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Number of Reviews: 124 Overall score: *****
Trekking to Thyangboche, Everest Basecamp trek, Nepal
***** Written

EVEREST BASE CAMP

A simply incredible experience that I will never forget! The trek was well organized and yet relaxed, allowing me to fully soak up one of the most stunning places on the planet…Exodus are the right people to go with… their years of experience in the Himalaya are priceless, the Sherpas they employ are amazing and the lodges they choose to stay in really make the trip!
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***** Written

A well balanced fascinating trip from ancient Persepolis through turquoise-tiled Silk Route mosques to the traffic chaos of modern Tehran. With the exception of the hotel in Tehran (presumably chosen for its tolerance of early arrivals and late departures), the other 3 hotels were clean, modern and comfortable. I wore a long jacket and light scarf, which was not too irksome! 

Corsica, France
***** Written

CORSICAN MOUNTAINS & VILLAGES

Corsoca is a beautiful island with superb scenery , well organised , well led holday , weather was very good. The group worked well , supportive of people of different speeds of walking , some fun characters & good stories.
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Priest outside the Church of Abuna Yemata, Guh, Gheralta, Ethiopia
***** Written

DISCOVER ETHIOPIA

Having travelled quite a bit in Africa and worked there twice, I knew that any trip to Africa would be exciting. Despite this, my holiday to Ethiopia exceeded all my expectations.Definitely one of the best holidays of my life.
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***** Written

A great holiday and wonderful experience.  The itinerary was superb for seeing a range of wonderful sites.  On the whole hotels good but different in accomodation standard (one hotel below par but otherwise fine).  Food good, but go with the guides advice, they know best.  Go with the flow and enjoy!

Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - RONGAI ROUTE

So.........having took the plunge and booked the last two remaining places on the Kilimanjaro treck, we were obviously a little nervous at the shear thought and magnitude of what we had just done, particularly as we'd never walked or climbed any large hill never mind a mountain! So to cut a long story short, we walked three mini mountains in the UK during the 8 month run up to our adventure. These constituted Scaffell Pike in the Lake District, Kinder Scout in the Peak District and Snowdon in Wales. The biggest of these being Snowdon at just over 3500 feet high, which paled in comparison to Kili at over 19,000 feet!  Needless to say these walks along with some stamina work at the gym twice a week enabled us to reach the summit of the worlds highest free standing mountain, meet some amazing new friends and bring back some awesome memories and an experience that will live with us forever.  We must also add that Exodus provided a service that we can only describe as excellent right from the booking staff in the UK through to the guides on the mountain itself.  What are you wainting for?? Take the plunge!! Lee & Abi Shaw (Rongai Route October 2010)
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Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Cambodia
***** Written

CLASSIC VIETNAM & ANGKOR

This trip is a great taster for Vietnam and Cambodia.  There are parts which can feel a bit rushed (see additional comments), but overall the pace is fairly relaxed and yet still covers most of the top highlights of the region.
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Korcula town, Croatia
***** Written

DUBROVNIK & THE DALMATIAN COAST

A very good holiday with interesting people.  An excellent tour leader.  Not too energetic.
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Khinkali, traditional Georgian cuisine
***** Written

HIGHLIGHTS OF GEORGIA & ARMENIA

It has been a very easy travel, available to everybody (special fitness is not required), The two countries visited were very unknown for me, i enjoyed it, but at last, it was a religious travel, there are so much religious issues in this countries, all their lives goes arround it, and it is noticed and lived in some way during the trip.
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