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“Springbreak 2018”

Blue Mountains Tours
Ranked #9 of 271 Outdoor Activities in Sydney
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Blue Mountains Tours by Dingo Travel is the best value for money. We offer 100% satisfaction or money back guarantee, exclusively to our TripAdvisor community. We would like to thank the thousands of travellers who have helped us to be recognised with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Enjoy our luxury Mercedes Van, small group tour (maximum 14 guests). We ensure your comfort on our van for. Every guest is treated as a V.I.P. by our knowledgeable and passionate tour guide. *Private Tours can be customised to focus on your choice of places of interest. Enjoy your excursion in one of our luxury 4X4 vehicles or a private luxury car to destinations that most tour operators cannot reach. *One Day Tour is the classic tour to experience the beauty and attractions of the Blue Mountains. From breathtaking scenery at the Scenic World to discovering the road less travelled, and amazing flora and fauna. *One Day Tour with Aboriginal tour guide, is a memorable experience .Your Aboriginal guide will explain local Aboriginal mythology, educate you about native bush foods and medicines while walking in the Blue Mountains National Park.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Menashe took us on this tour, he was extremely knowledgeable about the area, the local geography, ecology, local geology, history, etc. We learned tons. He also took the time to make extra stops for example to see some kangaroos in the wild. Definitely 5 stars!

Thank mrodri2
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Traveling with a group of 14 high school students has it's challenges, but nothing seemed to faze Menashe during our full-day trip into the Blue Mountains. He met us at our hotel exactly on time and explained to the students the plan for the day. Because the morning was somewhat cloudy, Menashe went out of his way to alter his plans to best take us to the places where the sun would be shining and the sky blue in order to provide us with great views. We zigzagged our way through the Blue Mountains, seeing the 3 Sisters, waterfalls and much more to their best advantage. He told stories about the areas, taking into consideration which stories and information would be most entertaining for the teenagers. Morning tea was great; fresh homemade scones and hot chocolate and then an Aboriginal show which was lively and informative. The rides in the gondola and railway going up steep mountain edges were breath-taking, and a bit like a roller-coaster! But a great way to see the sights. We went to Featherdale Animal Park and saw lots of native animals in open spaces which was fun for Americans who never see kangaroos, wallabees or koalas. A trip to the Olympic Park was interesting, and Menashe had great stories about how Australia built the park and how they prepared for the Olympics. We really enjoyed our day with Menashe and appreciated his vast information about the history of the Aboriginal people and their culture. The Blue Mountains are a unique and delightfully different part of Australia that should be visited, and visited with a tour leader who can answer any questions that are bound to be asked by adults or teenagers! He takes seriously the importance of passing along historic and geographic information to others and we left our tour that day with a plethora of facts about this part of Australia, respect for the care Australians put into preserving their heritage and the knowledge that we had made a new friend in Menashe. Thank you for a wonderful day!

2  Thank Sandralita65
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The whole day tour was very well ornanized. We had all included. I think it was a good choise. There were a little bit too much people and some ques.

1  Thank JormaJyv_skyl_
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Early start, but paid off as we did not have to que to go on the cable car, and railway. We had an excellent tour guide ” Menashe” . Would highly recommend Dingo Travel.,

Thank richbrice
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Blue Mountain tour group provided a very nice tour to see Blue Mountains. Our guide was very nice and informative. He provided a nice place to eat lunch and head to the animal zoo. I liked the Blue Mountains but after you see the Grand Canyon all other mountains pale in comparison. It was a nice day.

Thank Gina P
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