Marie McNeil

Bay of Fires / East Coast    March 2016

Walk review from Marie McNeil, Bay of Fires / East Coast Tasmania

This trip exceeded my expectations.


Our guides, Tony & Linton were both passionate and an absolute joy. They cooked the most fabulous meals, served up beautiful wines, answered our many questions and even removed the light globes out the back of the lodge so we could view the magnificent milky way. The trip itself is very manageable. The scenery is just beautiful and diverse, so many "oh my god" moments. And so isolated, not another soul around. The kayaking day was great, again it was isolated, lots of fun and the sand dunes and swimming after this trip just topped off a great day. Facilities at the lodge were great, meals were first class. I will not hesitate using Tasmanian Walking Group again and would highly recommend this trip.

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