We’ve been the go to site for people interested in custom self drive tours in Tasmania for years.
Los Angeles.CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2015
Tasmania.com the Web’s favourite destination for Tasmania Tours at http://www.tasmania.com/ is proud to announce a major upgrade to their industry-leading website on tours and sightseeing for Tasmania. The company has revamped the keyword structure for more decisive information for travelers, and begun an ambitious blog project.
“We’ve been the go to site for people interested in custom self drive tours in Tasmania for years,” explains Michael Hawker, owner of Tasmania.com “Our new website still offers custom planning and now has direct online booking for tours, car hire in Tasmania, campervan rental, and sightseeing information in Tasmania."
To browse the updated website and learn more about Tasmania tours, please visit http://www.tasmania.com/. Be sure to click on the links down to major topics such as car hire in Tasmania or blog posts on topics that interest tourists traveling to the island State.
Tasmania Tours: Easy Access from the Australia Mainland
With the advent of the Internet, people go looking for in-depth information on key destinations like Tasmania from their Web browser. Over the years, Tasmania.com has found that potential tourists often start their search in Australia, looking for day tours in Tasmania as well as adventure tourism such as sailing or gastronomy tourism to the island. One of the most popular types of tourism is a self-drive tour by renting a car or motorhome for travel around the island. The updated website takes advantage of the global reach of the internet, by helping tourists in Australia as well as Asia or the United States find not only the best routes to Tasmania, but also often the cheapest.
Tasmania.com is one of the oldest and most popular sites for Tasmania tours and self drive packages. The site specializes in all types of Tasmania travel opportunities such as day trips within Tasmania, car and camper hire (referred to as RV rental by United States travelers), as well as trips to popular destinations like Hobart, Launceston, Freycinet and the Tasman Peninsula. The site offers easy access to information for tourists, and custom tour opportunities.