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“I absolutely loved this tour. We saw and hiked through such a diversity of Tasmania’s beautiful west coast and Aran’s knowledge and passion for this area enhanced the whole experience.” Kathy on Trip Advisor, Nov 2018


Tasmanian Safaris tours are designed for those who want to choose their own adventure

Eco Walking Tours Tasmania. Nobody offers a wider range of walks and activities in one tour. See the iconic destinations as well as the out of the way places that only Tasmanian Safaris can show you. Along the way, choose from a great selection of activities such as swimming with seals, rafting, canyoning, canoeing, mountain biking, and more. If these activities are not for you simply join your guide for more world class walking in the area

Small groups – Vehicle supported – Private camps in amazing locations. Enjoy good food by the fire and watch the local wildlife. Simply the best way to experience Tasmania for those who love the great outdoors.

2 & 3 Day Tours

2 & 3 Day Tours

  • 3 day North east Tasmania
  • 2 day Cradle Mountain Campfire Experience
  • 3 Day Cradle Mountain and Tarkine Explorer
  • 2 Day East Coast Express
  • Bay Of Fires
  • Hiking
  • Private Camps
  • Small Groups

From $395 - $900 per person

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Safari Style Tent Tours

Safari Style Tent Tours

  • 5 Day East Coast Camping Tour
  • 5 Day West Coast Camping Tour
  • Cradle Mountain
  • Wineglass Bay
  • Bay Of Fires
  • Hiking
  • Private Camps
  • Small Groups

From $1000 per person

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Tasmanian Safaris

Tasmanian Safaris offer a range of awesome adventure & camping tours throughout this spectacular island.

We are the original and the best, operating since 2002

We are all about Small Groups, Wilderness Camping and Adventure Activities and we explore;

  • Tassie East Coast.
  • Tassie West Coast.
  • Tarkine Region.

Check out what we do and please get in contact if you have any questions.

About the Business Owner. Aran Price

I grew up in Tasmania just taking for granted the family holidays, camping out, wandering the bush, playing on bikes, fishing and a good old campfire to relax around at night. I didn’t really appreciate what an amazing place Tasmania was until I lived overseas. In 2002 I joined the rank of countless other young Australians, and was off to England to live and work. Luckily for me I served my time in London before moving to Leeds for work.

When I returned to Tasmanian in 2007 I had decided the outdoor life was for me and I started a career guiding tours in our diverse range of landscapes. I worked in the emerging destination known as the Tarkine and helped run several photographic expeditions to the area. Knowing the Pieman river would make a unique destination for flat water paddling amongst cool temperate rain forests. I started a business using special Hobie pedal powered kayaks.

After working as a guide for Tasafari over several years, I brought into the business in 2012 combining the kayak business and renaming it Tasmanian Safaris. Tasafari was set up in 2002 as an alternative tour for backpackers and independent travelers who wanted more than a sightseeing tour. The business specialised in camping in remote areas using 4X4 vehicles. We achieved ECO certification in 2005 and have held it since. Over the years we found that as camping became more popular, there was increased competition for local free camps and some users were leaving camps in an appalling state. We have been moving to private properties and standing camps that offer exclusive use of the camps as well as basic facilities. This helps us further reduce our footprint by being able to switch to the use of more fuel efficient vans, as well as reducing the weight we carry with us in the trailers. I believe that we have now found a unique balance that offers great multi sport experiences in out of the way places, whilst still being able to share the fun around that camp fire that I took for granted in my youth.