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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.

Simply click here to search our trip reviews and start reading real feedback from real Exodus travellers who have ‘been there and done that’! Lots of our clients also like to post handy tips and advice about their travels. It’s great to know what to expect on an Exodus adventure before you go, so make the most of their experience and you’ll make the most of yours!

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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) 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: 8972 Overall score: *****
Squirrel Monkey, Costa Rica
Review posted by Susan Parsons
***** Written
Discover Costa Rica

Highlights of Costa Rica

We drove some 1,300 miles (or was it kilometres?) in two weeks, travelling every second day so quite a lot of time was spent on the bus albeit with regular stops. The country is very varied with distinct geographical zones.
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Valley of the Temples,  Agrigento
Review posted by Meiling Aw
***** Written
Treasures of Sicily

Treasures of Sicily Review

Great, comprehensive trip covering most of Sicily. From walking on Mt Etna, to sampling the best seafood, wine and coffee in charismatic historical towns dotted all around the island, it was definitely a trip to write home about!
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Lake Gosainkund, Nepal
Review posted by Mark Smith
***** Written
Langtang & Gosainkund

Variety and Views

A tougher than expected trek, but it takes you on a journey through terraces, woodland, forests, scrub and snow to show you the various landscapes and habitats Nepal has to offer. This is a fantastic and rewarding trek and I recommend it.
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Approaching Amalfi, Spain
Review posted by Timothy Swain
***** Written
Cycle Cilento & the Amalfi Coast

Cycling the Amalfi Coast

A splendid cycling trip that really benefited from being undertaken as part of a group and with a leader. The 'group' effect is good to keep you going when you may otherwise flag, and the leader, with extensive local knowledge, takes you places that you would otherwise never find.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Barry Tylee
***** Written
Land of the Tiger

Land of the Tiger

Tigers are illusive animals in the middle of what can be a very large area, but they have habits. These habits are known by the spotters, so given a bit of luck you may well see one or more if there are cubs. Patience and understanding is required when seeking out these majestic animals. It does not come easy but the rewards when one breaks cover or is found at a water hole is just simply fantastic. Along the way you will come across some of the most beautifully coloured birds. There are lots of other animals/ predators which roam the tree and Bamboo lined grounds, you might see a kill or a carcase. This is life in the National Parks of India.
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