The Three Capes Paddle
Lodge Based Kayak Adventure
4 day trip 4 days kayaking
The Tasman Peninsula is very nearly an island, surrounded by the Tasman Sea to the south and east, Storm Bay to the west and to the north by Norfolk Bay. The coastline, largely covered by national park, is made up of spectacular dolerite cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches and sheltered bays, making it an ideal paddling destination. The Tasman Peninsula is home to one of Tasmania’s most renowned and spectacular historic sites, Port Arthur, has an abundance of wildlife and the famous three capes walk. Using the Bolthole, an exclusive waterfront property, as our base we spend four wonderful days exploring the diversity of the Peninsulas’ cultural and natural landscapes.
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Easy to Moderate
25-28 Nov, 13-16 Dec.
* Private departures on request.
7-10 Jan (full), 14-17 Jan, 25-28 Jan, 11-14 Feb, 18-21 Feb, 4-7 March, 11-14 March, 8-11 April, 15-18 April.
2021: From AU $2490.00 Per Person
2022: From AU $2590.00 Per Person
*Use of the Bolthole on Pirates is subject to a minimum of 6 persons
All meals from Lunch on Day 1 to Lunch on Day 4, all kayak and safety equipment, 3 nights accommodation at The Bolthole, transfers between Hobart city and Three Capes and return back to Hobart and professional guides.
Flights to Hobart, accommodation and meals in Hobart, travel insurance, items of a personal nature.
- * *Trip costs are per-person and based on twin share or double rooms. Costs are in AUD.
Pick up Hobart accommodation
- Day 1
- Transfer to the Tasman Peninsula, Kayak briefing and outing.
- Day 2–3
- Explore the diverse coastline of the Tasman Peninsula.
- Day 4
- Last kayak day. Transfer to Hobart. Trip concludes.
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Tasmania by Kayak, Trip advisor.
The Three Capes Paddle organised by Southern Sea Ventures was a fantastic experience. Well organised, with great support from the guides and with wonderful food and ambiance at the Bolthole.
A highly recommended experience for beginner or advanced kayakers alike.
Great trip, excellent paddling, great crew, wonderful food
I recently did the Three Capes Paddle in Tasmania and had an absolutely wonderful time. Toby, Dan and Heather are excellent guides and made our four days of paddling very enjoyable to say the least. They made sure we saw lots of great scenery, wildlife and learned about the evolution of the landscape and history of the region. A very rich and rewarding holiday, with lots of great local food and drink to sustain us and a very comfortable place to rest up each night. Definitely, up for more paddling adventures with these guys.Rose, Australia