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Number of Reviews: 205 Overall score: *****
Following the GR20 route, France
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Corsica: The GR20

CORSICA: THE GR20

3
in my opinion the so called according to Tom Bowing he wrote article in Exodus supplement issued in March 2013 the ''toughest trek in Europe''is overated.
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Exodus Response

We are pleased that Mr Lucas enjoyed the views and the trekking. His physical training obviously put him in good stead for the exertions of this trek. This route is widely considered among trekking experts and Grand Randonnee enthusiasts to be the toughest route in Europe and we do advise that you put the training in for it. Along with our qualified mountain guides we have had 3 staff who have completed the route, between them they have climbed Kilimanjaro, trekked peaks in Ladakh and swampy terrain of Papua New Guinea. All agreed that this route is definitely a challenge!
Spectacular day at Machu Picchu, Peru
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
The Inca Trail

THE INCA TRAIL

5
Quite simply the best holiday I’ve ever been on.  Being a solo first time exodus traveller I was nervous before I left, but that feeling quickly disappeared on arrival at Cusco.   The group were fantastic and we bonded together quickly. 
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Nearing the summit of Mt Olympos, Turkey
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Walking the Lycian Way

WALKING THE LYCIAN WAY

4
A rewarding week of walking and relaxing away from the crowds. Varied terrain, great weather, good company and food along with satisfactory accommodation. A couple of lengthy and challenging days  (particularly on the optional Olympos ascent) to be aware of - with uneven terrain and prolonged uphill/downhill stints. Definitely at the top end of the moderate grade. Optional boat trip at Cirali on rest day recommended. Stunning coastal walk to the lighthouse on the last day. Ali is an enthusiastic guide who was spot on with his organisation and pacing.   
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Cyclists and wild horses, Mongolia
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Cycling in Mongolia

CYCLING THE EMPIRE OF GENGHIS KHAN

5
A brilliant trip involving reasonably challenging cycling through what must be some of the most beautiful and untouched country in the world - truly the way it was in the days of Genghis Khan (if a little safer!).
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Walking on Etna, Italy
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Sicilian Volcanoes

SICILIAN VOLCANOES

5
AMAZING.....!!! Loved every second of this trip - fantastic group, great walking, specatular volcanoes, brillent guide, lots of laughs. Everything you could possibly want from a holiday.
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Budapest, Hungary
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Cycling The Danube: Vienna to Budapest

CYCLING THE DANUBE - VIENNA TO BUDAPEST

5
Excellently organised trip, the maps were on the whole easy to follow, although we had waypointed the hotels on a GPS so we had a good idea of where to go, and how far we had to go. We did find out that the Canadians had slightly different routes to ours, and the American maps were slightly different again. The hotels (well, the ones we got to - see later) were all really good, and the staff friendly.
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