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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) 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: 8503 Overall score: *****
Walking in Kerala, India
Review posted by Ulrike Novak
***** Written

Spice trails of Kerala

We had a delightful time in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, an extremely competent and enjoyable local leader, very good accommodation, food and transport. Our itinerary was changed due to adverse weather conditions with the complete agreement of the group and excellent management of the leader. We found, however, that the hiking paths were not well formed and not "moderate", but rather steeper than expected and less through spice growing areas than through tea growing areas, but breath taking anyway.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
Review posted by Kimberly Martin
***** Written

2 weeks, 3 countries, 14 cyclists

The Nicaragua/Costa Rica/Panama cycle trip is a great way to cover a lot of ground in a short time. The trip started in Nicaragua which is a beautifully, slow-paced country with lots of rolling hills. Next we cycled through Costa Rica, enjoying the wildlife, fantastic scenery and bigger hills. By the time we arrived in Panama, we were a strong team of seasoned cyclists, ready to attack the big, big hills, heat and humidity! The trip was very well organized with cycling distances and weather/elevation challenges increasing slowly every day.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Kevin Ball
***** Written

Cycle Indo-China and Angkor

A two week cycling trip through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
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Exodus Response

We would like to thank Kevin and his travelling companions (below reviews) for their reviews. We were pleased to read that they really enjoyed their trip and found Sutinee to be a great leader, and we can fully understand their shock in learning that she will no longer be leading trips for Exodus. Sutinee has been leading our trips for a number of years and we have received excellent feedback about her so the decision that has been made was not taken lightly. Whilst we are confident that it is the right decision in the circumstances, this is a hugely disappointing situation for everyone involved.
Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Heather Heather
***** Written

Cycling and more

Kerala and Tropical India by bike. What an experience. Joseph our guide made it so much more than just a cycle ride. India is such an interesting country and we were able to discover some of it without feeling like "tourists".
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Niall Campbell
***** Written

Cycle Indochina & Angkor

An absolutely superb trip, so much to see in each country - the scenery, landscape, people and culture. Visiting Angkor was amazing as was staying with a local family in the Mekong Delta.
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Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Review posted by Patricia Ferguson
***** Written

Indochina Grand Tour

What a fantastic way to get a real flavour of what the great countries of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia have to offer not forgetting a sprinkling of the flavours of Thailand
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
Review posted by Lynne Tyson
***** Written

Awesome. Best holiday ever. Just do it!

Can't praise Exodus enough. Felt like I'd been away a month we packed so much in! It was fantastic. Stunning scenery, great people, 'undulating' cycling, quiet early morning roads, water buffalo, paddy fields, mountains, hilarious nights out and on trains, sooo much good food and (occasional) beers. I've come home with so many great photos and memories and am already thinking about my next trip. The cycling was always a comfortable pace.The bus journeys, whilst long, were fine...(and I don't normally do buses). Halong Bay took your breath away.
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Views whilst walking the Singalila Ridge, India
Review posted by Barry Barry
***** Written

Darjeeling, Sikkim and Singalila Ridge

This trip consisted of six days trekking and six days touring Sikkim and Northern India finishing in Calcutta and gave superb views of the Himalayan Range.
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Nangkartshang Peak, above Dingboche, Nepal View up Chukkung VAlley to Island Peak, Nepal
Review posted by Shona Marshall
***** Written

The trip that delivered on all fronts!

The High Passes of Everest trek was the first trip of this kind that I have done and was my 50th birthday treat to myself. Although I had never experienced altitude before, and had limited walking experience, I felt that I was fit enough and determined enough to take on the challenge of what is described as a 'tough' trek. Our guides stressed the need for a steady pace in order for us to acclimatise properly and be able to cope with many hard days spent at over 5000m. I never felt any of the symptoms of altitude sickness due mainly, I believe, to proper hydration. Along with the other 14 in the group (average age 51.9), I made base camp. Only 6 of us (ave. age 56.8) managed all 5 peaks and 3 passes, so I am justly proud of accomplishing that! The main reason that so few of the group managed all peaks and passes was down to illness, although 2 in the group weren't really fit enough and seemed to want to use the trek as a weight-loss exercise! I also went to Chitwan for 2 nights at the end of the trek. This was a thoroughly relaxing way to end my holiday.
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Indian women at sacred tank, Pushkar, India
Review posted by Gordon Randall
***** Written

Colours of Rajasthan including Pushkar Fair

Well organized and we did get to see most of what we wanted to. Be very aware you have very long travel days because of the slow travel speeds for a bus, the road conditions and the distance to travel.
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