Wild Tasmania 2020
9 days from Hobart to Hobart
Starting at $3,286
Destinations & Sightseeing
Itinerary and Meals
Explore the wilds of Tasmania on this guided vacation. Begin in Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. Then journey to the Tasman Peninsula for a cruise to see waterfalls, deep-sea caves, and amazing rock formations. Be on the lookout for whales, seals, and dolphins along the way. Visit Port Arthur Historic Site to learn about the convict history of the island. Explore Mount Field National Park and wander through fern forests amid some of the world’s tallest trees to arrive at picturesque Russell Falls. On to Lake St. Clair National Park for more amazing scenery. Cruise on the Gordon River into Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and then find yourself in Cradle Mountain National Park to be awed by towering peaks, ancient rainforests, and bountiful wildlife. A local naturalist will enlighten you on the inhabitants here, including marsupials like wallabies, wombats, and pademelons. Visit DEVILS@CRADLE, a sanctuary for the notorious Tasmanian devil. See the formidable marsupials in action with a naturalist specialist. You’ll also explore Cataract Gorge and visit a local cellar door for a wine tasting before traveling to Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s stunning east coast. Cruise Wineglass Bay to see incredible scenery and one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Visit the Cape Tourville Lighthouse for epic views of the coast below. Round out your day with a Penguin Tour to witness the little penguins return from the sea to their burrows. Your Australian guided tour of Tasmania returns to Hobart with free time to explore the city’s shops and museums. This tour is an amazing experience in Australia’s wild country.
Destination & Sightseeing
|HOBART||Orientation tour; excursion to the Tasman Peninsula including a scenic cruise and visit to Port Arthur Historic Site; farewell dinner|
|MOUNT FIELD NATIONAL PARK||Sightseeing lake st. clair|
|LAKE ST. CLAIR|
|STRAHAN||Visit to Ocean Beach; Gordon River cruise|
|CRADLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK||[LF] Wildlife presentation; sightseeing; [LF] behind-the-scenes visit to the Devils@Cradle|
|LAUNCESTON||Visit to Cataract Gorge; wine tasting|
|FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK||Wineglass Bay cruise; sightseeing with visit to Cape Tourville Lighthouse; [LF] penguin tour|
- This vacation visits remote regions where some facilities are not up to the first-class standards you expect from Globus. However, we have selected the best available hotels that satisfy our high standards of cleanliness and comfort.
MEALSAmerican breakfast daily, 3 lunches, 5 dinners including a farewell dinner in Hobart
|Hobart||Strahan||Cradle Mountain National Park||Freycinet National Park Area|
1 Macquarie Street Hobart TAS Australia
The hotel is centrally located within a stone's throw of the city center and just a block away from Hobart's waterfront. The hotel offers a restaurant, lounge, fitness center, and complimentary Wi-Fi in rooms and public areas. Rooms are apartment style with a separate bedroom, sitting room, and kitchen. Amenities include iron/ironing board, mini-refrigerator, hairdryer and bath amenities, air conditioning, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, DVD player, full kitchen, and washing machine and dryer.
41 Esplanade Strahan TAS Australia
Strahan Village offers guests a natural charm of the isolated and naturally stunning west coast wilderness of Tasmania. The hotel features two on-site restaurants, bar, coffee shop, laundry facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
3718 Cradle Mountain Rd Cradle Mountain TAS Australia
Nestled within breathtaking alpine forest in the central highlands of Tasmania, Cradle Mountain Hotel is the perfect gateway to the picturesque World Heritage Area at Cradle Mountain. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar, business center, laundry facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
232 Tasman Hwy Bicheno TAS Australia
Beachfront Bicheno features 51 spacious guestrooms, public bar, large bistro open daily, guest laundry, and pool and is a just a short 5-minute stroll to the main street of Bicheno.