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Kayaking day tour along the Tasman National Park to Cape Huay, from Hobart

The certified guides from Australian Mountain Guides will take you on this glorious and spectacular kayaking day tour along the Tasman National Park to Cape Huay, from Hobart along the Tasman Peninsula, a lovely part of Australia where you will encounter the unbelievable majesty of the Tasman Sea and coastline.

Duration1 day
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec
Skill LevelBeginner
Fitness LevelOccasional
Type of tripPrivate and Group

Highlights

  • Kayak around the truly special and spectacular Tasman National Park!

  • Be blown away by the largest sea cliffs in Australia, some being 200m high.

  • Explore natural sea caves and submerged sea wrecks.

  • Encounter animals such as fur seals, sea eagles, falcons and dolphins.

  • Eat a tasty and delicious Tasmanian lunch made up of fresh local produce.

Description

This kayaking day tour I will lead you on promises to be a special experience, as we wind our way along the Tasman National Park to Cape Huay, from Hobart, taking in and admiring the awe-inspiring cliff faces and rock formations whilst also exploring natural sea caves, encountering animals such as fur seals, falcons and dolphins, and even sampling a gourmet Tasmanian lunch.

Tasman National Park is located within the Australian island state of Tasmania, approximately 56km East of the state capital of Hobart. It is known for its diverse range of flora and fauna, as well as its famous Three Capes walking track.

Our adventure begins in the morning when we meet in Hobart, and from there we head to the starting point, where all relevant gear and information will be dispensed.

We then hit the water as soon as possible, as there is much to pack in to the day.

The morning portion of the trip is where we will be exposed to some truly jaw-dropping sights, with the sheer size and scale of the nearby sea-cliffs, some standing at 200m high, taking the breath away.

We will also be paddling in to and around some fascinating natural sea caves, and also looking out for rock-climbers on the famous and massive Totem Pole sea stack.

Our lunch stop involves tasting some of the fresh local Tasmanian produce, and afterwards we kayak over to a mysterious and interesting shipwreck, and we finish our day by looking out for and marveling at the animals that call the Cape Huay area home such as fur seals, sea eagles, and on lucky occasions, dolphins and whales.

This day will definitely make you fall even more in love with the raw natural scenery of Tasmania, and hopefully encourage you to return for more kayaking around this epic coastline.

This is one of the best possible ways to spend a day near Hobart – book now to experience the splendour of the Tasman Coast!

Meeting point

Hobart, Tasmania

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Itinerary

Day 1: Meet, kayak, lunch, kayak, finish

Meet in Hobart in the morning, head to starting point, kayak all morning, stop for lunch, kayak all afternoon, head back to Hobart, finish.


Equipment you will need to bring

Sunglasses

Water bottle

Other gear: Hat, clothes and shoes that can get wet, a change of clothes and shoes.


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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 258 each

Group of 2

USD 258 each

Group of 3

USD 258 each

Group of 4

USD 258 each

Group of 5

USD 258 each

Group of 6

USD 258 each

Group of 7

USD 258 each

Group of 8

USD 258 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

Price details

• Price is in AUD. Price is per person.


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