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Number of Reviews: 11182 Overall score: *****
Walking in the Sierra de las Mamblas, Spain
***** Written
Secret Trails of Medieval Spain

A Great Trip!

5
Having enjoyed travelling with Exodus several times now, we were certainly not disappointed this time - this trip was one of the best. Covarrubias has a charming small medieval town centre, and the hotel is well-situated in the old part where limited traffic access meant it was very peaceful. The hotel was very comfortable and the meals good - substantial breakfasts and varied dinners (with wine provided). Our host, Eloy, looked after us very well. The walking matched the grade very well for us - 17-20 km walks with leisurely 9.30am starts, and usually ending back at the hotel between 4pm and 5pm - in time for a relaxing beer or two afterwards under the shady trees in the square. The climbs were often gradual, with just a few steep pinches; but the views from the top were well worth the effort. The maximum climbing in one day was 450m (not all at once though). We often had quite hot weather (up to 33°C), but as a lot of the climbs were in the morning, often in partial shade, this wasn't too bad. Rucksacks were a bit heavy though, with up to 2 litres of water, packed lunch and the precautionary waterproofs etc. The main effect of the hot weather was some sore feet after long descents on stony paths - very comfortable boots are needed for such conditions. All but one of the walks started from the hotel, taking us quickly into the lovely countryside. The vast expanses of wild flowers were an unexpected bonus (we thought they'd be over by June). All the walks took in different views and terrain, and were planned to allow for plenty of opportunities to stand and stare, take photos and enjoy leisurely elevenses and lunch. The villages were interesting, if rather quiet. The free day spent in Burgos was worthwhile. The cathedral is spectacular, and the town centre very pleasant to wander around, especially by the river. For a more relaxing day it's worth sharing a taxi to return to Covarrubias late afternoon rather than taking the regular 1pm bus.
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***** Written
Walking in Tuscany

Walking in Tuscany

5
This was our fifth Exodus trip and certainly one of the best. It is a beautiful area, off the beaten track with fabulous walking. The accommodation at Braccicorti is simple but the food and wine were great and the family incredibly hospitable.
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***** Written
Cycling Cuba

Cycling Cuba

5
It was just awesome. The best way to really appreciate Cuban culture. We had the best guide, knowledgeable, resourceful, skilled and experienced not to forget funny.
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Kilimanjaro; the Rongai route
***** Written
Kilimanjaro: Rongai Route & Safari

Pain is temporary, pride is forever!

5
I treated myself to this trip to celebrate my 60th birthday, i expected it to be the biggest challenge of my life and to be the most fantastic trip of my life. I was not disappointed in either respect. The mental and physical challenges in getting to the top of Kilimanjaro are some of the toughest you will encounter, unless you are an extreme sports nut or experienced technical climber. Personally I am just an ordinary Joe who keeps reasonably fit by walking a lot. I really enjoyed the whole experience and nobody can ever take away the sense of achievement that I felt on reaching Uhuru peak.I was practically in tears, a reaction that is not uncommon according to our guide. The safari part of the trip after the trek was a great way to come back down to earth before returning to mundane normality.
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***** Written
Bulgaria: Rodopi Mountains

Rodopi Mountains

5
Excellent trip walking in the mountains and meadows of the Rodopi mountains. Lovely family run hotel with exellent food - very welcoming. We had a very peaceful and relaxing time in Yagodina and the walks were lovely - especially the time spent in the beautiful wildflower meadows.
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***** Written
Cycle Cilento & the Amalfi Coast

Fantastic Tour

5
Great week of cycling. Our guide was excellent - his knowledge of the area was extensive and it was interesting to hear the history of sites we were visiting. The scenery was unbelievable.
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***** Written
Walking The Amalfi Coast

A lovely place

4
The area, walks, weather and ambiance were great. I felt the hotel food and wine was below par - overcooked vegetables (grown by the family), not hot enough and a tired, dated menu. Not Italian food as you know it; although some of the dishes were great (eg the fish), most of it was a bit institutional.
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***** Written
Hidden Treasures of Jordan

Hidden Treasures of Jordan

5
We were certainly not undersold by this adventure, it allowed us to enjoy the desert scenery along the highways travelled, eating watermelon while watching the sun set in the Wadi Rum, explore historic and archaeological treasures until we were on historic overload, it allowed us to meet absolutely wonderful travel companions and eat absolutely wonderful local dishes. Accommodations were comfortable to very comfortable. Breakfasts were adequate, with most of our meals being excellent. Our transport was very comfortable and the local driver was excellent.
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