We live in Tasmania. We know Tasmania. We know all the operators and the best accommodation.
We know the best mountain bike trails, the best hikes, the best rivers to kayak on.
We know where to find transport and great guides and drivers.
By matching our knowledge with your needs we then come up with the perfect package to ensure you have that perfect Tasmanian adventure.
Things can be very easy or very complex. Big or small.
If all you need is transport for your mountain bikes from an entry port to one of our amazing mountain bike parks we can manage.
Or if you planning to walk the Overland Track we manage all the transfers for you.
Maybe you just want a transfer to Cradle Mountain.
We understand money and as travellers ourselves we want our travel budget to extend as far as we can. So we do work to strict budgets and aim to offer the best value in Tasmania.
Please just tell us what you want and we will be there for you and respond to help you plan.
A very popular request is assistance for self guided groups to undertake the Overland Track. We offer a full range of transfer and support services including accommodation.
Other popular walking tracks where we help put is Frenchman's Cap and the South Coast Track.
Supporting groups travel along the Tasmanian Trail is one we often do.
Maybe you need just picking up at the end in Dover or need help moving bags each day.
Or perhaps advice on accommodation.
The Tasmanian Trail is suitable for mountain bikes, walking and horses.
Tasmania is fast becoming a world leading mountain bike destination catering for all levels.
This includes Maydena, Wild Mersey, St Helens and Derby and many other smaller parks.
Reaching them can be a hassle and that is where we can help you. Transfers are possible from Hobart, Launceston and Devonport and between mountain bike parks.
Kayak along the majestic Derwent River and see a platypus or on the ocean.
Or perhaps Lake Pedder amongst the mountains and feel the remoteness.
David Hearle is the founder of eGuide. Over many years David has been an accomplished travel writer with travel Guides written for most world cities. And as a travel photographer his travel images have been used by numerous travel publications and tourism bodies.
A Tasmanian resident David now travels less and is focused on supporting visitors to Tasmania enjoy all that Tasmania has to offer.
As an adventurer being a very capable skier, hiker, kayaker, mountain bike rider David shares his passion for Tasmania with individuals and groups from all over Australia and the World.
As a Tasmanian with a deep interest in Tasmanian history David shares with guests a insight into the early years of Tasmania.
As a trained botanist David shares his passion for the amazing fauna and flora that exist in Tasmania.