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Tasmania
Sedunia Travel
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Cities to Visit: Tasmania
Language: English

Tour Deal


Booking Period: from Now till March 20, 2022
Travel Period: from Now till March 31, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ explore the best scenery, unique wildlife and its rich history in Tasmania
~ visit its beautiful landscapes, warm people and delicious food and wine offers plenty of opportunities to actively explore its stunning wilderness and embrace its many charming cities and towns.
~ visit Salamanca Place to see how forward-thinking purveyors and curators have transformed heritage spaces into restaurants, cafés and galleries.
~ visit to the town of Penguin, you will find dozens of statues commemorating just how cute these creatures are.
What To Expect
Tasmania is south-east of mainland Australia. However, its also widely known for having the cleanest air in the world. Combine that with some of the best scenery, unique wildlife and its rich history which makes this Australian destination a must-visit as its beautiful landscapes, warm people as well as all of the delicious food and wine offers plenty of opportunities to actively explore its stunning wilderness and embrace its many charming cities and towns.
  • Day 1: Arrive Welcome to Hobart (Dinner)

    At the mouth of the River Derwent, Australia’s southernmost city embraces its history, but has one eye firmly planted on the future. You only need to visit Salamanca Place to see how forward-thinking purveyors and curators have transformed heritage spaces into restaurants, cafés and galleries. Step back in time once again at Battery Point, settled as a defensive outpost in the 19th century, and Constitution Dock – this is where yachts finish when competing in the annual Sydney to Hobart race. Put your destination into perspective from the summit of Mt. Nelson, offering a dreamy outlook over the capital. Touring Tasmania never looked so good.

    : Dinner
  • Day 2: Hobart – Strahan (Breakfast / Dinner)

    Not many people live in the West of Tasmania – even less visit. This is not for want of appeal. Mount Field National Park dials up the drama from the moment you arrive, delivering World Heritage-listed wilderness in the form of soaring eucalypts (some of the tallest on Earth) and thundering waterfalls. Russell Falls will take your breath away in more ways than one. And just when you think nature couldn’t get any more humbling, you arrive at Lake St. Clair, the deepest freshwater lake in Australia. It’s one of numerous waterways breaking your path to Strahan, gateway to World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Strahan – Cradle Mountain (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    The inky waters of the Gordon River – given its colour by amber button-grass tannins – are as eery as they are beautiful, the mirror-like surface only broken by your Gordon River cruise chariot out to Sarah Island. It’s hard to reconcile the beauty of this part of the state with its grim history as a penal colony; a place where convicts would fell Huon pines for boat building. Thankfully, they didn’t get to the 2,000-year-old pine that still stands proud at Heritage Landing. Early settlers didn’t mince their words when they called the treacherous entrance to the river’s harbour Hells Gates. You’ll understand why when you drift past. Cradle Mountain awaits to the north. If you’re content by the fire with a glass of wine – stay there. Otherwise, follow your guide into the night to spot Tassie devils in the wild.


    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4: Cradle Mountain – Smithton (Breakfast / Dinner)

    When the first thing you see is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, you know you’re in for a good day. This is your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake on your Cradle Mountain tour, the bucolic landscape here a natural magnet for Bennetts wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. Just when you thought the west coast couldn’t get any more dramatic, ‘The Nut’ appears on the horizon. This 152-metre bluff created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug guards over Stanley, an atmospheric fishing village with remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. Browse boutiques at your leisure, or lace up your walking shoes – The Nut summit awaits.


    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 5: Smithton – Launceston (Breakfast)

    While you may not see any shy, nocturnal penguins on your visit to the town of Penguin, you will find dozens of statues commemorating just how cute these creatures are. Be sure to snap a picture in front of the 10-metre-high installation. You’ll also want to have your camera ready arriving in Sheffield, home to a surprise collection of 60 murals telling the area’s history. All this exploring builds an appetite. Refuel at Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm, where happy cows contribute to award-winning cheeses – everything from cheddar and red Leicester to creamy Tasmanian blue.


    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Depart Launceston (Breakfast)

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~ 5 nights accommodation
~ Daily breakfasts
~ Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
~ Local Specialists (Guides)
~ 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site - Tasmanian Wilderness
~ Centrally located premium hotels
~ Franklin-Gordon Rivers National Park and Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Claire National Park entrance fees

Whats Excluded
~ Return international flight ticket
~ Travel insurance
~ Personal expenses
~ Australian ETA Visa

Where to Visits

Information


Booking Period: from Now till March 20, 2022
Travel Period: from Now till March 31, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ explore the best scenery, unique wildlife and its rich history in Tasmania
~ visit its beautiful landscapes, warm people and delicious food and wine offers plenty of opportunities to actively explore its stunning wilderness and embrace its many charming cities and towns.
~ visit Salamanca Place to see how forward-thinking purveyors and curators have transformed heritage spaces into restaurants, cafés and galleries.
~ visit to the town of Penguin, you will find dozens of statues commemorating just how cute these creatures are.
What To Expect
Tasmania is south-east of mainland Australia. However, its also widely known for having the cleanest air in the world. Combine that with some of the best scenery, unique wildlife and its rich history which makes this Australian destination a must-visit as its beautiful landscapes, warm people as well as all of the delicious food and wine offers plenty of opportunities to actively explore its stunning wilderness and embrace its many charming cities and towns.
  • Day 1: Arrive Welcome to Hobart (Dinner)

    At the mouth of the River Derwent, Australia’s southernmost city embraces its history, but has one eye firmly planted on the future. You only need to visit Salamanca Place to see how forward-thinking purveyors and curators have transformed heritage spaces into restaurants, cafés and galleries. Step back in time once again at Battery Point, settled as a defensive outpost in the 19th century, and Constitution Dock – this is where yachts finish when competing in the annual Sydney to Hobart race. Put your destination into perspective from the summit of Mt. Nelson, offering a dreamy outlook over the capital. Touring Tasmania never looked so good.

    : Dinner
  • Day 2: Hobart – Strahan (Breakfast / Dinner)

    Not many people live in the West of Tasmania – even less visit. This is not for want of appeal. Mount Field National Park dials up the drama from the moment you arrive, delivering World Heritage-listed wilderness in the form of soaring eucalypts (some of the tallest on Earth) and thundering waterfalls. Russell Falls will take your breath away in more ways than one. And just when you think nature couldn’t get any more humbling, you arrive at Lake St. Clair, the deepest freshwater lake in Australia. It’s one of numerous waterways breaking your path to Strahan, gateway to World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Strahan – Cradle Mountain (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

    The inky waters of the Gordon River – given its colour by amber button-grass tannins – are as eery as they are beautiful, the mirror-like surface only broken by your Gordon River cruise chariot out to Sarah Island. It’s hard to reconcile the beauty of this part of the state with its grim history as a penal colony; a place where convicts would fell Huon pines for boat building. Thankfully, they didn’t get to the 2,000-year-old pine that still stands proud at Heritage Landing. Early settlers didn’t mince their words when they called the treacherous entrance to the river’s harbour Hells Gates. You’ll understand why when you drift past. Cradle Mountain awaits to the north. If you’re content by the fire with a glass of wine – stay there. Otherwise, follow your guide into the night to spot Tassie devils in the wild.


    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4: Cradle Mountain – Smithton (Breakfast / Dinner)

    When the first thing you see is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, you know you’re in for a good day. This is your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake on your Cradle Mountain tour, the bucolic landscape here a natural magnet for Bennetts wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. Just when you thought the west coast couldn’t get any more dramatic, ‘The Nut’ appears on the horizon. This 152-metre bluff created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug guards over Stanley, an atmospheric fishing village with remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. Browse boutiques at your leisure, or lace up your walking shoes – The Nut summit awaits.


    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 5: Smithton – Launceston (Breakfast)

    While you may not see any shy, nocturnal penguins on your visit to the town of Penguin, you will find dozens of statues commemorating just how cute these creatures are. Be sure to snap a picture in front of the 10-metre-high installation. You’ll also want to have your camera ready arriving in Sheffield, home to a surprise collection of 60 murals telling the area’s history. All this exploring builds an appetite. Refuel at Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm, where happy cows contribute to award-winning cheeses – everything from cheddar and red Leicester to creamy Tasmanian blue.


    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Depart Launceston (Breakfast)

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~ 5 nights accommodation
~ Daily breakfasts
~ Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
~ Local Specialists (Guides)
~ 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site - Tasmanian Wilderness
~ Centrally located premium hotels
~ Franklin-Gordon Rivers National Park and Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Claire National Park entrance fees

Whats Excluded
~ Return international flight ticket
~ Travel insurance
~ Personal expenses
~ Australian ETA Visa

Per Pax
From: $1860 From: €1771 From: £1521 From: RM8088 From: CAD2410 From: SGD2580 From: AUD2685 From: HKD14655
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