the South Hemisphere and explore historic site Port Arthur.
The ultimate 39 day multi-activity challenge traverses the island from the north at Penguin down to Cockle Creek in the south. Join the exclusive small group as they trek, sail, raft and fly across Tasmania.