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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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Number of Reviews: 8509 Overall score: *****
Snowshoeing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Katrina Kate
***** Written

Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

A fun filled trip in a stunning part of Europe with excellent guides who made the most of the limited snow we experienced. Combining scenery, history, sightseeing and relaxing in the wellness centre, it was a lovely Christmas break.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Susannah *
***** Written

Finnish Wilderness Week

An absolutely fabulous winter adventure spent in a log cabin in the most beautiful Finnish wilderness, with plentiful and delicious local food and a good variety of interesting winter activities, this is a trip not to be missed- if you love the outdoors and adventure, book now, you will not be disappointed!
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Snowshoeing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Sarah Bennison
***** Written

snowshoeing in the Dolomites

This was my first time traxelling with Exodus and I was very impressed by the efficiency of the trip.Despite the lack of snow for snowshoeing we all had a brilliant time walking in the breathtaking scenery. It felt great to reach the summit and see some wonderful views.
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Torres del Paine at sunset, Chile
Review posted by Stephen O'Sullivan
***** Written

Discover Chile

Great way to cover a lot of the country. Not for the faint hearted. There are 5 internal flights. This means you are packing in a lot on every day and not really enough time to do any real justice. Atacama and Patagonia were must sees. The lake District was disappointing. I would recommend taking out if this stayed as a 14 day holiday and add to Patagonia and/or Atacama. However keep if ever to go to 21 days.
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Walking in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Review posted by Ayesha Khwaja
***** Written

Atlas Panorama

The stunning and varied scenery, the friendly Berber villagers, the tasty food came up to expectations and the mountain gite turned out better equipped and less basic. The days were sunny, warm (compared to home) and dry which was a lovely way to break up the winter. There was too much time in Marrakech for my liking and too little time walking compared to the trip notes and any other walking holiday I have been on, which was a bit of a disappointment.
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Mountain landscape with Mt Fitzroy in Patagonia, Argentina
Review posted by Susan Waton
***** Written

Patagonian Highlights

I had wanted to go to Patagonia for years and finally took the plunge and booked this trip - it certainly didn't disappoint! There's a lot of travelling and so much crammed into the two weeks that it flies by. The overnight stays in Buenos Aires that bookend the main activities were brilliant, and it was nice to start and finish with a blast of heat. The walking surprised me by being no more difficult than some of the longer Lake District/Scottish Munro type walks, and the gear I had was more than adequate. Food and drink were delicious and drinking tap water all the way caused no problems - Argentinian steaks, Patagonian lamb and Malbec were favourites.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Zoe Zoe
***** Written

Complete change of scene though extremely cold

Base camp Oulanka is great, with a lovely atmosphere, delicious simple food and set in a most beautiful area. I was there at the end of December and it was minus 28 and only four hours daylight a day. The equipment they lend you is top notch and the advice you get from the team is excellent. The only problem I had was keeping my feet warm. Take thick wool socks (not polyester) and wear boots that are a bit too big. Henri was a fantastic guide and everyone who worked at the place were extremely friendly and helpful.
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Group walking through rugged country, Anti Atlas, Morocco
Review posted by Frank Lane
***** Written

Undiscovered Atlas - Xmas 2014

A really good trip, thoroughly enjoyed by all members of the group. The food provided on the trek was superb, especially our Christmas dinner of roast chicken. The walking and views were superb. Although not on the itinerary we spent a night in a Barber house because of the possibility of bad weather - this mad the trip even more special. Superbly organised trip throughout with an excellent support crew. The only downside was the broken zips on many of the tents.
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