Tasmania tour operators
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I have found a few tour operators for you.

Whoever you pick, whether from this list or otherwise, make sure that they are an accredited tourism business. Ask them about this, if necessary. They should have credentials on display somewhere. You don't want to part with your money before making sure that the business is operated properly and in keeping with the best tourism standards.

What's important to you about tour organisers? That they are local? That they have a certain amount of experience? That they are flexible about times and pick-up/drop-off spots?

Think about what's important to you and check it all out with the tour organiser before joining any of their tours.

Fun Tassie Tours

The focus for this operator is on what they refer to as extended tours. These go for several days and leave from both Hobart and Launceston. Prices usually include pick-up, drop-off, accommodation, most meals, tour guide services and entry fees to attractions.

This company leads tours which circle the island of Tasmania, "bottom to top" tours, trips which focus on specific regions and custom tours. Get the details from them to find out which tours take your fancy.

Visit the Fun Tassie Tours website for more information.

Premier Travel Tasmania

This operator runs tours which focus on specific themes like:
- local produce
- wildlife
- history
- icons of Tasmania
- nature
- your own self-designed itinerary

They also run what they refer to as an "elite private charter tour" where you get to do "fly fishing, hunting, charter flights, cruising, walking and more." The tour name specifies "by invitation only". Sounds pretty exclusive huh?

Visit the Premier Travel Tasmania website for more information,

Tiger Wine & Wilderness

This operator seems to target the backpacker market. Is backpacking your preference? Then this might be the tour operator for you!

They can take you to Tasmania's top natural attractions, and they also run bushwalking tours.

They offer wine tasting and local produce sampling tours. What kinds of local produce? How do honey and strawberries sound to you?

They even do tours where you get to see Tasmania's gorgeous lavendar farms.

Visit the Tiger Wine & Wilderness website for more information.

And feel free to contact me if you have any questions about Tasmania tours.

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