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Number of Reviews: 9588 Overall score: *****
Yurutse village, Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh, India
***** Written
Ladakh: The Markha Valley

Simon Barber's Markha Valley review

4
A trip of a lifetime! My first time in Asia - a difficult place to get around in. I was attracted by the terrain and the altitude: I'd done over 4000 m last year in Morocco (Mt. Toubkal), this year I fancied a go at 5000 m. I made it, but not with much breath to spare. An excellently organised trip but not for the faint-hearted or those with any vertigo/balance problems. The Markha valley trail is up a flash-flood prone canyon that several times a year wipes out all vestige of the old trail, and the locals valiantly hack a new one out of the loose, crumbling cliffs above the gorge. In places the track is a foot wide and the drop a hundred feet and more. Not pleasant.
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Yurutse village, Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh, India
***** Written
Ladakh: The Markha Valley

Simon Barber's Markha Valley review

4
A trip of a lifetime! My first time in Asia - a difficult place to get around in. I was attracted by the terrain and the altitude: I'd done over 4000 m last year in Morocco (Mt. Toubkal), this year I fancied a go at 5000 m. I made it, but not with much breath to spare. An excellently organised trip but not for the faint-hearted or those with any vertigo/balance problems. The Markha valley trail is up a flash-flood prone canyon that several times a year wipes out all vestige of the old trail, and the locals valiantly hack a new one out of the loose, crumbling cliffs above the gorge. In places the track is a foot wide and the drop a hundred feet and more. Not pleasant.
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Okavango Delta, Botswana
***** Written
Wildlife & Wilderness of Botswana

Wildlife & Wilderness of Botswana

5
This is an excellent holiday for people who want to get really close to the wildlife of Botswana. Seven of the 13 nights are spent wild camping right in the heart of national parks and wilderness areas. You will not only see, but hear and smell the life around you. It is a very immersive experience.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
***** Written
Cycle the Backroads of Sri Lanka

Backroads of Sri Lanka

5
The cycling was challenging due to heat, roads under construction, hills, dogs, traffic but rewarding. Beautiful diverse scenery and friendly people.
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Confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers, Belgrade, Serbia
***** Written
Balkan Discoverer

Balkan Dicoverer

4
A very enjoyable trip to 3 countries. i think the day in Bosnia Herzogovina (lunch, train ride, bridge over the River Drina and film director's villages) was not necessary and the time could have been better spent elsewhere. the rest of the trip was very good and varied.
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The 'Lost City' of Machu Picchu, Peru
***** Written
The Inca Trail

The Classic Inca Trail

5
A fantastically organised trip where every detail had been though of, planned for and executed well. The walking route was well structured to make it as simple and pleasant as possible.
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Boy surfing on the Alentejo Coast, Portugal
***** Written
Portugal Family Adventure

Portugal Family Adventure

5
We have just come back from our second holiday with Exodus (the last one being Camels and Casbahs in Morocco last year) and we have been just as pleased this time. The holiday was great fun with just the right balance of activity and downtime. The Alentejo region is absolutely stunning - rugged coastline with crashing surf, beautiful beaches and the national park was colourful and interesting. The town, Vila Nova de Milfontes, was attractive and relaxed. I didn't spot one other British person or other tourists while I was there. The restaurants were plentiful with good local food, often fish that had been caught that day. One particular restaurant was right down on the beach with fabulous views out over the sea. The Portuguese were friendly.
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