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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.

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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: 7787 Overall score: *****
Luang Prabang, Laos
Review posted by Urvi Shah
***** Written

Mrs urvi shah

Brill holiday. Well organised by tour guide nok and other guides too gd couch trip very comfortable hotels
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
Review posted by Colin Southward
***** Written

Cycling Vietnam

Holiday of a lifetime! A well used phrase, but our cycling holiday in Vietnam was. We have canoed major rivers in Germany, France and the UK; walked in the Alps, Pyrenees, atlas mountains and throughout the UK, but nothing prepared us for what we did and saw in Vietnam. The depth and knowledge of our guide for the cycling and the history of Vietnam, the sight seeing, the villages and the cities, we couldn't believe how much we did in our two weeks. All our friends are so jealous when we show them the photos and tell them about it.
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On the Malyovitsa Ridge, Rila Mountains
Review posted by Beth Barnes
***** Written

Fantastic hiking

This was an excellent Exodus trip. Each hike was beautiful and challenging. It was interesting to hike two different mountain ranges; though unique, they both had stunning scenery and good trails. The Bulgarian food was good, and Vladimir our leader was superb. If you’re reasonably fit and love to hike, you can’t go wrong with this choice. This was our 4th Exodus trip and we had a wonderful time.
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Coquerel's sifaka, Madagascar
Review posted by Nancy Nancy
***** Written

Marvellous Madagascar!

A really varied trip with the opportunity to see several different areas of Madagascar; the gorgeous beaches, some beautiful national parks and delightful lemurs and chameleons!
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Cyclists and wild horses, Mongolia
Review posted by Alison Alison
***** Written

Grass. Sky. Yak. Horse. Goat. Bike.

Non-technical off road cycling in an amazing country. Fast hard packed dirt tracks most of the time. The trip was much more about exploring Mongolia than about biking - the pace was very relaxed but the days cycling were quite long as a result. Washing in half a bowl of cold water hidden behind the van was tricky. The group was great - local team were always smiling and helpful. Food was plentiful (four course evening meal) and Erdene did his best to accommodate our suggestions.
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Clients at Uhuru Peak, Tanzania
Review posted by Sebastian Pearce
***** Written

Kilimanjaro - Lemosho Route

12 out of 12 made it - in various states of disrepair - to the roof of Africa and down again. A fine effort, aided and abetted by excellent guides and following the often quoted 5 golden rules for Kilimanjaro. It's a shame i can only recall 4 of them but something like eat well, drink lots of fluid, go slowly, and have a positive mental attitude. I'd emphasise the latter which requires a lot of staying calm when you feel sick, trusting yourself, and finding the wherewithal to plod slowly all night up a freezing mountain when your subconscious self is telling you to pack it in and do something more sensible but less inspirational
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Elephants in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Review posted by Bonnie Burdett
***** Written

What an adventure

We had a great time and saw so many animals on our trip. Never a dull moment. Over the week we saw a total of 31 lions! We managed to see the big 5 although the Rhinos were at a great distance.
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View from Inca Chiriasqa Pass on the High Inca Trail, Peru
Review posted by Richard Seaton
***** Written

High Inca Trail

As a group of friends who have years of experience of long distance walks and challenges we chose Exodus to guide us on the High Inca Trail. I thoroughly enjoyed this trip and rate it on a par with the incredible experience of climbing Kilimanjaro. The trek was brilliantly organised by our Exodus team leader who met us at the airport, escorted us to our hotel and then showed us Cusco by night. Her knowledge and experience were excellent providing us a marvelous insight into the Inca culture and the Spanish effect on it. The High Inca trek was a testing walk but for a reasonbly fit person (I am 60 years young), it was quiet attainable. An acclimatisation walk put us in the mood to experience the ever changing and beautiful countryside and views, we visited Inca ruins of all shapes and sizes. We saw Condors soaring gracefully through blue skys on the trek and nothing can prepare you for what you feel as you walk through the sun gate. We subsequently visited a host of villages and Inca ruins, we ate at the home of a very welcoming local family on one occasion and also had time to explore on our own.
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Group at Winay Wayna on the Inca Trail, Peru
Review posted by Jill Buzzard
***** Written

Inca Trail, Lake Titicaca and Amazon Rainforest

This was a trip of a lifetime. It wasn't always easy, but we are very glad we had the experience. It was totally different to any other holiday we have ever had.
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Group of sea lions on the beach, Galapagos
Review posted by Margaret Baker
***** Written

Galápagos Islands aboard the Cachalote yacht

This is a most amazing trip for wildlife enthusiasts. I had never been so close to wildlife that was so indifferent to our presence. We were merely another non threatening species and as such were not to be feared or shunned, simply accepted. To see the bird and animal life living and behaving so naturally was a real privilege.
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