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Number of Reviews: 8935 Overall score: *****
Japanese macaques (snow monkeys) at Jigokudani Hot Springs, Yudanaka
Review posted by Helen Jones
***** Written
Ancient & Modern Japan

A wonderful introduction to Japan [Ancient and Modern]

5
This trip balanced history with ultra-modern culture. At one point, I started the day with a traditional bath at our ryokan, then we visited the snow monkeys and by evening we were in the centre of Tokyo's night life. The last week of March was cherry blossom time in Kyoto but early April was too late for most of the blossom in Tokyo: I guess you can't have everything! Also bear in mind Mount Fuji's modesty: I've now visited Japan twice but haven't caught the slightest glimpse.
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Japanese macaques (snow monkeys) at Jigokudani Hot Springs, Yudanaka
Review posted by Helen Lewis
***** Written
Ancient & Modern Japan

A great introduction to Japan

4
This is an excellent introduction to Japan. The days are quite busy but not excessively so and there is a good balance of free time to do your own thing. I found the balance of time in most places to be spot on and there is a good mix of big cities and smaller places. The group size at 18 is too large especially for a tour which is all by public transport. Japan was wonderful - if in doubt go!
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Exodus Response

We were delighted to read that Helen had an excellent holiday, however we regret that she found the size of her group to be rather large. Exodus has recently agreed on a policy change not to exceed the group sizes stated in our literature other than in exceptional cases and we hope this will avoid future client disappointment.

Megan Devenish - Trip Manager for Japan
Mud baths, Nha Trang, Vietnam
Review posted by Richard Kelly
***** Written
Chopsticks & Coconuts

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4
This was an amazing trip for us, our 12 year old son had a great time and I am sure there is no way we could have possibly covered the variety of sights and activities independently in 2 weeks. The schedule was busy and we really enjoyed the pace and variety. There was a good balance between group activity and excursions and time on our own. Having pools at every hotel was a real bonus as the kids loved having free time to play.
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Flying over Kicker Rock, Ecuador
Review posted by Mary Simmons
***** Written
Galapagos Wildlife Cruise

AWESOME!

5
If you have ever dreamed of going to the Galapagos, then don't hesitate in booking this trip. It was truly awesome. The West side of the Islands were quieter, so less likely to see other boats. There is a lot of snorkelling which was truly amazing and we stayed in the water for as long as we wanted most times. Captain/Guide were very flexible and if weather/landings weren't in our favour, they would make sure we had other options so we got the most out of seeing as much wildlife as possible.
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Pedalling in the fishing village of Marzamemi, Italy
Review posted by Timothy Greg
***** Written
Cycling in Sicily

Cycling in Sicily

3
Good trip, well organised, easy going helpful leader and support staff. No permanent cycling back- stop meant a few of the group got a bit lost an a couple of occasions. Very good choice of Hotels and food everywhere. Hotel in Syracuse needs finishing off !!!
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Albania
Review posted by Sarah Bynum
***** Written
Cycling in Albania

Be challenged and inspired amid jawdropping scenery. Even if you're not an athlete........

5
This was a trip that surpassed my expectations. I am not terribly athletic and i was concerned about the cycling but in the end I managed well and the bus was there to help at the hardest bits....It combined stunning scenery, fascinating history, a friendly group that gelled together under the care of exemplary guides.
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Walking in Kerala, India
Review posted by Jeremy Brady
***** Written
Spice Trails of Kerala

Spice Trails of Kerala

5
A good introduction to trekking. Good that it was followed with a range other ativities in the second week, which made it feel longer that a 14 day holiday. Call me fussy but a hotel with a pool would have been good at some point - it was hot!
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