" Tassie " (as she is affectionately known) has it all: a vast uninhabited desert, a beautiful beach, abundant wildlife in Narawntapu National Park , gourmet food and fine wine in the Tamar Valley. The more sporty ones will be able to practice cycling, rafting and kayaking. Do not miss the Bay , do some steep to Cradle Mountain. Wild places like these are the essence of Tasmania.

Tasmania’s population is concentrated in the north and southeast of the coasts, where the area is much more fertile, the landscape is more accessible and the ports allow all types of visitors to arrive. On the contrary, in the southwest and west are the wild, desolate and remote coasts.

Lack of transportation makes the southwest mountains and rainforests one of the last great wilderness areas in the world, the vast majority of which are on the World Heritage list. Tasmania has four seasons, even though winter storms can invade the region at any time of the year.

Summer days are warm but not hot and summer nights are cool. In autumn , the days are sunny and sometimes frosts can occur at night. Winter is wet, cold, and stormy, particularly in the west. The east is a cloudier area, despite its lower rainfall, but in the north and south, the days without wind are very pleasant. Spring is windy and storms still sweep across the island.