Maria Island Walk 4D/3N

4 days

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On the Maria Island Walk, you’ll explore a heritage listed convict settlement, walk empty white-sand beaches, view rare wildlife, and enjoy gourmet food, all within a national park. Maria Island National Park lies just a few kilometres off Tasmania’s east coast, within easy reach of Hobart.

The Maria Island Walk is an active, but relaxing, holiday experience. It is designed to let you experience the remoteness and tranquillity of a wilderness experience in comfort. This is a soft adventure, where the packs are light, the food is gourmet, the wine is Tasmania’s best, and a comfortable bed awaits you each night.

Walking groups comprise of ten guests with two professional guides. This ratio affords the personalised, intimate experience that the walk has become so well known for. Unlike other more challenging wilderness hikes, this walk is not too demanding. Pristine beaches and formed bush tracks mean you don’t need to be an experienced hiker to enjoy this walk.

Grade: Easy to Moderate

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Maria Island, Tasmania 7190, Australia

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