• Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Duration: 2 days (approx.)
From USD $ 1,779.01 View price calendar

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With deep gorges and soaring cliffs, the UNESCO–listed Blue Mountains offer some of New South Wales’ most beautiful wilderness scenery—but they’re popular among Sydney’s tourists. With this private small-group tour—limited to eight people—avoid the crowded coaches and experience the best of the Blue Mountains. Discover hidden canyons and dense forests, and spot native wildlife in its natural habitat—with accommodation, some meals, and park fees included.

Highlights

  • See the best of the Blue Mountains on a private overnight safari
  • Escape the tourist trail on a small-group tour, limited to eight people
  • Spot native Australian wildlife in its natural environment
  • Accommodation, some meals, and park fees are included on your tour

What You Can Expect

Inside the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage - A Private Wildlife Safari Overnight

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Customer Reviews

penny.catchpole

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

Amazing 2 days in the Blue Mountains. Jelle of Dingo tours was a fantastic guide bursting with knowledge and took us to the most wonderful places without crowds. We stopped by wild wallabies and kangaroos and lots of birds. Platypus spotting was my personal highlight. Despite the awful weather on day 2 we still managed some short walks in beautiful spots. Would recommend this trip rather than the typical one day trip. Can't thank Jelle enough for s superb two days.

Marco R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

This is a must-experience for all those who love nature. 2 days full immersion into the wildlife, geography, nature, history and culture of the Blue Mountains and Australia. Jelle has been an outstanding host, much more than a mere guide: very kind, forthcoming - and he just knows it all. Incredible what we saw, experienced, heard, felt and learned in just two days. A private wildlife safari, avoiding the crowds, in intimate contact with nature and with a wandering encyclopedia as a guide. Not to be missed!

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