While the tour itinerary should give you some guidance and overview to the expected requirements, to determine if this tour is right for you we categorise each of our tours in terms of their intensity. These guidelines are to ensure that each tour group is conducted as expected and to ensure the overall satisfaction of all Inspiring Vacations customers.
As a general rule, porterage is not included, therefore at all times you are expected to handle your own luggage where help may not be available.
This particular tour is categorised as a “3”:
3 – Moderate Tour: A good level of fitness and mobility is required, as this tour includes a moderate level of physical activity and is considered a medium-fast paced tour. You should be able to walk up and down stairs, get on and off the coach and able to walk reasonable distances of approximately 2 kilometres per day or more with ease. Any physical ailments you may have must be disclosed at the time of booking to determine your suitability. If you have any form of walking aids, other than a walking stick or hiking poles, then this tour is not suitable.
The accommodation listed is subject to change. Any changes will be of an equal or higher standard. Bedding configurations (double or twin) are requests only. All efforts will be made to meet your preferences however any changes are beyond our control.
We spend three nights at Cradle Mountain Discovery Holiday Park in comfortable two-bedroom cabin style accommodation - surrounded by native bush. The cabins contain shared bathroom facilities, and each of the bedrooms has its own double bed. There is a small lounge area with kitchenette, cosy gas log heating and an outdoor sitting area. Your guides will stay nearby - and their cabin will be used for breakfasts, lunch making and dinners.
If you pre-book a single supplement, you will have your own room in a two-bedroom cabin. You may be sharing the cabin (and bathroom) with one or two other guests.
Single supplement is available on this tour at a cost of $3717
Meals while in Cradle Mountain:
Breakfast is a continental spread of cereals, stewed fruit, toast, spreads and yoghurt.
Lunch can vary from day to day, but includes meat, salad, bread and wraps, some days we will have roasted chicken and salad, and others quiche to mix things up a bit.
Dinner is a casual two-course meal of main and dessert prepared by your guides. The menu is constantly changing but can include a classic roast lamb, chicken korma,
salmon fillet or Thai chicken. Dessert can include maple baked apples, pears in red wine, fruit salad or eton mess to name just a few.
Snacks and antipasto - There are plenty of snacks and antipasto during the trips including fresh fruit for the trail, biscuits and/or fruit cake for tea breaks. Each night we offer dips, cheese and crackers for a pre-dinner antipasto and a self-serve trail mix selection at the beginning of each day.
The food we serve is healthy, hearty and home style. We don’t offer five-star chef prepared dining, but the food is fresh, and our guides make sure it is tasty and plentiful. We are able to accommodate guest’s specific dietary requirements and can always prepare a meal to meet individual needs.
Non-alcoholic beverages are provided while on tour. You are, however
welcome guests to bring wine/beer along with you.
Travel insurance is required to protect yourself against the unexpected.
Final documentation and hotel details will be provided approximately 30 days prior to travel.
Maximum of 10 people.
Children must be 5 years old or over and share a room with parents at all times. Children are the same price as adults.