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Three Capes Adventure Walk

Guests at the end of Cape Raoul in the Tasman National Park
Walker on Three Capes Track
Lodge accommodation on Three Capes Track
Dinner at Tasman Camp
Looking back on the Three Capes Track
Three Capes Track Lodge
Three Capes Lodge Walk packs
Night 1 of Three Capes Adventure Walk
group at lookout on the Three Capes Track
Guides teaching guests about their walk and the landscape
This is the only guided walking adventure you will find where you get to visit all three iconic capes over five days. Designed as a challenging alternative, the Three Capes Adventure Walk lets you walk longer, climb higher and discover more of the extraordinary landscapes on offer. Discover Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar, and Cape Hauy, perched atop the highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere, with the soundscape of seal colonies far below. Conquer Mt Brown and explore coastal trails along the Three Capes Track. Indulge in the coziness of our private accommodation, alternating between our lavish camp with views of Tasman Island and Cape Pillar, and our secluded lodges nestled within the national park. Each night, relax and unwind with chef-inspired meals and a glass of local wine, cooked for you by our guides and hosts in the middle of Tasmania's breathtaking wilderness. With the reward of sweeping views, ocean vistas, ancient rainforests and private lodges, the extra challenge will be well worth the effort on this epic walking adventure.

Non Smoking

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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