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Tasman Peninsula kayaking tour - Roaring 40s Kayaking - Tasman Peninsula Day Paddle

Kayakers with seals playing around their kayaks, Tasman National Park
Kayakers on Fortescue Bay, Tasman National Park
Kayakers outside the Totem Pole and Candlestick rock formations, Tasman National Park
Kayakers on Fortescue Bay beach, Tasman National Park
Kayakers near the Candlestick Rock Formation, Tasman National Park
Kayakers near a shipwreck, Fortescue Bay, Tasman National Park
Kayakers on Fortecue Bay, Tasman National Park
Get up close and personal with the southern hemisphere's highest sea cliffs and resident Australian fur seals. This exhilarating adventure will have you kayaking along the coast of the Tasman National Park towards Cape Hauy, a star feature of Tasmania's newest world-class hike - the Three Capes Track. At sea level you'll truly appreciate the scale of Australia's highest sea cliffs, gazing up at 200-metre-high fluted rock formations, peering into natural sea caves, photographing the towering Candlestick, and searching for climbers on the Totem Pole - a sheer column famed amongst thrill-seeking rock climbers. Enjoy our gourmet Tasmanian lunch at a deserted cove, paddle over a semi-submerged shipwreck and marvel at the abundant marine wildlife that lives along this coast, including resident fur seals, soaring sea eagles, diving gannets, cliff-nesting cormorants, peregrine falcons, and if we're lucky - a pod of dolphins or a migrating whale.

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