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Number of Reviews: 151 Overall score: *****
Korcula town, Croatia
***** Written

CYCLING THE DALMATIAN COAST

This was a really good trip with a nice balance of cycling and sight seeing. The islands were the high point with some simply beautiful scenery and unspoilt towns and countryside.
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Bay of Kotor
***** Written

MONTENEGRO, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

In our opinion this trip far exceeded expectations in terms of the geography, daily experiences, cultural and historical insights and overall quality of guiding services. We highly recommend this trip to anyone wanting to learn about this amazing part of our world.
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Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - RONGAI ROUTE

AMAZING TRIP, VERY WELL ORGANISED, WONDERFULL EXPERIENCE, CANT FAULT ANYTHING, DONT DELAY BOOK THIS TRIP WITH EXODUS, YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED.I BOOKED ON THE SOLO DEPARTURE AND EVERYONE IN THE GROUP WETE LIKE MINDED AND GREAT PEOPLE, PORTERS,COOKS AND GUIDES ARE FABULOUS, OUT OF THE 14 IN OUR GROUP ONLY 7 OF US MADE THE SUMMIT, I WAS LUCKY AND DIDNT GET ANY ALTITUDE SICKNESS, HEADACHES ETC .... ONE OF THE BEST EXPERIENCES OF MY LIFE !!!   
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Trakai Castle aerial view, Lithuania
Review posted by Andrea Shorey
***** Written

Cycle the Baltics

Cycling along the coast
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Exodus Response

We would like to thank Andrea for posting a review about her recent cycling holiday to the Baltics; we really appreciate client feedback and are working to improve the issues Andrea has raised. As this trip covers a lot of ground, some long transfers are needed, but we feel that most clients enjoy viewing the scenery on the way. The fleet of bikes is going to be replaced for next season (2015), so we expect that this will make the cycling much more enjoyable. We certainly agree that it would be good to have more picnic lunches during this trip and we will endeavour to put more emphasis on this for future departures. David Sear - Product Manager for the Baltics
Trakai Castle aerial view, Lithuania
Review posted by Grad Ruderham
***** Written

Cycle the Baltics

A good cycling trip, visiting amazing places (especially Tallinn and Riga) that was let down by the poor quality of the bikes, arriving to towns too late to visit the places of interest and inaccuracies in the trip notes.
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Exodus Response

We’re glad that Grad enjoyed his cycling trip overall, but are sorry that he didn’t feel the bikes provided were the most suitable. We have been using traditional European upright bikes for this trip which, whilst we agree may be a bit heavy, we have generally found to be suitable for the flat terrain. We are, however, looking into the bikes used on this trip. An Exodus staff member has recently joined a departure of this trip and has subsequently made recommendations about lunch stops and suggested improvements for the trip notes which we hope will benefit future clients.

David Sear - Product Manager for the Baltics
Group shot in Castrillo de los Polvazares, Spain
***** Written

CYCLE THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO

Fantastic holiday with a great group of people, enthusiastic guide, wonderful scenery, good food and comfortable hotels. This was a very special week following the last 200 miles of the Camino de Santiago. All this together with challenging and exhilirating cycling made for an unforgettable trip.
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Walking from Tijhza Gite to Anmiter, Morocco
***** Written

GET INVOLVED: MOROCCO VOLUNTEER

This was my 5th volunteer trip to Morocco and as always it was amazing.  In the initial trips the work was mainly based in Tijhza village and during these trips we painted houses for some of the poorer villagers. More recently we have helped dig irrigation channels and assisted in the building of the village water tower and hamman.  The ‘hamman project’ alone  will improve life enormously for the people in Tijhza, not only from a health and hygiene point of view but also from an economic  one as it will give employment to some of the villagers, both men and women.  It is very much a symbol of what can be achieved by people giving their time and in most cases, very basic skills and just getting out there to help.  From a long term point of view it is great to see the villagers taking ownership of some of the projects and more of them turning out to help on each trip. In the last couple of years the volunteer work has spread to another 2 villages, Tafedna and the latest one Imlil.  In Tafedna we have been working on the local school buildings and helping build a wall around a co-operative which is run by the local women.  This year was our first trip to Imlil where we helped with work on an irrigation channel.   
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Spectacular day at Machu Picchu, Peru
***** Written

THE INCA TRAIL

Asolutally superb. Great guide (Bobby) with so much local knowledge and empathy with the team. Pretty tough at times (for a slightly overweight 50 year old smoker) but manageable.
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