Tasmania is a relatively isolated island, located off the Southern coast of Australia. It is widely known to draw adventure travelers because of the landscape’s rugged wilderness areas and wide variety of untouched reserves and parks.
Planning on heading to the island and searching for guided tours in Tasmania? You’re in luck, as there are virtually limitless options.
Most tours revolve around the island’s natural beauty. One popular three-day tour guides visitors through Hobart and the picturesque Derwent Valley. This includes stops at Russell Falls as well as Mt Field National Park. The trip, which typically includes some type of lodging and three meals per day, wraps up at Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, Lake St. Clair.
Another popular guided tour spans 12 days, and hits all Tasmania’s “must see sights,” including Cradle Mountain, Launceston, Port Arthur, Freycinet National Park, Hobart and the Gordon River valley.
One day tours are also available, and typically focus on one specific area of the island.