- 天數: 6 天 (左右)
- 产品编号: MOON
When booking this tour we take full payment unless otherwise stated.
If you wish to make a deposit for this tour, you can. In the Payment Options box on the booking form, please indicate if you wish to make a deposit or pay for the tour in full.
The deposit is $400.00 per guest.
Please Note: Once you have completed the booking form, it will indicate that the full tour price is due.
However, if you have noted in the "Payment Options" box that you only wish to pay a deposit, this is what we will charge your card when we receive your booking.
This hike is a full pack, 6 day in and return trip from Ida Bay to Pindars Peak. We cross high country, sidle past highland tarns and climb numerous peaks along the way.
This walk best suits the experienced walker with a good level of fitness. The Southern Ranges are exposed and walkers must be prepared for all weather conditions.
We always hope for favorable weather and with this confidence we have coincided our walks to depart around the full moon.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Canceling the tour up to 6 weeks prior, a full refund
less a 10% booking fee will be refunded. From 6 weeks to 3 weeks prior a 50%
refund will be given. Up to 3 weeks prior to the tour no refund will be given.
If you wish to transfer your booking to another date this can be done up to 6
weeks prior only. Please note the 10% booking fee is 10% of the tour price.
Should a participant/guest need to leave a tour once
it has commenced, due to a medical emergency or any other reason, no refund,
partial or in full, will be given.
Please note that all tours are subject minimum numbers and the tour will only run if those minimum numbers are met. We strongly suggest that when you book flights and accommodation, that you take out travel insurance to cover any cancellation of a tour. Tasmanian Hikes will not be liable to cover any travel cost should a tour be canceled or delayed.
Tasmanian Hikes reserves the right to vary or postpone a tour due to unsafe conditions such as severe weather, floods, bush fires orsudden track closures.