Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Blue Mountains Deluxe Small Group Eco Tour from Sydney submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Everything went as advertised, had a great tour leader in Larry. Was hurried at each stop, but that was necessary given the aggressive agenda for the day. Would have enjoyed more time at the animal park for sure.Reviewed by: Toons, USA, January 2013
Very good with very knowledgable guide. Problem with. A contact lens which needed a trip to the optician butbthecguidecsorted us out without too much interuption to the other guests. On top of this great tripReviewed by: Lynn M, December 2012
Nice scenic drive and stop for apple pie. Blue mountains are nice. I'm afraid of heights but the gondola ride and the rail up the mountain were tolerable. Getting into Featherdale park before the general public was great. Got to be up close and personnel with the animals before everyone else got there. I didn't choose the optional lunch, but what they didn't tell you is if you don't purchase the lunch there is not a stop where you can get something to eat. A couple joined our tour in the morning and the driver charged them $169 a piece that included lunch. I ended up paying the extra $30 for lunch, then plus the $214 for the basic tour I paid $244 and the other paid $169. I don't understand the discrepancy. This tour is worth it for $169 but not for $244.Reviewed by: nyerans, May 2013
We had a special all terrain kind of bus, didn't need it what so ever. Stayed on nice paved roads all the time. The Blue mountains were great, too bad we didn't see enough of them. Definitely did not have enough time at the 3 Sisters. We could of spent three hours there, but had less then an hour. Skip the demostration by aboriginals and go straight to the 3 Sisters and marvel in the beauty of nature. Would of given 5 stars if we had gone straight to 3 sisters and had a longer time to stay on location.Reviewed by: KeNelia, Canada, March 2013
The scenery in the Blue Mountains was amazing. Feeding kangaroos was great. The lunch provided was of a good standard. Unfortunately this tour seemed to be more about shopping opportunities than exploring the natural wonders if the area. Not what we expected from an 'Eco tour'. We were disappointed.Reviewed by: markgsherwin, January 2013
Items in my shopping cart: 0