It goes without saying that your safety is paramount to us and so as you would expect our guides are our most outstanding asset. They are passionate outdoor enthusiasts, educated interpreters and fantastic hosts all rolled into one. Feedback regarding our guides is invariably exceptional.
Walking independently can be very enjoyable, but you can miss out on so much of the 'inside information' along the way. Through your guides’ interpretation, you can learn about the flora, fauna and local history of Tasmania’s awe-inspiring wilderness. And rather than carrying and cooking all of your food, what could be more relaxing than sitting back at the end of the day, while your guides prepare a chef inspired three-course feast that you can enjoy with a selection of Tasmanian wines?
We want you to have the best possible walk, and this involves having practices in place regarding safety management. We work in remote areas and ensure our guides are trained in accident prevention and incident management. In the unlikely event that someone is injured (this can be as simple as a sprained ankle), all of our guides are trained in first aid and carry appropriate communications equipment to ensure that, should it be required, help is only a call away.