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Number of Reviews: 8936 Overall score: *****
Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Carol Merritt
***** Written
Cycling Cuba

Cycle Cuba

5
Absolutely fabulous trip! If you are considering booking, don't hesitate you will love it. Cuba is totally unique and I feel privileged to have cycled Cuba before it changes. A full itinerary, combining cycling through vibrant Havana, small villages with very friendly people, alongside sugar plantations and even forest trails with crabs! A real mixed bag with lots of variation and even offered visits to museums with history briefings and a couple of chances to visit clubs and sample salsa. Laz was an excellent guide and one of the best I have experienced with Exodus.
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Indian women at sacred tank, Pushkar, India
Review posted by Fiona Newton
***** Written
Colours of Rajasthan

Colours of Rajasthan

5
This was our first trip with Exodus and we were thrilled with our visit to India. The trip was very well organised and each day carefully planned so no time was wasted. A large area was covered, so there was quite a lot of time on the bus, but many stops en route (such as watching brick builders) and the sights along the way added to the experience. Besides the amazing temples, forts and other monuments we visited, there were still plenty of chances to learn about and experience life in Rajasthan.
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Beautiful Cala Deia, Mallorca, Spain
Review posted by Malcolm Holdsworth
***** Written
Walking in Mallorca

Walking in Mallorca = code TST

5
An excellent holiday. Great guide, lovely walks and a good group. Walking 6 continuous days was enough but you are free to have a rest day or two if you want. Weather was perfect for walking - mainly sunny but not hot. Walks were very varied and the scenery was beautiful. Very well organised.
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Convent Santa Catalina, Arequipa, Peru
Review posted by Helen Shead
***** Written
Essential Peru

Just amazing Essential Peru!

5
This trip covered a lot of ground (mostly by aircon bus with a loo) allowing a taste of the different environments Peru has to offer. Coastal wildlife (sealions and penguins) desert mysteries (Nazca), mountain/ cloud forest civilisation (Machu Picchu) and Lake living (Titicaca). With a bit of 'city' life and shopping thrown it to tempt. The scenery never disappoints and changes by the hour.. and we had amazing weather too! A well planned route to help with altitude acclimatisation.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
Review posted by Edward Helps
***** Written
Cycling Vietnam

Cycling Vietnam Holiday

5
This trip provided a wonderful insight into life in Vietnam and took me from one modern city, Saigon in the south to another, Hanoi in the North. I learnt about the history, culture and the people and travelled on a train and three different types of bot. The cycling not only enabled me to improve my fitness, overcome personal challenges but also allowed me to get 'up close' to the people and wildlife in this beautiful country.
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Trekking in Andalucia, Spain
Review posted by Denise Read
***** Written
Walking in Andalucia

Walking in Andalucia

4
A great walking trip with leisurely walks through the beautiful Andalucian countryside. Each walk had different elements with ample time to stop and admire the views. The guide, Alexis, was pleasant, well informed and knowledgeable about the area. He spoke excellent Spanish and liaised with the local people throughout our trip, ensuring that the needs of the group were wholly met. The staff at the cortijo were welcoming and the atmosphere was informal and relaxed - perfect at the end of a days walking. The food was excellent throughout the stay. The swimming pool is quite small but adequate for a refreshing dip at the end of the afternoon. I had a super time with my fellow walkers and have returned with many happy memories.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Munira Jeewanjee
***** Written
Discover Burma

Discover Burma

5
I'd call it "surprising" Myanmar. Expected the country to be quite tropical but before the monsoon, in March, it was hot and dry . Surprised to see cotton and wheat fields, that tofu is made from other beans besides soya, that fibre can be made from a lotus plant. Surprised to find out that there were hardly any cars in the country till a few years ago. The food there is quite oily and deep fried food is popular and eaten even at breakfast time, yet the people are not fat.
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