Walk pack-free on the Three Capes trail

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It’s a great adventure to walk the Three Capes trail in Tasmania but many people back out thinking of the burden of carrying a heavy backpack and clothes. Life’s An Adventure’s offers a pack-free walk to those travellers.

The Three Capes Walk tour by Life’s An Adventure ensures that travellers enjoy a relaxing pack-free experience while walking into the spectacular trail. They don’t have to carry anything except for each day’s lunch, water, and camera (if they want) during the 3-day journey.

The adventure travel operator has meticulously designed the trip so that travellers have the chance to explore not only the traditional route and spots but also some remote, stunning areas.

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After arriving at Cape Hauy on the third day, travellers can choose between an exciting cruise and helicopter trip. The cruise will roam around the base of Cape Pillar so that guests can watch those gigantic sea cliffs from a close distance. The helicopter will take the guests to a thrilling ride across the picturesque cliffs of Cape Pillar and Tasman Island.

Also, the guests will get to stay each night in the Deluxe Spa Chalets of the Stewart Bay Lodge. They will also enjoy a la carte dining coupled with Tasmanian wine.

Photo Credit: Life’s An Adventure

Life’s An Adventure offers seven more pack-free Tasmanian walking tours including Tarkine Wilderness, Cradle Mountain, Bay of Fires, Freycinet, Maria Island, Flinders Island, and Bruny Island.

The walking season will last from September 2018 to May 2019. You can book online and save $300 for a single person and $600 for a couple by paying full by May 31, 2018.

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