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Number of Reviews: 109 Overall score: *****
Taj Mahal, India
***** Written

HIGHLIGHTS OF NORTHERN INDIA

An incredible, often overwelming experience. I've been home a week and still miss the sights, the sounds and the people, especially the children. This tour does exactly as it says. You can see a lot of India in a very short space of time. It's sometimes hard going, and you need to grab sleep any time you can, but by the end of the first day we had seen so much and felt like we'd been there a week.
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Feluccas sailing on the Nile, Egypt
***** Written

NILE CRUISE

An excellent visit to this fascinating country with just the right balance of early starts (to beat the heat and the queues) and opportunities to relax. Highly recommended!!!
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San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy
***** Written

CHIANTI: WALKING & WINE

An absolutely gorgeous part of Italy, and great for the novice wine taster. The three walks were fairly easy and we had plenty of time to discover Siena, as well as Florence on our day off. Our guide, Merv, was extremely chilled and great company, and really accomodating (took me out for an extra walk one afternoon). He even took as back to Pisa a little early so we could swing by the leaning tower! Not much private time due to sharing a room, but I didn't mind!
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Group on Mera Peak, Nepal
***** Written

MERA PEAK EXPEDITION

A great trip, despite the unseasonable weather - rain or snow almost every day- and no-one summitting (due to the weather).  The trip is about the journey and some of the views and sights were just awesome.  Hard (and they mean hard) but worth it.
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Bikers riding rocky track in Anti Atlas, Morocco
***** Written

ATLAS DESCENT

A very well organised and run holiday which made the most out of everyday and at times tested even the most experienced riders.  It is also a unique way of seeing Morocco as you get to ride through some very isolated but spectacular areas.
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***** Written

This trip was outstanding. One of the best I have ever been on. An excellent itinerary and a truly knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour leader (Sayed Mansour) made for a memorable holiday.

***** Written

As recommended by Exodus, this was a good trip for a first time visit to the Himalayas, by trekking in the Annapurna and Everest regions.  On reflection, we would have preferred more time in Pokhara, rather than visiting Chitwan.  This trip is all about the greatest mountain range on earth, and not about elephants and rhinos. 

Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
***** Written

CYCLING CUBA

An amazing country, friendly people, excellent cycling and lots of strong mojitos.  Everybody should do this trip!   
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written

CYCLE INDOCHINA & ANGKOR

A fantastic trip. Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam have such differernt way of life from the West, I had to immerse myself in their culture from the moment I landed. This helped me get out of my usuall day to day routine in Ireland. Cycling makes it easier to notice small details of visited countries, gets you closer to people and allows to see, smell and taste the places
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Tiger crossing the path, India
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

This is not a trip for cissies! Early starts, long bus and train journeys, heat, dust, cold, and sometimes days without sight of a tiger (plus the dreaded Delhi belly) – this is a trip that involves hard graft. But the rewards, if you see tigers, are beyond compare. We were fortunate enough to see 11 tigers and those moments will live in my memory bank forever. Equally, we endured the disappointment of four back-to-back drives in Bandhavgarh without seeing a single stripe. You have to be prepared for both eventualities. However, one of my favourite drives in Kanha was when we saw no tigers but witnessed a whole range of wildlife including Barasingha, jackals, jungle cats, Gaur, deer, wild boar, wild dogs, monkeys and a spectacular array of birds
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