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Number of Reviews: 179 Overall score: *****
On the move, Pallas-Yllas N.P, Finland
***** Written
Finnish Dogsledding Adventure

FINNISH DOGSLEDDING ADVENTURE

5
Pristine snow, enthusiastic and energetic dogs so eager to get going, they can hardly contain themselves with the excitement. This is like cross-country skiing without the effort, going through beautiful landscape seemingly far from civilisation.If you've been thinking about this trip for a while, don't hesitate, just go for it!
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
***** Written
Finnish Wilderness Week

FINNISH WILDERNESS WEEK

5
A holiday that`s completely different-the furthest North I`ve ever been-close to Arctic circle, fantastic scenery and climate- great activities, aching in every muscle when i got home, so I know it`s been a good holiday!
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***** Written

VERSCIACO SKATE AND CLASSIC WEEK

5
A skiing holiday with the emphasis on instruction, for those who want to improve classic technique and try skating technique for the first time.
Rajasthani women getting water at well, sunset, India
***** Written
Classic Rajasthan

CLASSIC RAJASTHAN

4
This was a great trip.  The itinerary, destinations, accomodations were great.  Our group was outstanding.  I would not hesitate to go with Exodus again.
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Burma countryside solo cyclist, Burma
***** Written
Burma by Bike

BURMA BY BIKE

4
Of all the cycling trips I've done this ranks as my favourite. The cycling is quite varied (the food less so...) and there is a mix of hills and flatter bits. There's plenty of opportunities to visit sites of interest along the way and to really take in the Burmese culture. The attitude of the Burmese people was really humbling and has left its mark. This was the first trip so I am sure that as Exodus tweak it things will only get even better.
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Burma countryside solo cyclist, Burma
***** Written
Burma by Bike

BURMA BY BIKE

3
On balance this was a good trip, a balance of an excellent main part (cycling in central Burma), marred by a series of cock-ups at teither end of the trip in Yangon.A number of perfectly avoidable organisational errors in Yangon at either end of the trip caused disappointment and a loss of confidence in the organisation of the trip, but the main part of the trip, the cycling, was very well organised (in particular, the cycling leader, Myo, was excellent), and biking is definitely a great way to see the country. I think that the balance of temperature,  terrain and distances intended (which were excessive for our group on the longer days, and therefore cut back by the local tour leader (on one day from 95km to 60km!) have been underplayed in the 'moderate' rating. On poor roads, and in warm temperatures, the loger journeys are challenging, and are not well suited to occasional weekend riders (as suggested in the brochure).I also feel that the group size of 18 is somewhat excessive for the logistics available; the mix of abilities within the group meant that the group became very strung out, and the passenger vehicles were bursting at the seams for the transit sections, which is not ideal considering there are some longish (up to 6 hrs) journeys.      If these issues could be sorted out, and the communication between Exodus and their subontractors improved, this trip has the potential to be very good indeed. I have been delighted with Exodus' trips in the past, and just hope this is a one off blip rather than evidence of taking their eye off the ball. 
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