Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Tasmania Super Saver: Hobart Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour plus Port Arthur Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The Port Arthur Tour was my second visit and one highly recommended. It's a place that's very special and you feel the history and presence of 'convicts past' as you walk around the very large site. There's too much to do in one day (hence my return visit after many years). The drive from Hobart showed the effects of the Summer's bushfires and the devastation caused but nature was already re-establishing itself and many houses were in the process of being re-built. The tour was very good value and if you're interested in Social History (like myself), a 'must' to have an insight into Tasmania's past.
The Coach Tram Tour of Hobart was an extra and, although a novel experience, a bit disappointing. The tram was 'off-road' which meant having a minibus alternative, but the advantage of this is, we had access to the narrow streets of Battery Point, a significant historical part of the city. A visit to the Botanical Gardens was wonderful. Overall the tour was fine as an introduction to the sights and sounds of Hobart!
Combines the highlights of Hobart and the history of Port Arthur and Tasmania. Tour guides were fun and gave excellent commentaries along the way. Recommend this value for money tour.
Great combined value. Two worthwhile tours.
City tour was on a modern coach as the tram was being repaired. However, that was probably a better option as the temperature was 29C and an air-conditioned coach was desirable. Both trips were very informative about the culture of Tasmania.
City tour gave a brief insight to the history of Hobart. The Port Arthur tour was excellent and very enlightening with reference to its history.
If you are short on time, this is a great way to see Hobart and Port Arthur is definetly worth a trip!