Our Three Capes walk makes the headlines!

Sep 15, 2022

Life’s An Adventure has made outdoor mag Great Walks‘ bucket list issue with their Three Capes pack-free guided walk.



“Our bucket list issue showcases the best independent and guided walks in Australia,” says Great Walks editor Brent McKean. “A bucket list is not meant to be doom and gloom, but rather a collection of unique ideas you’d like to accomplish in your life. It makes sense that some of the most common bucket list items are travel related.”



“Travelling gets us out of our comfort zones and lets us discover a world beyond our own backyard,” says Brent. “and we know not everyone wants to carry a heavy backpack and sleep in a tent so luxury guided walks are a great option.”



“Life’s an Adventure’s 3-day Three Capes pack-free guided walk explores the natural beauty of the Tasman Peninsula in the far south-east corner of Tasmania, a region famous for its three spectacular capes featuring the highest, vertical seas cliffs in Australia and a dramatic coastline of caves and towering sea stacks,” says the article.




“You’ll experience the spectacular and must-do Cape Raoul with its dramatic dolerite cliffs, walk to stunning Cape Hauy to view the famous ‘Candlestick’ and ‘Totem Pole’ sea stacks and walk the gorgeous Tasman Coastal Track, between Waterfall and Fortescue Bays, with its lush rainforest and breathtaking coastal views.”



“You’ll spend two nights at Stewarts Bay Lodge. From here you will be transferred to the trails each day. Guests love everything about their gorgeous 4-star accommodation nestled in a natural setting overlooking Stewarts Bay and its white sand beach. And of course, the meals and wines are first class!”




And the good news is not only are there plenty of dates on the 3-day Three Capes pack-free guided walk but if you book as a group of three or more you’ll receive a free heli-hike for three, landing on Tasman Island and then flying back to Hobart with transfers from the airport to CBD Hobart hotel. (*T&Cs apply).


Tasman Island Helicopter copyright image Richard Bennett


Not only will you have an extra experience to brag about when you get home, you’ll also avoid the two hour bus trip back to Hobart at the end of the trip. (This heli-experience is valued at $4400 if done as a separate tour from Hobart with Rotorlift Aviation).


Tasman Island Helicopter copyright image Richard Bennett 2

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