EXPERIENCE THE WILDERNESS OF TASMANIA
At the edge of the world, Tasmania showcases unique endemic wildlife and flora and holds one of the largest wilderness world heritage areas in the developed world.
On this specially crafted 13-day itinerary, exclusive to National Geographic, you will explore the diverse natural wonders that are on offer. From Australia’s highest coastal cliffs and the largest cool calm rainforest in the southern hemisphere to the summit of Cradle Mountain and the charm of some of Australia’s oldest towns and settlements, this outing offers a truly in-depth look at Van Diemans Land, the original name used by most Europeans for the island of Tasmania until 1856.
- Exploring Australia’s largest cool temperate rainforest – the Tarkine Rainforest
- Exploring the delights of Bruny and Maria Islands
- An abundance of endemic wildlife and ancient flora
- Spectacular Wilderness Railway in Strahan
- Summiting Bishop and Clarke (620m) on stunning Maria Island
- Quality accommodation in unique settings including Corinna Wilderness Village on the crest of the Tarkine