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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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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: 7878 Overall score: *****
Pagodas in Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Mike Stewart
***** Written

Trekking in Burma, Chin Hills

The trip overall was well put together with a great balance between being active on the trekking part and also giving the opportunity to see some the iconic sites of Burma in places like Yangon and Bagan. To be taken into the Chin Hills was not all about the trek, but the cultural aspect of this was amazing, the local beliefs of the people and the tattooed women of the Chin was something I will never forget.
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Lunch stop on the trails of the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by Emma Atkinson
***** Written

Mont Blanc Circuit

A very enjoyable holiday, with great walking, scenery, food and company. Graham's cooking was exceptional, particularly his ability to cook meat and vegetable options, and rustle things up from seemingly nothing! However, this holiday isn't for the faint-hearted - the walking is indeed challenging at times, the days are long, and you have to be prepared to contribute to camp tasks (washing up, taking your own tent down etc)
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Svartifoss Waterfall in Skaftafell, part of the Vatnajokull N.P, Iceland
***** Written

Discover Iceland

This was an excellent trip . The countryside is amazing and we were able to get out an explore every day without spending too much time in the bus. Our guide and driver were very efficient, friendly and fun to be with. The accommodation was good and varied and the food was excellent. We also really enjoyed the alfresco lunches with their surprises prepared by Saja our guide,-- sometimes with our help.
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Boy with Turtle, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Mark And Hilary Carless
***** Written

Tropical Island Wanderer - Family

This is a full on trip where you feel like you've had a real taste of Sri Lanka. It ticks all the boxes - wildlife, adventure, culture, food, local life and makes you fall in love with a very beautiful country.
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Houseboats on backwaters, India
Review posted by Fiona Fiona
***** Written

Fascinating trip and introduction to India

An interesting trip that gives a real flavour of Southern India and its wonderfully warm people and culture, but be prepared for several very long travelling days.
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Toubkal Summit, Morocco
Review posted by Louise Newphry
***** Written

So lucky with the weather.

Really good value trip. Abdullah our guide was superb. The food was delicious, never had a stomach problem once . My stomach can be very sensitive. We were very luckily with the weather, no rain and pretty warm except on the top of Toubkal.
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Cyclist, old car and palm trees, Cuba
Review posted by Mark Thomas
***** Written

A good quick cycle through Cuba, avoid the crabs !

Cuban Highlights is a good leisurely trip through Cuba. The cycling itself is fun, fairly easy and the views are great, certainly the highlight being when the crabs are crossing the roads and you try to avoid them!
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Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy
Review posted by Paul Kelton
***** Written

A wwk in Tuscany

If you thought you knew Tuscany, with it's rolling hills, towering cedar trees and hilltop towns with towers, well think again. There are the hilltop towns, but there are towering mountains, rich forests and deep valleys.
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Cycling through Golden Gate N.P, South Africa
Review posted by Robert And Jan Nettleton
***** Written

Cycling Drakensberg and Kruger

The trip has a blend of cycling and other activities that provides an excellent experience of the landscapes, cultures and wildlife of the parts of South Africa that are visited. There were only three guests on our trip but we do not doubt that a larger group would have a smilar quality of holiday experience. The level of cycling confidence and fitness in our small group was quite varied, but we were all both stretched and encouraged by the leadership of the tour and all shared a sense of achievment.
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