Tasman Island Heli-Hiking in Tasmania

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Life’s an Adventure launches heli-hiking

Looking towards Cape Hauy
Looking towards Cape Hauy, Tasmania walks

Luxury walking experiences in Tasmania

Life’s An Adventure offer a suite of multi-day walking experiences across Tasmania with a new addition to their Walk Three Capes three-day itinerary – the opportunity to heli hike on Tasman Island.

Guests can choose from three experiences as part of their Tasman Peninsula pack-free adventure; a boat cruise with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, a 20-minute scenic flight over Cape Pillar and Tasman Island, or now the chance to land and walk atop unique Tasman Island.

Tasman Island Heli-Hike

The view towards Cape Raul
The view towards Cape Raul, Tasmania walks

The Tasman Island helicopter landing is available to four guests on each tour. It includes a flight over the dramatic coastline with its dolerite capes, before landing on Tasman Island for a guided tour by Rotor Lift’s knowledgeable pilot. Tasman Island plays host to a bounty of sea birds and seals as well as offering panoramic views of dolphin pods and migrating whales.

The island is part of Tasman National Park and Rotor Life has exclusive permission to touch down on this rare outpost. Limited to just four per group, it’s an intimate opportunity to set foot on the island and hear stories of hardy lighthouse keepers and unique flora. Guests who land on the island then enjoy a direct scenic flight back to Hobart by helicopter, skipping the two-hour bus return. This is followed by complimentary transfers to their desired hotel.

The heli-hike is an exhilarating addition to a pack-free experience and is the ultimate way to explore Tasmania’s south-east, home to some of the Southern Hemisphere’s highest sea cliffs.

The mud-free guided walk includes venturing out to Cape Raoul and Cape Hauy as well as hiking the Tasman Coastal Track that connects Waterfall Bay and Fortescue Bay. This track leads through lush rainforest and each day guests can carry as little as a water bottle, lunch and their camera.

Three Capes walk
Three Capes Walk introduces locals along the way

Stewarts Bay Lodge’s Deluxe Spa Chalets

Come evening, walkers retreat to Stewarts Bay Lodge’s Deluxe Spa Chalets. The all-inclusive experience includes a la carte dining at 1830’s Restaurant On the Bay featuring Tasmanian produce and wine. Each day has shorter or longer trail options to cater for various fitness levels. As with every walking experience offered by Life’s An Adventure, guests can design their own trip which now features the possibility to touch down on Tasman Island as part of their Walk Three Capes journey.

For more information visit: Life’s An Adventure Walk Three Capes

For more personalised information tips and advice, or to book this incredible holiday contact your local TravelManagers’ personal travel manager here.

For more information visit travelmanagers.com.au


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