Book Now - Aladdin (Adventure Caving Experience)

You should complete the 'Plughole Adventure Tour' before the Aladdin Adventure Tour, as The Plughole is slightly less strenuous and eases you into squeezes and other caving manoeuvres.

The Aladdin requires agility, beginning with a steep, enclosed descent. Therefore, we do not recommend this adventure to anyone with claustrophobia. Challenges like 'The Traverse', 'The Slide' and 'Lang's Leap' will challenge you. If they don't, the return climb will!

Cavers don overalls, helmets and headlamps at the 'Old Schoolhouse', study the cave map and then walk up the beautiful McKeowns Valley, before a short (but strenuous) climb uphill to the cave.

After a safety briefing in the 'Moonmilk Chamber', we head into the dark. The cave includes an exciting downhill climb through the 'Rockpile', edging across 'The Traverse', climbing cave ladders, a slide, and then the fabulous reward for your efforts - squeezing into some highly decorated sections of cave.

The way out begins with a climb up 'The Slide', and continues up, so save some energy! The return walk from the cave includes a stroll through the dramatic Devils Coachhouse, a vast cave which provides an interesting contrast to the more intimate Aladdin Cave.

This tour is a great challenge, which you will remember for a long time. You can proudly show friends your Certificate of Achievement and free photos of your trip downloaded from our Mediafire page.

Average Duration: 3 hours



About Jenolan Caves

People of all ages love Jenolan. Jenolan Caves are Australia's largest, most famous and most spectacular caves and the oldest caves in the world, with bushwalks, wildlife, a range of accommodation, cafe and magnificent restaurant right on site.

We also host school excursions, unique weddings, conferences and team building. Book accommodation online at www.thebookingbutton.com.au/properties/jenolancavesdirect.

4655 Jenolan Caves Road,
Jenolan Caves, NSW 2790

Dress Code

WHAT IS PROVIDED?
All equipment, lights and protective clothing.

WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable clothing that can get dirty and which are suitable for wearing underneath overall. You also must wear non-slip athletic shoes such as sneakers/joggers or bushwalking boots. It is optional for you to supply soft, flexible knee pads. Bring essentials only.

Spectator Information

CAMERA - Bring personal belongings, such as cameras, at your own risk. Small cameras may be easily carried through the cave and there are many photographic opportunities. A flash is essential.

PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION - if you require medication during the day, please bring it.

WILL I GET WET?
The environment of the cave is moist and, after significant rainfall, there are large amounts of water. You should remain mostly dry.

WILL I GET DIRTY?
Yes (but wearing our overalls). Bring a change of clothes for after the tour (just in case).

WHERE DO WE MEET FOR THE TOUR?
Please collect your tickets and assemble in the Guides Office by 8.45am. The starting time of this tour is 9.00am.

Weather Information

This is an all weather activity.

Other Information

Jenolan Caves is currently working through the advice from the NSW Government regarding the phased easing of restrictions.

In keeping with these measures and our commitment to visitor and staff safety, we have now reopened our hotel, Chisolm’s Restaurant and Caves Café. To facilitate social distancing, we are limiting the number of people at Jenolan Caves House. Please book ahead, either online or by phone on 1300 76 33 11.

However, in keeping with measures to ensure our commitment to visitor and staff safety, our cave tours will remain closed.

We will continue to review as the NSW Government releases more information on the next phase of lifting restrictions.

Please note that this experience requires a minimum of 1 seats to run (seats do not always equate to tickets).

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