Bay of Fires Walk
A Seaside Ramble
Off Australia’s southern shore, Tasmania’s Bay of Fires is a remote stretch of white beach and granite painted orange with lichen. Tasmania Walking Company leads a four-day hike that explores the shoreline of Mount William National Park, stopping for the night at a camp of semi-permanent tents in dunes abutting the beach. Your reward for putting in the miles is two nights at the sleek, solar-powered Bay of Fires Eco Lodge (swim, snorkel, spa, repeat). This appeared in the July/August 2016 issue.
By Kyana Moghadam, AFAR Contributor
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