10 Day Tasmanian Wilderness Camping Safari Hobart - Launceston

This tour takes you on a full circuit of Tasmania, beginning with beaches forests mountains of Tasmania's scenic east coast. In the first four days we will visit the Tasman Peninsula and its giant sea cliffs, Freycinet Peninsula where we'll climb up through the hazards to view magical Wineglass Bay. Then venturing further north we will walk through the spectacular Blue Tier mountains and forests, famous for its giant ferns and eucalypts, ending up on the north east coast with arguably some of the world's best beaches at Bay of Fires.

Then the second half of the tour takes us through Tasmania's wild and remote west coast. We aim to stay away from the crowds, from camping in the bush to sleeping beside the ocean under the stars. Enjoy bushwalks through Cradle Mountain, the Tarkine and Lake St Clair. Cross the west coast's Pieman River at Corinna, a remote settlement and camp beside the Southern Ocean. Marvel at Tasmania's tallest waterfall, Montezuma Falls and glow-worms of Marakoopa, drive through Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Visit some of Australia's tallest trees in the Styx Valley.

Each day we participate in walks from 1- 5 hours and travel by four-wheel-drive vehicles which are ideal to access remote areas. Each night we experience bush camping and delicious meals with campfire cooking. When we camp we use tents or you can sleep under the stars and we supply cosy swags. W
Highlights include Mole Creek Karst Caves, Cradle Mountain, Tarkine Rainforests, Corinna, West Coast Beaches, waterfalls, Franklin River, Lake St Clair, Mount Field, the world's tallest flowering plants, Tasman Peninsula, towering sea cliffs, Port Arthur, Freycinet, Wineglass Bay, Blue Tier, Bay of Fires, waterfalls, remote beaches and wildlife. 10 Day Tasmanian Wilderness Camping Safari Hobart