Life’s An Adventure is excited to release another 3 fully supported and guided Tasmanian walking holidays. To celebrate the launch bookings made by 31 July can take advantage of Super Earlybirds savings of up to $600 per couple on their NEW 3 day walks of Flinders Island as well as their NEW Cradle Mountains and Walls of Jerusalem Walk with great discounts also available on their new 3 day South West Wilderness walk.
“With the addition of 3 more guided walking tours in Tasmania this month, that now brings our range of Tassie walks to a grand total of 8′ says Tasmanian born and bred Managing Director Mark Norek. Why the reason for so many Tassie walks? I guess you could say Tasmania is where my heart lies” he comments.
“Flinders Island is a great addition, this 3 day walk is designed with direct flights from Melbourne for easy access with 2 nights spent at the boutique Mountain Seas Wilderness Retreat with a range of fantastic walks to enjoy. Whilst our 3 day Cradle Mountain and Walls of Jerusalem enjoys 2 nights accommodation at Cradle Mountain Lodge as well as the opportunity to explore the remote and spectacular Walls of Jerusalem National Park”.
Life’s An Adventure range of Australian walking tours are aimed at the mature market that want and all-inclusive experience with the creature comforts. No need to carry heavy packs, their bags are transported each day allowing them to walk with a small day pack. Meals featuring local produce are prepared for guests and served with Tasmanian wines. In fact, everything is done for guests except the walking!
The Tasmanian walking season runs from October 2015 to April 2016. Guests booking early for this period, can save up to $600 per couple or $300 per person on any 3 day Flinders Island or Cradle Mountain & Walls of Jerusalem Walk with Life’s An Adventure.
All inclusive 3 day packages start from $1249 per person for tours booked and paid in full by 31 July 2016. Life’s An Adventure specialise in full supported walks in both Tasmania, NT and NSW and have won 21 Tourism Awards of Excellence in the past eight years.