Skip to main content
Find your perfect adventure

Find your adventure

search-wrapper

Review Centre

Your Word - We tell it like it is! Holiday Reviews by previous Exodus travellers  

Here at Exodus we thrive on feedback from our customers. It's the only way we can ensure our trips continue to be the best they can be. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of the trip you're interested in, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Simply click here to search our trip reviews and start reading real feedback from real Exodus travellers who have ‘been there and done that’! Lots of our clients also like to post handy tips and advice about their travels. It’s great to know what to expect on an Exodus adventure before you go, so make the most of their experience and you’ll make the most of yours!

Haven't posted your review yet? Here's how to do it...

After you have returned from your Exodus adventure holiday you will be emailed a personalised review link. Click the link and post your review. Simple. Any feedback collected is posted straight onto our website - totally unedited.

If you have recently returned from an Exodus adventure and want to help other travellers with your feedback then simply use the link on the right hand side to post your holiday review.

Vote for your Leader!

We receive huge volumes of positive feedback from clients praising their tour leader, and we wanted to give our leaders the credit they deserve. When you return from your Exodus holiday(s) we'd like you to ponder for a minute about whether your tour leader was the 'Best of the Best'? If your leader made your trip special and managed to send you home with a huge mental grin and a newly found enthusiasm for the country or area you visited, then we would like to hear about it!

Filter review by trip
Number of Reviews: 9397 Overall score: *****
Taking a break, Julian Alps, Slovenia
***** Written
Lakes & Mountains of Slovenia

Lakes & Mountains of Slovenia

4
Slovenia is a picturesque country, whose people are warm and friendly. The mountains are not as severe as those of the Western Alps with the lower levels covered with trees so there are less traditional Alpine meadows than I expected. In my opinion this added to the scenery but it did mean having to walk up through woodland trails before getting your reward of the stunning views. Lake Bled must be a highlight of anyones trip to Slovenia but Lake Bohinj is also memorable The Pension we stopped at in Radlovijca has views of the Julian Alps including mount Triglav Slovenia's highest peak. It is within 5 minutes walk of the old part of the town with many pretty buildings and a number of restaurants.
Read full review
Taking a break, Julian Alps, Slovenia
***** Written
Lakes & Mountains of Slovenia

Lakes & Mountains of Slovenia

4
Slovenia is a picturesque country, whose people are warm and friendly. The mountains are not as severe as those of the Western Alps with the lower levels covered with trees so there are less traditional Alpine meadows than I expected. In my opinion this added to the scenery but it did mean having to walk up through woodland trails before getting your reward of the stunning views. Lake Bled must be a highlight of anyones trip to Slovenia but Lake Bohinj is also memorable The Pension we stopped at in Radlovijca has views of the Julian Alps including mount Triglav Slovenia's highest peak. It is within 5 minutes walk of the old part of the town with many pretty buildings and a number of restaurants.
Read full review
Riders heading towards the mountains
***** Written
Raid Pyrenean Coast to Coast Ride

Pyrennean RAid

5
This is a tough ride and July was hot. Despite this all of our group managed it. It was a nice group that road together on the flats and stretched on the hills. Everyone was considerate of each other. I broke my collar bone on day one which meant I was in the van most of the time.
Read full review
Juvenile gorillas smelling flowers in Bwindi NP
***** Written
Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda

Gorillas at close quarters

5
This was an excellent trip, in which siting gorillas is almost guaranteed. The chimps were great fun and boat trips with lots of game and birds to see at close quarters were excellent.
Read full review
Huli Wigmen
***** Written
Papua New Guinea - Tribal Paradise

Papua New Guinea Tribal Paradise

5
This was a most memorable trip. Searching for Birds of Paradise, meeting the different tribes' peoples and locals. Contrary to all the publicity that PNG is not a safe place I felt very safe and very welcome by the people. This is wonderful country to visit with so much to see and do.
Read full review
Walking in Provence, France
***** Written
Highlights of Provence

Highlights of Provence

5
This trip proved to be my best holiday ever !! The Exodus team are very efficient from the moment you make contact and inquiries and all the way through the trip. The Hotel Des Alpes in Greoux was a perfect place to stay; very clean, comfortable rooms, excellent ,delicious,gourmet dinners, pool to cool off after hiking. Greoux is a charming small town easy to explore on foot. It has many quaint shops and enticing restaurants. I recommend on the way back from the last hike to stop at Thermes De Greoux-Les -Bains and indulge in a spa package there. I tried the Spa Liberte for E39 which was divine. Floating in a warm clay bath to ease the muscles and soften the skin was pure bliss after a hot day of hiking.Thoroughly enjoyed all the hiking trails and was thrilled to be there to see the sunflowers and beautiful lavender in bloom. I think it is worthwhile to book your trip at this time to experience this, however if you do not feel comfortable in the hot climate another time of the year i am sure would be also memorable. A beautiful part of France that i will definitely return to.
Read full review
View of Amalfi
***** Written
Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast

3
Walk of the gods loved the walk but it was too hot, should have walked earlier in the morning when the heat was not so intense some of my fellow travellers whom were older felt ill at the end of the walk . I also felt extremely weak following walk of the gods as I did the last part of walk 12000 steps to Positano.
Read full review
Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycle Indochina and Angkor - July 205

5
A fantastic, inspirational trip, an emotional roller-coaster of pain (from the saddle sore) and extreme pleasure from the sights, culture and people you meet along the way. I would whole heartedly recommend this trip, a once in a lifetime experience.
Read full review
'Ger', traditional shelters of the nomadic herders, Mongolia
***** Written
Mongolian Adventure

Exciting Mongolian Adventure

5
Excellent trip. It was a nice mix of big city (Ulaanbaatar) and Naadam festival and countryside/desert. Well-organized and planned. Long distances travelled by Russian van, but the scenery was beautiful and very diverse, our driver Sandam made it fun, and we had a great group of people in our van. Fun staying in ger camps.
Read full review
Mountains and villages of the Dolomites
***** Written
Walking in the Italian Dolomites - Premium

Lovely Hiking Around Dobbiaco

5
Overall, a wonderful experience. We were somewhat uneasy about a centre-based trip, because if you find that the food isn’t to your liking the first couple of days it could make for a disagreeable week. We needn’t have worried, the chef at the Bellevue is top notch, making terrific use of fresh local vegetables, fruit and cheese and kept us guessing on what the menu would have to offer next. Service was consistently professional and friendly. What I liked best about the walks was the sheer variety – really no two alike, pastures, meadows, forests, boulder strewn scree fields, babbling brooks, fields brimming with wild flowers, cute hamlets, the suggested hikes had it all. The “moderate” rating is fair, though there are a few parts where a walking stick comes in handy.
Read full review

Pages

You recently looked at