Andrew

Wineglass Bay Sail Walk    November 2021

Walk review from Andrew, Wineglass Bay Sail Walk Tasmania

Eat, sleep, walk, unwind, socialize, make new friends, share stories be pampered in nature’s paradise thanks to a wonderful team and return home refreshed and fitter, definitely an antioxidant to long lockdowns.

 

Enjoy the active outdoors without a care in the world in a splash of costal colours, forest scent, wildlife chirping and rustling. Chill your toes in pristine waters and sip a good drop of red or white to celebrate the end of the day and again for several days, wow !!!

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