4 Tips To Find The Best Blue Mountain Private Tour

Blue Mountains National Park should be on your list of must-see places when visiting or living in Sydney, Australia. The Blue Mountains National Park is a stunning UNESCO site that offers a variety of activities and attractions. Hiking, scenic views or adventure are all available at this stunning UNESCO destination. Explore the ancient rock formations, valleys, and other features that make the Blue Mountains famous. The Blue Mountains have it all, whether you’re looking for a tour with a small or large group, an adventure or a stroll, or even a quick walk. The best part is? All of this can be done in a single day. Here are some of our top tips to help you find the best Blue Mountains Private Tours.

1. Can You Do A Sydney Day Trip To Blue Mountains?

Yes, absolutely! The Blue Mountains are one of the most popular and visited destinations near Sydney. The Blue Mountains is a great day trip that’s only 1.5 hours away from Sydney. A Blue Mountains Private Tour allows you to see all of the sights on your list. Your private Blue Mountains tour will include endless adventures, with the iconic nature and cute mountain villages surrounding you.

2. Include all the best Blue Mountains Private Tour Highlights!

The Blue Mountains offer a wide range of activities for visitors. There are many things to do in the Blue Mountains, including walking trails, waterfalls and wildlife spotting, mountain bike tours, abseiling, cave explorations and much more. The Blue Mountains are a fantastic destination for all levels of fitness and adventure seekers. You can choose to take a private Blue Mountains Tour in our luxury bus to see all the scenic highlights, or you can canyon down a river.

Private Blue Mountains tours allow you to see exactly what you wish. It’s only a question of speaking to your tour operator. Our clients love that we can customize the best Blue Mountains Private Tours for them! Here are some of our highlights.

Visit the Iconic Three Sisters

Three Sisters Lookout is a must-see for anyone visiting the Blue Mountains. No way! The ancient rock formation, located in the Jamison valley’s north escarpment, is culturally significant to local indigenous Dharug people and Gundungurra. You may be lucky enough to spot a local lyrebird, which is known for its ability to mimic human sounds such as ringtones and cars. The Three Sisters, located in the mountain village of Katoomba are the easiest viewpoints to see as you can just hop off the bus.

Discover Jenolan Caverns Tours

Jenolan Caves are another iconic site in the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Jenolan Caves, Australia’s largest and most famous caves, is often described as a magical place. Jenolan Caves is not one large cave but seven different cave systems, including the Temple of Baal and River Cave, as well as Lucas, Chifley Imperial, Diamond, Orient and Temple of Baal. This is the perfect place to learn more about local wildlife or birds, or aboriginal culture. It’s possible to spot the platypus, which is found in local waterways. Contact our team if you are interested in the trip.

Featherdale Wildlife Park is a great place to visit on a Blue Mountains Private Tour

The Blue Mountains still have wild endangered Koalas. However, their numbers are declining due to a variety of reasons. These include the development of the area and the deadly 2019 bushfires. The chances of spotting one in the wild is very low. Consider including Featherdale Wildlife Park in your itinerary if seeing a Koala is high on your list of things to do. This park allows you to get up close and personal with Australian wildlife while ensuring their safety. You can take selfies with the Quokkas (endemic to Western Australia), feed their wallabies, or even take a photo of them! Who could resist this adorableness?

What should I do on my Blue Mountains Tour?

You would love to visit the Three Sisters or Katoomba Falls but you want to do it from a unique perspective. Scenic World is a great addition to your Blue Mountains private tour! Choose from the Scenic Cable Way or Scenic Skyway to enjoy the spectacular views of the blue-hued trees in this unique location.

Leura Cascade

Leura Cascade will be the perfect bushwalk for you if you want to enjoy a walk without having to sweat too much. This scenic hike begins in the town of Leura and offers stunning views of Gordon Falls Lookout. If you’re in Leura, don’t forget to visit the historic Candy Store which has been around since 1990.

3. How Can The Weather Affect Your Blue Mountains Private Tour?

The weather at Sydney’s beaches can be quite different from the Blue Mountains. When traveling to the Blue Mountains, it’s worth checking the weather. It could rain in the mountains when it is sunny in Sydney and vice versa. The Blue Mountains are a little wetter, but don’t let that stop you from taking a day trip. The Blue Mountains are worth a visit, even if the weather is wet! Pack an extra layer as the mountain areas tend to be colder than coastal areas. Your private tour guide will help you prepare for the day!

4. Include some adventure in your Blue Mountains Private Tour with Canyoning!

Many locals of the Blue Mountains and residents of Sydney spend their weekends exploring Blue Mountains canyons and rivers! Many of our tour guides are fans of this adventure sport. Canyoning is, in our humble opinion one of the most enjoyable experiences on a blue mountains tour. This adventure includes all of the best aspects of exploring: new places, physical challenges, sliding down natural waterslides and jumping off cliffs, as well as swimming in the mountain water. We love including this experience on our Blue Mountains Private Tours.

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