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Number of Reviews: 188 Overall score: *****
Local people carrying straw, Jebel Sahro, Morocco
***** Written

DESERT & MOUNTAINS OF MOROCCO

Had a great time, despite breaking my leg in three places at the highest point on the trip (the 2500m summit to Jebel Amlal). I heard the snap as I rolled my ankle in the snow, but thought it no more than a torn tendon.  Stuck it out despite the discomfort, and managed to see the trek through to the end. This was only made possible through our guide, Mohamed, arranging for me to hire an additional  mule (for the remaining three days in the mountains) and a camel (for the 4-day desert trek). Oddly, the new travelling arrangements actually enhanced the holiday.  Thanks to my 9 fellow travellers for their support (literally at times), understanding and compassion, and ‘un grand, grand merci’ to Mohamed for making everything possible.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
***** Written

CYCLING VIETNAM

Vietnam is an inspirational place to visit, the people are welcoming and open, the kids great you like brothers and sisters,the cities are a total culture shock and the landscape and coast is stunning. As cyclists dressed in our get up we must have looked like people from another planet dropped into a society which in some areas looks like it has not changed in hundreds of years. I felt by cycling, you touch, feel, smell and experience all aspects of life, it's traveling on a human scale enabling you to immerse yourself in another culture.
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Group on camels, Merzouga, Morocco
***** Written

HIGHLIGHTS OF MOROCCO

An amazing trip that really did explore the highlights that Morocco has to offer. The mixture of cities, desert, mountains and the coast enables you to fully experience Morocco's very different landscapes. Friendly people, yummy food and delicious mint tea also helped make the experience what it was!
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Bikers riding rocky track in Anti Atlas, Morocco
***** Written

ATLAS DESCENT

An adrenaline filled, Perineum punishing, thigh stretching hootnanny of a trip.  My first mountain biking trip, lived up to expectations in terms of the trade off between excitement and exertion.  Would certainly consider scaring myself again with another downhill mountain biking trip. As ever the trip was well organised and the routes carefully considered to get the most out of each day.
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Trekking to Thyangboche, Everest Basecamp trek, Nepal
***** Written

EVEREST BASE CAMP

Beautiful, challenging at times but very boring after 1pm.....
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Exodus Response

Most day walks finish between 3 and 4pm. The speed and pace of the groups varies depending on the capability of the participants and the leader ensures that a speed is set to allow for acclimatisation. The teahouses are comfortable, yet basic but we believe part of being in the Himalayas is to enjoy getting back to basics, switching of the mobile phone and ignoring the tv. The investment in the solar stoves has been a great success, welcomed by the local teahouse owners. They are now able to boil water without the struggle of having to find wood and further pollute the environment with excess smoke created.

The evenings in the teahouses are a great time to play cards, read a good book and get to know your fellow travellers.
Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - RONGAI ROUTE

A well organised, well advised, well informed trip and everyone from the general porters to the exodus guys were just brillant.  Managed to keep the group motivated given some pretty unsettled conditions and a last minute logisitcal detour via Kili airport instead of direct to Nairobi was quick thinking and personally very well received!
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Houseboats on backwaters, India
***** Written

THE TROPICAL SOUTH

A very pleasant introduction to Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The group we were with was a very good mix and added to the enjoyment.
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