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Number of Reviews: 434 Overall score: *****
Toubkal Summit in Winter, Morocco
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

MT TOUBKAL WINTER CLIMB

I have to rate this as one of my best, of many, Exodus Trips. Like all good Tagines, it had all the right ingredients to be a success, and it really was. The itinerary, weather, group members, the guides, food , transport were all amazing.  The only slight blot was the accommodation at the Refuge but then that is almost as infamous as the Atlas Mountains themselves, and its strange way added to the adventure! 
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Toubkal Summit in Winter, Morocco
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

MT TOUBKAL WINTER CLIMB

I have to rate this as one of my best, of many, Exodus Trips. Like all good Tagines, it had all the right ingredients to be a success, and it really was. The itinerary, weather, group members, the guides, food , transport were all amazing.  The only slight blot was the accommodation at the Refuge but then that is almost as infamous as the Atlas Mountains themselves, and its strange way added to the adventure!
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Nangkartshang Peak, above Dingboche, Nepal View up Chukkung VAlley to Island Peak, Nepal
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

HIGH PASSES OF EVEREST

Regardless of the fact that the weather for the first few days out of and last few days back to Lukla were less than the clear weather expected in October/November, this was an amazing journey with views to die for.During the critical 2 weeks between the first and last passes the weather was great and being in amongst these magnificent mountains was a joy. The trek was perhaps the toughest overall that I've done, the nights were very cold and the accommodation left a lot to be desired but hey that all just makes it more special.
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View of Amalfi
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

AMALFI COAST & BAY OF NAPLES

This was one of the better walking holidays I've been on.  The views are stunning and you will even enjoy your day on the beach. Food in the hotel is pretty good where you get a chance to make and eat your own pizza and gnocchi.
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Convent Santa Catalina, Arequipa, Peru
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

ESSENTIAL PERU

I had wanted to visit Peru for so long.  It was my first trip to South America and for me the country of Peru was my first choice!  My only reservation was that there would be so much cloud forest but was I proved wrong!  The sun shone every day and it was 10 degrees hotter than I expected!  The trip exceeded expectations in every way.  Peru is a wonderfully diverse country, not only with its geographical features, but with its people and resources that are innumerable -there is nothing the Peruvians can't produce! 
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

DELHI TO KATHMANDU

This was the most different holiday I have ever been on - North India was a total assault on the senses and quite intense at times and challenging to my western sensibilities. Overall I totally loved it although after a week in North India I was glad to get to Nepal which is less hectic.
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Plaza de Armas, Cuzco, Peru
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

PERU EXPLORER

The Peru Explorer package was very well organised and led, gave us a pretty comprehensive picture of Southern Peru and was good value for money.   Given the distances involved and the sheer scale of the programme, it inevitably involved a great deal of coach travel - it certainly wasn't a restful holiday!  We were lucky in that our group numbered only nine and we travelled in a coach which catered for more than twice as many people. The Inca trail was wonderful and, although we were by far (a good dozen years) the oldest people in the group, we managed the walking without much discomfort. And  we were tremendously well looked after by the ample contingent of porters, cooks and bottle-washers.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

Fantastic memorable trip and experience cycling across three Central American countries. Highly recommended. Be sure to put in some hill preparation work before you go its not a flat area :-)
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Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - RONGAI ROUTE

This was the year when I wanted to do something exceptional (turning 40 makes you evaluate things somewhat!). Having listened to a colleague who had completed the Kilimanjaro challenge previously, the idea took seed and I eventually took the plunge and booked with Exodus. Alongside preparing myself for the physical challenge, Exodus were great at preparing me with tips on practical planning and ensuring everything was well organised.We were given ample opportunity to get to know the rest of the group of walkers and by the time the trekking commenced, we had forged friendships which will continue well beyond the holiday. The guides and porters who supported us throughout our trek were outstanding, both in help and friendliness. I am in awe of their positive attitude and physical stamina!The climb was tough, both physically and mentally but through the support of guides, portering staff and our new-found friendships, I was thrilled to reach the summit and be rewarded with  a huge sense of achievement. The phrase 'on top of the world' has taken on a whole new meaning to me.I will never forget this trip; challenging, rewarding and motivational. I would urge anyone to do it! 
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