2-Day Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Tour From Sydney

2-Day Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Tour From Sydney
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$245.57
Duration: 2 days
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Looking for a truly unique couple of days? The Blue Mountains & Jenolan Caves overnight is the tour for you if you want to explore the Australian bush and want to check out the one of the oldest discovered open caves in the world! On the first day, we take you to Featherdale Wildlife Park on the way to the mountains where you can cuddle a kangaroo! The rest of the day is all about walking, beautiful views and fun times with your group & guide! You will stay overnight at the YHA Blue Mountains (hostel) and wake up to a yummy continental breakfast. Day two will blow you away with a visit to one of the most impressive cave systems in the world, including a guided tour of the Lucas Cave.

Day 1
You will join our Blue Mountains day trippers on this overnight adventure! First stop is a fun and interactive Australian wildlife park, home to the largest collection of Australian native animals in the world, where you can cuddle a kangaroo, feed a wallaby, check out some huge crocodiles and take a selfie with a koala!

The Blue Mountains National Park covers over one million hectares and is an inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons, tall forests and headlands. When we get to the Blue Mountains, we take you on our first bushwalk and tell you stories about the ancient indigenous inhabitants, bush tucker and native flora & fauna. After your walk, you will enjoy a picnic lunch at a picturesque spot.

You’ll see the Three Sisters, the famous rock formation which is one of the most iconic images in Australia. The views overlooking the Jamison Valley are stunning! During your Blue Mountains trip, we will also take you on an amazing cliff face walk down through the rainforest. You can then walk back up or hold on tight as you ride the world’s steepest railway up (own expense).

At the end of the day your driver guided will drop you off at your accommodation, the YHA Blue Mountains, a very cute hostel located in the heart of the Blue Mountains National Park with restaurants, bars, cafes and shops only minutes' walk away. The rest of the evening is at your own leisure and dinner is at your own expense.

Day 2
After breakfast (included), you'll get picked up at the YHA at 10.30am and join the Jenolan Caves' day trippers to Australia's biggest cave system, the famous Jenolan Caves! The Jenolan Caves are roughly 340 million years old and are regarded as Australia's most outstanding cave system. A specialised guide will take you underground for an amazing tour experience, through the Lucas Cave. You'll spend about an hour underground exploring different cave chambers, climbing through narrow walkways and seeing stalagmites and stalactites.     

After having a look at the mysterious Blue Lake, we travel through the forest to the end of a dirt road where we usually see wild kangaroos & wallabies! We have to make sure we're super quiet as photo opportunities are rare. We'll slowly start to head back to Sydney but not before stopping at Govetts Leap; one of the Blue Mountains most impressive lookouts. Expect wilderness as far a the eye can see plus you'll get to see a stunning waterfall! 

Then sit back and relax as your driver guide returns you to Sydney that evening.

Looking for a truly unique couple of days? The Blue Mountains & Jenolan Caves overnight is the tour for you if you want to explore the Australian bush and want to check out the one of the oldest discovered open caves in the world! On the first day, we take you to Featherdale Wildlife Park on the way to the mountains where you can cuddle a kangaroo! The rest of the day is all about walking, beautiful views and fun times with your group & guide! You will stay overnight at the YHA Blue Mountains (hostel) and wake up to a yummy continental breakfast. Day two will blow you away with a visit to one of the most impressive cave systems in the world, including a guided tour of the Lucas Cave.