Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Motorcoach Day 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.
It was really a trip worth going on. The Jenolan Caves was an unforgettable experience with great guide. We also enjoyed skyways, cable cars and steep railways. Amazing route full of bushes and exciting nature.This trip is a must.
Hotel pick up and drop off, bus condition, driver's knowledge and driving skills, sightseeing - everything was perfect arranged.
The driver made the whole trip so worthwhile. He was very knowledgeable and so friendly. The Jenolan Caves have been the best I've seen so far including New Zealand and Gibraltar. Thanks for a great day!
Judith Anne M
A very long day, but a great trip to do! The coach was very modern and comfortable and our driver/tour guide was excellent!
With skyways, cable cars and steep railways, it was a trip worth going on. And not to forget about the Jenolan caves, a wonderful experience especially with the adventurous package. Moving (or rather, squeezing) through the creeks and caverns of the caves was the experience of a lifetime. This trip is a must.
The caving option was well worth any extra. Great time to be had by those who are active and adventurous. Need to be agile and able to maneuver through tight spots! Time of our lives. Long bus ride from Sydney, though.
The adventure tour of the caves was tough but definitely a great experience, and the Blue Mountains were absolutely amazing.
The bus driver was great. Told us a lot of interesting information on the bus trip to the Blue Mountains and the caves.
Great trip. Friendly staff. Beautiful scenery. Stunning caves. The caves are a must-see on your itinerary.
Prepare yourself to enter a new world and to climb almost a thousand steps into the caves. Once you get there, you will be stunned by what nature can do, and you'll be able to see it all as the caves are nicely lighted even in the most remote crevices. We went in winter time, if you do the same take a light jacket for the outside, but I doubt that you will need it on the inside once you start climbing.