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Number of Reviews: 9797 Overall score: *****
Acropolis, Athens, Greece
Review posted by Jacqui Cottom
***** Written

Cycling in nGreece

This was a most amazing trip filled with beautiful scenery, Greek archaeology and fantastic Greek food and traditions. The cycling was quite challenging (for me because I find hills difficult!!!) although I didn't have to get off and walk or push so it was 'do'able. However, the reward at the top o...
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Walking in Tuscany, Italy
Review posted by Andrew Baker
***** Written

Walking in Tuscany

An excellent trip with breath-taking scenery in a quiet corner of Tuscany. Food simple, plentiful and very tasty.
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Humpback Whale tale fluke, South Africa
Review posted by KIM Payne
***** Written

Brilliant Experience

The Western Cape area of South Africa was so different to my first experience in the Kruger area. Outstanding scenery, well organised, fairly easy cycling, homely accommodation. The only negative would be the food and wine was INCREDIBLE so there is no chance of weight loss on this trip!
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Makoros on the Okavango Delta, Botswana
Review posted by Jennifer Baird
***** Written

September 2013 Botswana

A terrific trip to explore the wonders of Botswana. Fantastic wildlife sightings with wild dogs, 6 leopards and honey badgers topping the list but also saw: elephant, lion, giraffe, zebra, impala, buffalo, kudu, sable, warthog, hippo, wildebeast, monkey, baboon, steenbok, lechwe, crocodile, water m...
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Group on camels, Merzouga, Morocco
Review posted by Christine D'Souza
***** Written

HIGHLIGHTS OF MOROCCO

Overall this trip is a great way to see the variety of Morocco is a short space of time. We visited a couple of cities in the north, the desert, gorge, mountains, seaside - all very different and interesting.

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Exodus Response

Thank you for your valued feedback. Re your experience in Fes I would like to point out that the pottery, weaving and metalwork stops are not intended as shopping stops. They are included in the itinerary as many of our clients like to learn about local industries and are intended more of an insight into this than an opportunity to shop.

With regards to the eating arrangements Exodus always ensures that the leader facilitates a group meal at a reputable restaurant however there is certainly no obligation to join the meal. We apologise if this wasn’t made clear to you and are following up with the leader to ensure this is communicated this in the future.

In reference to the facilities at the hotel in Meknes, these are now in the process of being upgraded. Electric heaters are being installed in all rooms so they should be much warmer and reduce any risk of damp. In reference to the sinks at the Kasbah Oliver, the gite has deliberately not installed too many. Due to the remote location of the gite (in a mountainous village high in the Atlas Mountains) water is a precious resource and by reducing the number of sinks there we find people tend to think more about how much water they are consuming. There are however 4 sinks available for a group of 16 and 2 showers which we have previously found to suffice for the group. The heating of the water can sometimes be an issue, as this is heated via solar panels. These too are in the process of being upgraded, with the hope of excess electricity being produced and sold back to the national grid, a positive contribution to the local economy of Tijhza.

We are discussing your comments with our local operator and would like to thank you for your comments.

Simon Clifford - Morocco Product Manager
Bobsledding in Lillehammer, Norway
Review posted by Alan Staniforth
***** Written

LILLEHAMMER BOBSLED WEEKEND

Bob sledging and tobogoning was brilliant. As this is the first time exodus has run this trip since 2008. I think that some thought needs to be done on filling up time from activities no longer included from 2008. As this was sold as an adrenalin filled weekend we found ourselfs sitting around a ...

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Bobsledding in Lillehammer, Norway
***** Written

LILLEHAMMER BOBSLED WEEKEND

Bob sledging and tobogoning was brilliant. As this is the first time exodus has run this trip since 2008. I think that some thought needs to be done on filling up time from activities no longer included from 2008. As this was sold as an adrenalin filled weekend we found ourselfs sitting around a ...

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Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Richard Bowie
***** Written

Dobbiaco

Once again I returned to this centre after many holidays here , as usual being welcomed as an old friend of the hotel family and staff . There are so many varied day tour routes to ski , the public transport is excellent and the scenery is so spectacular . Snow conditions are almost always good and...
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