Megalong Valley trike tour – Fai + Tasi 10.10.20

Our customer Hanaa contacted us to organise a surprise trike ride in the Blue Mountains. She wanted to do something special for her nieces so we organised the Megalong Valley trike tour.

Springwood

We found a place in Springwood, where the passengers and trike rider could all safely meet up. It was a total surprise and one they loved. The family thought it was hilarious as the girls had been trying to guess what was happening, what they were going to be doing. Their guess was an afternoon of ceramic pottery tutoring. They were thinking that would have been as exciting as watching grass growing! Then they were freaking out as to what their Aunty really was up to. 🤣🤣🤣

Megalong Valley

Our trike rider Max, found the passengers at the prearranged pick up spot. He rode along the Great Western Highway, up the Blue Mountains. Instead of going to all the touristy places (which we love), he kept going to the picturesque Megalong Valley.

After almost an hour of riding, they stopped to eat at Megalong Tea rooms. So far, the Megalong Valley trike tour was fun and the best surprise! Our customer and son followed the trike and they all met up for lunch. After a relaxing pick me up lunch, they piled back on the trike and Max rode back down the Blue Mountains. He dropped them back at their car in Springwood. The Megalong Valley trike tour was a huge success.

Testimonial

Hi Trevor and Katrina 

Thank you so much! They were so happy and had the best time. They said the Max was awesome and I can’t wait to organise my bday now!! yehhhhhhhh!! I asked them to write a review on your page for you guys. Once again thank you, speak to you soon in regards to rebooking.

Enjoy your weekend.
Hanaa

https://trolltours.com.au/product/design-your-own-ride/
https://www.bluemts.com.au/info/towns/megalong-valley/

Megalong Valley

The Aboriginal word megalong means ‘valley below the cliffs’. The fabulous Cox’s River passes through the valley, and it is via this river in 1818, Thomas Jones was believed to be the first European visitor to the area. Thomas Jones ventured into the valley to explore its natural vegetation.