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Your Word - We tell it like it is! Holiday Reviews by previous Exodus travellers  

Here at Exodus we thrive on feedback from our customers. It's the only way we can ensure our trips continue to be the best they can be. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of the trip you're interested in, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

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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) during 2014 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: 7716 Overall score: *****
Terraces of the Colca Canyon, Peru
Review posted by Lynne Box
***** Written

Wonderful but hard work

On this trip you get to see some wonderful things but it is very tiring with lots of very early starts and long coach journeys. The days at altitude are quite draining.
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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Review posted by Dave Willetts
***** Written

Another trip of a lifetime!

Ok, so first things first, this trip isn't for you if you're not happy to travel long distances, have many early starts and put up with dust (we were there in the dry winter months), which gets into places you never realised you had. If you are happy to accept these things you will be treated to an incredible three weeks of wide open landscapes, great game viewing and friendly people. This trip is definitely a journey and whilst I found the first section from Cape Town to Namibia less interesting, at the end of the trip I was so glad it was there as it gave us a real sense of having 'travelled'.
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Walkers on Grand Balcon path, looking towards Mont Blanc, France
Review posted by Robyn Sim
***** Written

Mt Blanc Circuit

A fascinating, varied walk that is very doable if you are reasonably fit. The description of the walk on the web site is good & fits in with what you get.
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Four Masai Giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Martin Bigg
***** Written

Wildly exceeded expectations

We have just returned home having had the most amazing experiences of our lives: trekking to see mountain gorillas; white water rafting on the Nile; awoken by hippos grazing next to the tent; avoiding the determined path of elephants and rhinos, large and small; a lion eating her kill; and many, many more animals and birds. Plus we traveled with and meet great people with stories to share. This is an adventure to be undertaken before everybody else does.
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Temple in Selinunte, Italy
Review posted by Ewa Krystek
***** Written

Treasures of Sicily

This was a lovely introduction to Sicily because we travelled round the whole coast line. Though we stayed in quite a few locations it didn't feel rushed. It was varied, informative with quite a bit of time for us to explore by ourselves.We got a good feel for Sicilian culture and history, ancient and recent, formed over the centuries by all the different "visitors" to its shores.
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Soaring peaks and clear waters in the Polish Tatras, Poland
Review posted by Michelle Grist
***** Written

Enjoyable weeks walking despite the rain

The week started well with brilliant sunshine and great views but on the second day of walking the thunder clouds gathered and the rain started and the views largely disappeared. It continued on and off for the remainder of the walking. Despite this we all had an enjoyable time and the group gelled well. The walking did not seem quite as hard as stressed in the trip notes. Maybe it was because of the weather but the routes did not seem anywhere near as crowded as mentioned in some of the reviews I read before I went. It was nice to warm up and dry out in the sunshine in Krakow.
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Children and monumental gateway, India
Review posted by Terry Noctor
***** Written

Incredible India!

One of the best holidays we have had! It's a full on experience-packed adventure from start to finish.
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Lac Blanc, France
Review posted by Joan Ciastkowski
***** Written

Mont Blanc Highlights

This was my first trip with Exodus. They were well organised, helpful and friendly all the way along preparation. The chalet where we stayed was very cosy and run by an exceptionally helpful couple. The food was wonderful and the setting magic at the foot of Mt Blanc and her neighbouring mountains. The local village of Chaminoix was delightful with many restaurants. Shops were overly expensive. Daily walks were quite tough even for me an experienced trekker.... but each day was different with superb scenery.
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Exodus Response

We are delighted that Joan really enjoyed her first Exodus trip and to see the range of positive comments. We were of course concerned to read Joan’s account of the way in which the accident was handled. All tour leaders who lead this trip have an International Mountain Leader qualification and first aid training, so we are confident they have the skills to cope with accidents and emergencies. On this trip a client injured their ankle, but it was not clear to either the leader or the injured person if the ankle was sprained, twisted or fractured. In hindsight, we agree that Peter should have discussed the option of calling a helicopter and that he should have had a bandage or splint as part of his first aid kit. We have addressed both matters for the future. The hospital in Chamonix has recently been closed although the A&E department has remained open, however Peter chose to check this with his manager before taking the client there for treatment. We of course always regret any accidents on our trips and we have been in touch with the injured person. Chloe Knott - Walking & Trekking Programme Manager


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