Peter Mackey

Three Capes / Tasman Peninsula    January 2024

Walk review from Peter Mackey, Three Capes / Tasman Peninsula Tasmania

They delivered on everything promised and more.


We did the Three Capes Long Weekend three-day walk as a group of six old friends (three couples). We shared our walk with a family of six and another couple. Our group was so impressed with the team at Tasmanian Walking Company, in particular, Michelle and Ishka our guides, who were so impressive in respect to the service they offered including amazing meals and wines at the end of each day. The accommodation, such as Glamping tents and shared showers and toilets were excellent as well as the homebase hut and dining area we gathered in each evening. The walks were spectacular and not very demanding so would suit a range of people at different levels of fitness. The wine tasting and meal at Bangor Vineyard on the last day was a highlight. I highly recommend this company as a really professional outfit,

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