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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) during 2014 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!

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Number of Reviews: 8044 Overall score: *****
Locals in conical hats looking out over Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Steven Cleveland
***** Written

A journey through a beautiful country

This is a thoroughly rewarding experience through a beautiful country. Still coming to terms with the 150 years of occupation and war, the trip took us from North to South in a hectic but fascinating two week trip. You'll learn a lot about the recent history which still effects the country today. The people make this trip, from it's busy markets, the millions of scooters to the smiling children playing on the streets its hard not to be totally charmed by the place and it's culture. The country is stunning, halong bay being an obvious highlight, but the temples, pagodas, beaches, jungle and rice fields all help make this trip one of the best I've been on.
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Riding along the beach at Essaouira, Morocco
Review posted by David Tompkins
***** Written

Long, gentle ups - and hair-raising downs

Surprisingly diverse mountain landscapes and the two extremes of Morocco's coastal tourist spots (Agadir and Essaouira).
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Exodus group by Skogarfoss Waterfall, Iceland
Review posted by Kate Regan
***** Written

Cycling Southern Iceland

This is an amazing trip! You cycle through the most stunning landscape; passing ancient glaciers, rainbow filled waterfalls, and volcanos that are waiting to show their might! You see black sand beaches, puffins, the most photogenic ponies, and if you're lucky and look really carefully you might see the Icelandic elves. You can spend a week learning to pronounce Eyjafjallajökull (badly)! You feast on local salmon and lamb, and stay in guest houses with a warm welcome.
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Walkers enjoying the Galapagos landscape, Ecuador
Review posted by Margaret Keightley
***** Written

Galapagos

The Galapagos must always hold a very special place in understanding the process of evolution? It is so unspoilt and you can imagine nature at work. The walks on the island and the fantastic snorkelling add to the picture. Who would not enjoy living on the luxury 70 foot catamaran as well as the interesting talks from the guide.
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Orang-utan mother and infant, Borneo
Review posted by Tony Kempster
***** Written

Spectacular wildlife expedition, especially great for birders

Undoubtedly the most spectacular wildlife expedition I have participated in. Great leadership from Roni, wonderful real life jungle experience. Mammalian wildlife a bit thin on the ground outside of the reserves, but birdlife abounded and our top birder noted over 90 species during the trip.
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Clifford James
***** Written

Simien Mountains Trek

This was a challenging but excellent trip with so much to see and experience . For someone like myself who has suffered with altitude sickness in the past this has got to be the ideal trip as you have time to acclimatise during the course of the journey and I had no problems at any stage.
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Graham Church
***** Written

Simien Mountains Trek

I would highly recommend this trek to anyone who is looking for a challenging 10 day trek. The sstunning cenery and potential to observe in close contact the local wild life makes this a truly once in a life time experience.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Steve Jones
***** Written

A great Group tour!

Jordan has spectacular sights and friendly people, despite turmoil in the region it felt very safe.
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Priest outside the Church of Abuna Yemata, Guh, Gheralta, Ethiopia
Review posted by DE VIC CAREY
***** Written

Green Hills faraway

We came prepared for a few hiccups and certainly the interminable immigration formalities at Addis and the snails pace drive to the hotel reflected these concerns but as soon we were entrusted to the excellent care of your guide Kibrom the hiccups subsided. The first afternoon in Addis was not all that inspiring - particularly the rather sad museum, but once we got to Bahatr Dar things got moving. Gonder and the the long drive to Debark and on to Axum was not something we would have wished to miss. Magnificent walk in mountains with which we could cope. What views of green and intensive cultivation. . Axum will be more presentable when the roads are finished but what stellae when you compare with celtic Brittany, although they are not the Queen of Sheba's vintage. Then to Lalibella which lived up to expectations. Other reviewers have been a bit dismissive of the final days in the south but we felt they complimented the north - we enjoyed the birds hippos and views of their agriculture particularly the amazing polythene greenhouses which have taken much of the flower trade from these islands.
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Terraces of the Colca Canyon, Peru
Review posted by Daryl C
***** Written

Spectacular Peru

For anybody who wishes to see the sights of southern Peru this trip covers it all
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