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Number of Reviews: 8973 Overall score: *****
Cyclist, old car and palm trees, Cuba
Review posted by Philippa Browning
***** Written
Cuban Highlights Ride

Great way to experience Cuban city, coast and mountains

5
I really enjoyed this trip. It was varied and exciting, and we had an excellent guide. Cycling was an excellent way to see the "real" Cuba, getting out of the cities into the countryside. We also saw lots of interesting historical sites, and had plenty of opportunities to swim, relax and drink mojitos.
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Group of sea lions on the beach, Galapagos
Review posted by Colin Bennett
***** Written
Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Cachalote tour

5
The reality of this tour far exceeded my expectations. I elected to fly with KLM from UK. No great shakes but it was OK. The representatives who dealt with my Quito arrangements were helpful, knowledgeable and on time, greeting me on arrival and handling all arrangements of my transfer to the hotel and eventually to the Galapagos. Monserrat even obtained my TAME boarding pass for me. Gloria was a mine of information on my visit to Quito which I extended by one day. The new road from airport to hotel allows a 45 minute transfer time. The hotel Viejacuba was quaint and clean. Helpful staff always on hand, however, the promised early breakfast on the morning of my Galapagos departure did not materialise. Christina, my guide met me at Baltra airport. What a gem. At 24yrs she was an encyclopedia of local knowledge on all aspects. Fauna, flora, geology. Couple this with her customer care and enthusiasm, take my tip, tip her well. The Cachalote although not luxury, is first class. Helpful crew and good wholesome and plentiful food.(How did Pedro, the chef, perform so well?) The cabins are miniscule and, although I was lucky enough not to share, two people sharing would have to be very considerate to one another and arrange a dressing, washing and toiletry rota. Again, the crew were well worth a generous tip. The weather was hot without being unpleasantly so and, apart from a T shirt to protect from the sun, only shorts were required to swim in. Now, about the wildlife. Well, this is why I went. It is so fearless you have to take great not to bump into it, tread on it or disturb it. It is in abundance and Christina's information was boundless. Resist the temptation to touch. I came home tired but feeling totally satisfied that what I had done could not be bettered.
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Mount Kenya, Batian Peak, Kenya
Review posted by Alasdair Campbell
***** Written
Mt Kenya Ascent

A great trip to Mount Kenya

4
An excellent trek in Kenya. The scenery was great, the weather kind and the group was good fun.
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Exodus Response

We would like to thank Alasdair for his review and we are very pleased that he found the trek to be excellent. We are, however, sorry for the error and inconvenience caused in regards to his transfer; this has since been followed up with our local manager and team in Kenya. The trek on the last day starting from Old Moses Camp is currently being reworked; there is a new trail being made that will cut through the woods rather than following the road.

Emma Garrick - Trip Manager for Kenya.
Burma countryside solo cyclist, Burma
Review posted by Kaz And Nick Watson
***** Written
Burma by Bike

Cycling is the best way to see Myanmar!

5
We just returned from this cycling trip and it was excellent in every way. Cycling is definitely the best way to see this country as we were able to go places were few tourists go. Exodus have recently tweaked the itinerary and have engaged a new and very slick local team.
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Lodge with view, beneath Annapurna, Nepal
Review posted by Jane O'Brien
***** Written
Annapurna in Luxury

Book it, book it now :-)

5
This was my first adventure holiday and I was so excited that there was a danger it wouldn't live up to expectations. Well it exceeded them, and some. Such a well balanced trip, covering a range of terrains, cultures and experiences, all with superb accommodation, organisation and an immense amount of fun.
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Squirrel Monkey, Costa Rica
Review posted by Timothy Williams
***** Written
Discover Costa Rica

Discover Costa Rica

5
I went on this holiday expecting great things and this did not disappoint. The variety of wildlife was second to none. The hotels were all different and to a very good standard. The organisation was good and having two nights at each location gave you chance to experience each of the very different Eco Systems in the country. The guide Johnny was friendly, knowledgable, and went the extra mile often in his free time.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Joan Harthan
***** Written
A Week in Jordan

A Week In Jordan

5
This trip far exceeded my expectations. We were a group of 18 and within a couple of days we were one big family. I've traveled a lot but never, ever been with such an amazing group of people. Everyone got on and we laughed from the start of the holiday to the finish. The itinerary was packed full of great stuff - I did the optional Cave Dinner, Petra by Night, and Snorkeling in the Red Sea - all were great and very reasonably priced. I know some people have complained about the Petra by Night (not in my group) but I loved it. The word I used to describe it was 'sweet'. The recording of baaing lambs had us all rolling on the floor LOL It's organised by local people so don't expect a professional performance, that's not what it's about.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Lesley Miller
***** Written
A Week in Jordan

A Week in Jordan

5
This was a fabulous, exciting and varied trip made even more memorable by our great guide. Jordan is the perfect place to visit for a week - not just the rose red city of Petra but also the desert expanses of Wadi Rum and the chance to spend a night in a Bedouin tent. We covered just about everything - the Roman ruins of Jerash, the mosaics of Madaba, the Crusader castle at Karak and at full two days in the lost city of Petra with plenty of free time to wander around. For me a major highlight was the Bedouin experience - dinner lounging on divans in a Bedouin camp followed by a jeep trip across the desert and a night sleeping under the stars in another Bedouin camp. Followed by decompressing in Aqaba - fab shopping here - and finally taking in the sights of Amman. The rest of the region may be turbulent but Jordan is perfectly safe and very quiet, so it’s an excellent time to go. There were stunningly few tourists in Petra.
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