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Number of Reviews: 7710 Overall score: *****
A break with a view on Evia, Greece
Review posted by Helen Davey
***** Written

Average holiday only!

I booked this holiday with the thought there would be 5-7 hours of walking and this would be less than I normally walk, which I was quite happy with. However, this is not the case and it is the day length which is 5-7 hours maximum. Although the guide is enthusiastic about the island (and it is beautiful) there were far too many stops to impart local knowledge / history for my taste, with some stops lasting well over 20 minutes and not coordinated with lunch for example. If you are en experienced and fit walker capable of easily walking anything up to 18-19 miles i.e. constant 9 hour walking days then this probably isn't the right holiday for you.
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Exodus Response

We would like to thank Helen for her comments, although we are sorry that the walking wasn’t as challenging as she had hoped. Having reviewed the duration and distance of the walks we are confident that they are consistent with the moderate classification of this trip, but when the itinerary is reviewed at the end of the season we will certainly take Helen’s feedback into consideration.

Claire Daniel - Product Manager for Greece
Walking in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Review posted by Dennis McWilliams
***** Written

Peaks and Valleys of the Atlas June/July 2014

I can recommend this trek. It was my first trek and my first time camping for over 55 years. I found the whole experience a bit of a challenge at times but great fun, and a wonderful experience. The pace was fine. I was rarely out of breath. None of us suffered any altitude problems. The guide was superb in every way, as were his assistant, cook, and muleteers. The group were excellent company and supportive of each other. The food was great.
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Children and monumental gateway, India
Review posted by Michele Ward
***** Written

Taj, temples and tigers

What a fabulous experience for myself and my 12 year old son. A great mixture of hectic city and relaxing times e.g bird santuary and tiger park. Exodus looked after us brilliantly, nothing was too much trouble to ensure that the children had a great, memorable time. Dinesh, our tour leader even allowed us fireworks during our desert stay at Pushar. We saw 3 tigers at Ranthambore on our first drive. We were first at the Taj Mahal to get the best photos before the tourist arrived. My son cried when Dinesh left us at Delhi airport for our flight home. India is not the easiest place to tour and pulls on your emotions and values in many different ways - but wouldn't have missed it for the world.
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Japanese macaques (snow monkeys) at Jigokudani Hot Springs, Yudanaka
Review posted by Stephen Cant
***** Written

Temples, Trains and T'cherry Blossom

An absolutely brilliant introduction to Japan: Plenty of time to see Kyoto and Tokyo as well as sampling the delights of the Japanese alps in Spring. And, of course, the cherry blossom. We went in April and hit it just right. We experienced ancient Japanese culture with an array of stunning temples and modern Japan where the simple phrase "Shopping" cannot do justice to the experience that is the Ginza (and other parts of Tokyo) on a Saturday. Nearly all the travelling on this trip is by train - which I thought was fantastic. Bullet trains and little narrow gauge jobs up in the mountains - and ALL of them we spot on time. Staying in Royokans was interesting - if a little challenging to my aging joints - and pretty basic but it's worth the effort for the experience and the hot tubs.
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Santa Catalina Monastery, Arequipa, Peru
Review posted by Tracy Lissenden
***** Written

peru

I thought my trip to peru was very organised. You are very well looked after. Lots of detailed information. The tour guides very happy to answer all questions. Would recommend exodus to friends. Very enjoyable.
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Locals in conical hats looking out over Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Colin Billings
***** Written

Vietnam Adventure

A complete tour of Vietnam from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, including Halong Bay , Hue, Hoian and a homestead stay in the Mekong Delta.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Rachel Fraser
***** Written

Finnish Wilderness Week

Exceeded my expectations - accommodation, food, staff, activities and facilities were all excellent.
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Nearing the summit of Mt Olympos, Turkey
Review posted by Michael Tuke
***** Written

Walking the Lycian Way

A lovely walk along the southern Turkish coast part by the sea and part inland. Walking was mostly easy. We stayed in some local peoples homes which was interesting. On the rest day we hired a boat which took us to some lovely bays were we could swim. Local food was very enjoyable.
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Northern Lights explosion, Iceland
Review posted by John Heyward
***** Written

Iceland Northern Lights

For a short exposure to the spectacular volcanic and glacial scenery of Iceland, and the opportunity dependent on conditions to see the Northern Lights, this Exodus trip takes some beating. As always, weather conditions will influence the experience, but sharing with a small but similarly interested group and a quality guide serve to enhance the enjoyment factor.
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