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Tasman Island: 3-Hour Wilderness Cruise284 Reviews
This Tasman Island cruise provides an unforgettable 3-hour wilderness trip along the spectacular coastline between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck in southern Tasmania.
- See the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere
- Enter deep sea caves, archways, waterfalls and blowholes
- Watch wildlife including hundreds of seals, thousands of seabirds, dolphins and migrating whales
DescriptionThe cruise travels beneath the highest vertical sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere at Cape Pillar. Guests explore waterfalls, rock formations, archways and deep-sea caves. The coastline is part of the Tasman National Park. It is home to a variety of wildlife including hundreds of seals, migrating whales and abundant sea birds in their thousands. At any time of year you're likely to see the feeding frenzy of diving gannets, albatross and sea eagles wheeling on the wind, cliff-nesting cormorants and peregrine falcons, or a pod of playful dolphins surfing the bow wave of the boat. The custom built yellow boats are ideal for viewing the spectacular coastline and wildlife of the Tasman Peninsula. Each vessel holds a maximum of 43 guests. Covered open-air tiered seating means an excellent all-round view and connection with the environment. The boats are safe, comfortable and gentle on the environment due to their fuel efficiency and low emission operation.
Includes3-hour wilderness cruise
- There is no minimum age for this tour
- Cruises depart daily