Water by Nature Tasmania Franklin River Rafting tours

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The true essence of Tasmania is visible in all the glory of her pristine untouched nature reserves. Almost all of the best things to do, and the most amazing places to see in Tasmania are natural attractions. Rainforests, mountain peaks, beautiful bays, pristine national parks, fields of lavender and tulips, underground caves and rapid flowing rivers are a few of the elements of beauty that attract thousands of tourists a year to Tasmania, and when you visit, you absolutely want to make the most of it. There are many ways you can experience Tasmania, and one of the absolute best is rafting.
Operating for more than 13 years Water by Nature Tasmania Franklin River Rafting offers a range of 5, 7 and 10 day wilderness white-water rafting adventures, which provide a whole new meaning to getting back to nature in Tasmania.
On your rafting adventure you will experience everything from exciting surging white-water rapids, tranquil gorges and pristine rainforests. You will often encounter wallabies, platypus, quolls, eagles and yellow-tailed black cockatoos, and sleep among forest of myrtle, leatherwood and the ancient Huon pine.
Your rafting experience through the World Heritage listed Franklin River is backed by a fully catered experience involving traditional and exotic cooking mastery created with the freshest Tasmanian produce and herbs, all the while breathing some of the cleanest air on the planet.
Water by Nature Tasmania Franklin River Rafting tours are eco-tourism working at its finest. During your journey, your team of guides will ensure that nothing is left behind except your footprints. No fires, limited soaps, detergents and toothpaste are all elements to retain the pristine water that flows through the Franklin River.
Your 10 day tour will have you driving along the Derwent River past Lake St. Clair, to the Collingwood River; all this before you even start your journey on the Franklin River. Once on the Franklin River however, you will traverse gorges, rocket through rapids, camp in pristine locations like ‘Irenabyss’ (or chasm of peace), Serenity Sound, Rafters Basin, Blackmans Bend and Sir John Falls, and you may climb the Fenchman’s Cap (1446 m) and enter ancient limestone caves.
Water by Nature Tasmania Franklin River Rafting tours are nature tourism at its best.

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