six days kayaking with incredible hikes
The Freycinet Peninsula, located on Tasmania’s east coast, is one of Australia’s most iconic national parks. The scenery is spectacular, with clear turquoise water, white sandy beaches and secret coves, all framed by a craggy granite mountain range.
Some proposed highlights of the trip include paddling to Schouten Island, exploring the inaccessible eastern coastline and a hike to Mt Freycinet, the highest point on the Peninsula. Join us on this six day adventure as we paddle, hike and camp in one of Australia’s most amazing coastal environments.
This trip is suitable for active paddlers with intermediate experience
30 Jan. – 04 Feb. | *21-26 Feb. | 20-25 March
*21-26 Feb. departure trip is accompanied by special guest Tim Cope. Additional $150.00 supplement applies.
Private departures on request.
$2550 per person
All meals from Lunch on Day 1 to Lunch on Day 6, all kayak and safety equipment, 5 nights accommodation in single or twin share tents, transfers between Hobart city and Freycinet Peninsula and return back to Hobart and professional guides.
Flights to Hobart, accommodation and meals in Hobart, travel insurance, items of a personal nature.
Trip costs are in Australian dollars.
Kayak to Hazards Beach, a long beautiful beach that runs along Freycinet Peninsula’s west coast. We set up camp and enjoy our first night under the stars.
After a hearty breakfast prepared by the guides, we break camp, pack the kayaks and paddle to Cooks Beach campsite. Optional hike to the summit of Mt Graham or Mt Freycinet.
Paddle across the Schouten passage to Schouten Island. After landing, we take a break before either paddling around the outside of the island or, if winds forbid, swapping paddles for hiking shoes to summit the 400m Schouten Island Bare Hill
Weather permitting, we paddle the outside coast of the Freycinet Peninsula to Wineglass Bay, an opportunity to make a unique approach to an iconic and stunning location. Overnight Wineglass Bay.
We set off early to paddle the northern section of the Freycinet Peninsula. We make a stop at Sleepy Bay before paddling to Friendly Beaches, our last campground for the trip.
We have a relaxing morning planned with a paddle and walk along the Friendly Beaches coastline. We’ll be picked up after lunch and shuttled back to Hobart, with a drop off at your Hobart accommodation at around 5-6pm.
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