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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.

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Number of Reviews: 8901 Overall score: *****
Indian women at sacred tank, Pushkar, India
Review posted by Alan Rushmer
***** Written
Colours of Rajasthan

Colours of Rajasthan

5
This was our first visit to India and it couldn't have gone better.The sights, smells and colours of Rajasthan will live long in the memory. we travelled long hours on the coach but this only added to the experience as there is so much to see while on the road. We had plenty of stops along the way to visit the forts and palaces that adorn this area.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Audrey Stewart
***** Written
Finnish Wilderness Week

Finnish Wilderness Week

5
This was one of the most exhilarating holidays I've been on for a long time. I only booked at the last minute which was fine because everything you need is supplied and it just means packing a few changes of clothes for the evening. Oulanka Base Camp is very cosy with really lovely staff who looked after us well - the food was exceptional and all made from fresh. The itinerary lets you try all the activities and then do them with more challenge if you want to. I opted for the additional day-long husky driving and it was wonderful to be travelling through spectacular scenery pulled by these extraordinary dogs - absolutely wonderful!
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Menara Gardens in Marrakech, with the Atlas Mountains behind, Morocco
Review posted by Janet Barker
***** Written
Marrakech, Mountains & Coast - Premium

Amazing Moroccan adventure!

5
Just back from an amazing adventure to Marrakech, High Atlas mountains & Essaouria which was the complete experience of sight, sound & smells! Each area was a special experience : Marrakech for the crazy, busy Souks & madness of Jemaa al Fina square, the stunning scenery of the mountains at Tamatert & the perfect Berber guesthouse to the relaxed beach, fishing port & Souks of Essaouria. I will never forget the mystical reverberating sounds of the call to prayer, the smells of spices & tagines or the many different sights which make up Morocco.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Christine Hill
***** Written
A Week in Jordan

AXW

3
A brilliant week, full of new experiences, Plenty of history, the many different settlers amazed us.
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Carol Merritt
***** Written
Cycling Cuba

Cycle Cuba

5
Absolutely fabulous trip! If you are considering booking, don't hesitate you will love it. Cuba is totally unique and I feel privileged to have cycled Cuba before it changes. A full itinerary, combining cycling through vibrant Havana, small villages with very friendly people, alongside sugar plantations and even forest trails with crabs! A real mixed bag with lots of variation and even offered visits to museums with history briefings and a couple of chances to visit clubs and sample salsa. Laz was an excellent guide and one of the best I have experienced with Exodus.
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Indian women at sacred tank, Pushkar, India
Review posted by Fiona Newton
***** Written
Colours of Rajasthan

Colours of Rajasthan

5
This was our first trip with Exodus and we were thrilled with our visit to India. The trip was very well organised and each day carefully planned so no time was wasted. A large area was covered, so there was quite a lot of time on the bus, but many stops en route (such as watching brick builders) and the sights along the way added to the experience. Besides the amazing temples, forts and other monuments we visited, there were still plenty of chances to learn about and experience life in Rajasthan.
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Beautiful Cala Deia, Mallorca, Spain
Review posted by Malcolm Holdsworth
***** Written
Walking in Mallorca

Walking in Mallorca = code TST

5
An excellent holiday. Great guide, lovely walks and a good group. Walking 6 continuous days was enough but you are free to have a rest day or two if you want. Weather was perfect for walking - mainly sunny but not hot. Walks were very varied and the scenery was beautiful. Very well organised.
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Convent Santa Catalina, Arequipa, Peru
Review posted by Helen Shead
***** Written
Essential Peru

Just amazing Essential Peru!

5
This trip covered a lot of ground (mostly by aircon bus with a loo) allowing a taste of the different environments Peru has to offer. Coastal wildlife (sealions and penguins) desert mysteries (Nazca), mountain/ cloud forest civilisation (Machu Picchu) and Lake living (Titicaca). With a bit of 'city' life and shopping thrown it to tempt. The scenery never disappoints and changes by the hour.. and we had amazing weather too! A well planned route to help with altitude acclimatisation.
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