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16 Day Tasmania Discovery By Land & Sea

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16 Day Tasmania Discovery By Land & Sea

10 nights cruising the magnificent Tasmanian Coast onboard the Coral Discoverer small expedition ship
5 Nights accommodation on 4-star hotels including 2 nights at stunning Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge
Increadible sightseeing including Bathurst Harbour wilderness exploration, hiking to Wineglass Bay & The Hazards in Freycinet National Park, learning about Maria Island & Porth Arthur's history as penal colonies, fascinating at Strathan's harbour-side village and taking a day walk on Tassie’s favourite walking country: Cradle Mountain National Park
10 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches, 10 Dinners
6 days Hertz Group H car rental
All activities listed in the itinerary unless a paid optional

16 Day Tasmania Discovery By Land & Sea

10 nights cruising the magnificent Tasmanian Coast onboard the Coral Discoverer small expedition ship
5 Nights accommodation on 4-star hotels including 2 nights at stunning Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge
Increadible sightseeing including Bathurst Harbour wilderness exploration, hiking to Wineglass Bay & The Hazards in Freycinet National Park, learning about Maria Island & Porth Arthur's history as penal colonies, fascinating at Strathan's harbour-side village and taking a day walk on Tassie’s favourite walking country: Cradle Mountain National Park
10 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches, 10 Dinners
6 days Hertz Group H car rental
All activities listed in the itinerary unless a paid optional

From PP Twin Share

$10,999 NZD
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$17,749 NZD PP
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