Monday, September 27, 2010

South Coast Track

Adventure Seekers Guided walking tours on Tasmania's South Coast Track begin in November and run through until February 2011.
If you like to join us visit our website for more details.
We begin our 9 day 85km journey with a light aircraft flight into the airstrip at Melaleuca then travel from west to east over wilderness beaches and dramatic peaks, through temperate rainforest and across pristine rivers and creeks.
Aboriginal people used this same route for thousands of years and evidence of their culture can still be seen. The diversity of plant and animal species in the park is amazing, particularly the abundant bird life.
A good level of fitness is required to complete this trek and walkers are required to carry heavy packs up to 15 km a day. Each day is different and the campsites that we visit are spectacular but the total journey is the true reward.Testimonials“This trek was challenging both physically and mentally. The guides kept a watchful eye on us without being intrusive and they formed the group into a close and happy party. I learned a lot about trekking from these guys”.- Stuart M

Friday, September 10, 2010

Maria Island Walking Tour by Adventure Seekers

There are 2 ways to get to Maria Island, by ferry or you can choose what do, and fly. There is no better way to experience Tasmania than from the air. Our Maria Island guided walk which runs from November 2010 through to April 2011 begins with a spectacular charter flight up the east coast of Tasmania before landing at Darlington on Maria Island. As soon as you land you will be blown away by the breathtaking landscape. This tour is a fantastic four day walking tour not to be missed. Check out our website for details and a itinerary.