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Three Capes Walk – Life’s An Adventure

This three-day walk has been designed for those looking for a Pack Free walking experience of the Three Capes without the burden of carrying your clothes, food and heavy pack.
They walk to the first cape, the spectacular and must-do ‘Cape Raoul’ with its dramatic cliffs. Then the famous track between Waterfall and Fortescue Bays taking in breathtaking coastal views on day two. Finally walking to stunning ‘Cape Hauy’ and view the famous ‘Candlestick’ and “Totem Pole’ sea stacks.
A Pack Free Walk.
One of the biggest drawcards of this walk is that our guests won’t be asked to carry their clothes, food or overnight bags for the entire walk. This is a big advantage in that you will avoid carrying an additional eight kilograms or more on your back. With Life’s An Adventure, you will carry as little as your water bottle, lunch and camera each day.
Two nights in Deluxe Spa Chalets, Stewart Bay Lodge.
Fabulous restaurant meals each night featuring local produce.
They finish the journey with an unforgettable helicopter flight over Cape Pillar and Tasman Island or choose an exciting wilderness cruise around the base of Cape Pillar for a unique view of the Cape.

Cape Pillar by Helicopter
WaterFall Bay to Fortesque Bay
Three Capes
Fortesque Bay
Prestine rainforst on day 2 WaterFall Bay to Fortesque Bay
Our local guide showing guests Cape Roul off into the Distance
End of Cape Roul
Three Capes Walk - Life's an Aadventure guests enjoying the view.
Cape Hauy - Photo time

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