Cruise to Tasmania’s Remote National Parks

Enjoy walks and hiking opportunities on your Tasmania cruise

Coral Expeditions’ 7-night Tasmania Expedition Cruise explores the rugged coastal beauty and World Heritage-listed national parks of Australia’s island state. Enjoy the intimate comfort of the Coral Discoverer, a premium vessel with a maximum of 72 passengers.

Guests can immerse themselves in Tasmania’s national parks, exploring the dramatic pink granite peaks of the Freycinet Peninsula, as well as Maria Island National Park with its abundant wildlife and history. On reaching Tasman National Park, they’re greeted by seals, dolphins, and albatrosses, all against a backdrop of 300-metre-high dolerite cliffs.

For an insider’s view of this unique area, passengers can embark on easy hikes in the company of an expert Expedition Team, including a Tasmanian Specialist. Popular hikes include the rugged Fluted Cape Track on Bruny Island, the Needwonnee Boardwalk at Melaleuca, and the Wine Glass Bay Track at Freycinet. The Expedition Team is a hallmark of every Coral Expeditions voyage, accompanying passengers on all shore excursions and providing expert commentary. But indoor types won’t miss out. All hikes are designed to suit a wide variety of fitness levels.

Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

This cruise offers an authentic expedition voyage with a flexible itinerary, enabling the captain to respond to local weather conditions and ensure all guests see the best of Tasmania in comfort.

Subject to weather conditions, passengers also spend two days exploring the untouched Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area at Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour. Normally only accessible by seven-day hike or light aircraft, this remote, pristine wilderness is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth. Coral Expeditions’ Tasmania Expedition Cruise offers one of the most convenient, comfortable, and informative ways to explore it.

Book by 30 June, 2017 and receive an on-board credit of AUD$200.00 per person.

Maria Island
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