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Jenolan Caves Tour

All Weather Tour

1+ People

10 – 11 Hour Duration

From:  AUD$169 (15+ people)

 

 

Highlights

  • Private Sydney tours – just your group on the tour, no one else!
  • Private full-day tour to the Jenolan Caves, from Sydney
  • Mountain village of Leura
  • Spectacular Govett’s Leap Lookout
  • Tour through Lucas or Orient Cave
  • Dazzling natural limestone stalactite sculptures and pristine underground rivers
  • View the famous Three Sisters

JENOLAN CAVES TOUR

 

BLUE MOUNTAINS

Begin your big day out with an early start as you travel up through the Blue Mountains with its stunning natural wonders: sandstone escarpments, dense eucalyptus forests and rugged terrain.

 

LEURA

Stop for a morning tea break at the enchanting village of Leura with its Edwardian storefronts and 19th century cottages, filled with boutique shops and great cafes.

 

GOVETT’S LEAP

Visit the spectacular Govett’s Leap lookout with glorious panoramic views across the Grose Valley and to the right, Govett’s Leap Brook ends in the Bridal Veil Falls – the highest falls in the Blue Mountains at 180m.

 

JENOLAN CAVES

We head deep into the Great Dividing Range and take a tour through the beautiful limestone caves at Jenolan Caves, one of the world’s largest complex cave systems. Marvel at the dramatic floodlit limestone stalactite sculptures and underground rivers. Visit the Lucas Cave, featuring immense chambers.

 

THE THREE SISTERS

After lunch we head back up to the Mountain village of Katoomba, where we stop at Echo Point and take in panoramic views of dramatic canyons over the Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters rock formation.

Sit back and relax for the drive back down the mountains and be dropped directly back to your hotel.

Includes

  • National Parks Entry Fee
  • Jenolan Caves Tour
  • Professional Guide
  • Expert Commentary
  • Bottled Water
  • Hotel Pickup and Drop off
  • Flexible Itinerary

Excludes

  • Food & Drink
  • Tips

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