This experience provides an unforgettable three hour wilderness cruises along the spectacular coastline between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck in southern Tasmania.
An adventure awaits you on this 3-hour Tasman Island Nature Cruise. Travel to the base of the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest vertical sea cliffs at Cape Pillar, explore deep-sea caves and admire waterfalls, rocks formations and archways along the coastline of the Tasman National Park. This cruise off the coast of Tasmania also presents a unique opportunity to see wildlife in their natural habitat including hundreds of seals, pods of dolphins and migrating whales. The sea birds are lively year-round, and passengers are likely to see a frenzy of feeding gannets, flying albatross and sea eagles, as well as cormorants nesting in the cliffs.
Custom designed boats provide spectacular viewing opportunities with covered open-air tiered seating. The size of these vessels mean close encounters with wildlife are possible and guests will feel close to the natural environment around them. Each environmentally friendly boat holds up to 43 guests and boasts safety, low emissions and fuel efficiency.
Tasman Island (Tasman Island)