Blue Mountains Tours | Jenolan Caves Tours | Blue Mountains Day Trips | Blue Mountains Day Tours from Sydney
Blue Mountains Day Tours & Wildlife Park
Operates: Daily – 8 AM
Duration: 10.5 Hrs Approx
$160 $142 Children: $80
If you indeed wish to escape from the city, surrender to the serene rain forests of the Blue Mountains. Considering this place is only an hour out of Sydney, perfect for a day spent exploring its wild beauty. This is one of the most pristine and stunning areas of New South Wales. Therefore, absorb the atmosphere as you hear and feel the calming whisper of nature’s language. Moreover, this visit will refresh your senses. Our Day tours to the Blue Mountains provide the opportunity to witness one of New South Wales’ heritage listed mountains ranges. Furthermore, the mountains offer its inspiring mix of tall trees, rocky canyons, wide valleys and rainforest.
Firstly, Loksha Tours offers 5 different Blue Mountains Day Tours options. Subsequently, you can choose the tour you want depending on your preference. In addition, we include a very popular visit to Sydney’s award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park. Here you probably see some of Australian’s finned, furry, and funky creatures. These Blue Mountains Day tours from Sydney will be a great day that showcases the grandeur of Australia’s flora and fauna. The Tour also stops at Echo Point to view the great Three Sisters rock formation. This is notably a breathtaking spot to get photographs. You also have the option to choose the Blue Mountains with Jenolan Caves tours. No visitor considering these Sydney to Blue Mountains tours should miss an opportunity to visit the amazing Jenolan Caves.
Firstly, discover the spectacular World Heritage listed the Blue Mountains and the wondrous variety of our native wildlife. Particularly, stretching over one million hectares, the Blue Mountains is an inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons, tall forests and headlands. This is indeed one of Australia’s natural wonders. On this Blue Mountains Tour, first of all, we will stop at Echo Point where you can view the famous Three Sisters rock formation. To add to the experience, you will hear the ancient Aboriginal legends of this impressive rock formation. Alternatively, grab some morning tea and enjoy the amazing views (own expense option 1/included in option 2).
Secondly, we arrive at Scenic World where you will have free time to join the rides (own expense option 1/included in option 2). Enjoy free time to wander the streets of Leura. You can have either lunch or coffee in one of the many cafes (own expense option 1/included in option 2) here. You may be able to discover Leura village, a delightful blend of groomed gardens and quaint shops. Lastly, we experience an afternoon encounter at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Consequently, you have the opportunity to have your photo taken with a cuddly koala, see kangaroos, wombats, dingoes, and cute little penguins. Finally, end your day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta River, passing under the Harbour Bridge and by the Opera House. Subsequently, the ferry will be docking in Circular Quay or Darling Harbour (own expense option 1/included in option 2).
Firstly, enjoy the unique town of Leura and immerse yourself in the originality of the quaint shops on offer in this Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney. You will then see the famous Three Sisters, a great photo opportunity! This tour particularly gives you the opportunity to travel in a smaller group and especially relevant for the people who are looking for this option.
Secondly, take a visit to the popular Scenic World (own expenses). Then enjoy a two-course lunch, accompanied with wine as you listen to native bird calls at The Conservation Hut Cafe. Especially, they serve a hearty lunch on their large open veranda with stunning views of Jamison Valley. In fact, in the winter you get to sit by the cosy log fire and enjoy your lunch. You may be able to travel to Evans Lookout by an adventurous beaten track. Finally, stop to experience an afternoon at the Featherdale Wildlife Park.
First of all, we cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Katoomba – the resort capital of the Blue Mountains in Jenolan Caves Tours. At Echo Point, not to mention you see the Three Sisters rock formation towering over Jamison Valley. Then we visit Jenolan Caves – Australia’s best known underground limestone caves. On the way to Jenolan Caves Day Tours from Sydney, you will also enjoy the stunning scenery of Cliff drive. An experienced guide will then guide you through one of the oldest open caves systems in the world, stretching over 40 KM of multi-level passages. There are nine caves visitors can explore and all of them are featured in underground rivers and limestone formations, not to mention amazing light effect inside the Caves.
Therefore, enjoy a guided inspection of Lucas Cave as parts of our Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Tours from Sydney. This is the largest Cave of the Jenolan Caves system and boasts a massive chamber and one of the most visited caves. Its highest chamber reaches 54 meters and is known as the ‘Cathedral’. This cave is a venue for musical concerts and performances due to its reputed acoustic capabilities.
Please note, lunch can be purchased from the Cave House and sometimes a visit to Lucas Caves will be replaced with a visit to either Imperial or Chifley Cave for Jenolan Caves Tours. So, enjoy free time to explore the beautiful surroundings. See the beautiful Caves Guesthouse while exploring this place. Then a light stroll around the beautiful Blue Lake will mark the end of the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves tour. In sunlight, the lake manifests itself in almost gorgeous blue colour with water cascading through the limestone caves.
These Blue Mountains Tours from Sydney have been designed to cater for the adventurers and people who like to enjoy bushwalking in addition to our normal tours. So it gives them an opportunity to check out the flora and fauna of this area up-close. Additionally, this Blue Mountains Day Tours includes a trekking from Glenbrook to the Wentworth Falls. After lunch (included) you may be descending into the Jamison Valley via the historic Furber Stairs. Lastly, have either option to purchase a ticket to Scenic railway or walk up the top in these Blue Mountains Tours.
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