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Number of Reviews: 8514 Overall score: *****
Squirrel Monkey
Review posted by Nicola Ward
***** Written

Mrs Nicola Ward

This was a very good trip. We had a very nice group of like minded people, an excellent tour leader, beautiful varied scenery, very nice lodges and so much to see in the way of animals, birds and plants. The included meals were all very good and the walks were not too long. I am so glad I went. Another great Exodus trip.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Allan And Gill Edgcumbe
***** Written

A wonderful week far from the madding crowd at Base Camp OulankaY

A really enjoyable week, full of adventures and learning new skills like snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, wilderness skills such as fire lighting, first aid and building and sleeping in a snow hole (quinzee), and also riding on a snowmobile and dogsledding. It is a great idea to provide a number of optional things to do, in addition to the basic itinerary, so that we could tailor the activities we wanted to take part in according to our wishes.
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Review posted by Elizabeth Brasher
***** Written

La Ruta Maya

This trip more than lived up to expectations. The Mayan sites are breathtaking, the scenery in places stunning, and the programme very varied - including wildlife spotting, snorkelling, etc, as well as the historical sites. There is a lot of driving, and some early starts, but it's not arduous.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Celia Harrison
***** Written

Cycling three countries

Cycling trip starting in Thailand via Cambodia to Vietnam. Culture stops at Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh and Saigon. The cycling was back to front with long distances at the start of the trip when I (this was only me, I think!) was struggling to adjust to the high (37 degree) temperatures. It was always possible to stop riding and take the bus, but I didn't feel good about it. I did enjoy the trip immensely once I'd acclimatised and loved the stops at Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh and Saigon. The quality of hotels in these places was really good, too. Would do this trip again in a heartbeat.
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Norman Maudsley
***** Written

Simen Mountains Ethiopia - 10days Camping

Just back from a seriously good trekking & camping holiday taking in the Simen Mountains in Northern Ethiopian. Filled all my expectation of a cultural trekking holiday. To enjoy the trek you must be physically fit and used to a multy day regime with early starts hot days and possibly cold nights for this Challenging graded holiday.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Steve Platt
***** Written

Fantastic Finland Wilderness Week

A fantastic week. Great team at the hotel made us feel very welcome. Maarti was a great guy and everyone was always smiling. Anika v helpful too. Good food (thanks Teddy) and great mixture of activities. Lovely location about 100 metres walk down to the (frozen) lake. Cabins were always warm with heated floor in the bathroom meaning you could dry things out or warm things up. It was obviously pretty cold but the gear provided mostly kept you warm, except toes on the husky trips.
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Burma countryside solo cyclist, Burma
Review posted by William William
***** Written

John Hayes

A great experience facilitated by a very good local crew. It's really a tour of the cultural highlights of Burma joined together with cycle rides - sometimes there were too many places to visit and not enough time on the bike. The itinerary was overambitious at times and the trip could be improved with a little judicious pruning. I blog and a more extensive review can be found at -
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Mountain landscape with Mt Fitzroy in Patagonia, Argentina
Review posted by Thomas Jennings
***** Written

Recommended but lots of driving

All in all, a good way to get orientated with a highlights reel of southern Patagonia's best bits. Which are surely right up there with the world's most spectacular scenery. Be aware, however, that in an area as huge as Patagonia, there are some seriously long drives required to get between the various scenic hotspots and not a great deal of free time between. Although these journeys never seemed to drag too badly due to the epic scenery passing by outside the bus windows and were offset by the days hiking in various National Parks. All in all, a really good trip.
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Pagodas in Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Peter Ritchie
***** Written

Myanmar - November 2014

An excellent trip - and now is the time to go before it gets too busy. The trip was a good combination of trekking and sightseeing. The trekking area was well off the tourist trail and we saw very few other trekkers.
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Exodus Response

We are very sorry that Peter was not provided with a mattress during the trek. We have since investigated why this happened and regrettably it transpires that there was a miscommunication in destination; our local team have resolved this and we are confident that going forward mattresses will always be provided; we are sorry for the discomfort caused.

Megan Devenish - Trip Manager for Burma


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