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Your Word - We tell it like it is! Holiday Reviews by previous Exodus 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: 8153 Overall score: *****
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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Review posted by Helen Frampton
***** Written

La Ruta Maya

Excellent trip, amazing culture and variation. Some long drives and not a lot of activity.
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Mountain landscape with Mt Fitzroy in Patagonia, Argentina
Review posted by Peter TOMLINSON
***** Written

Patagonian Highlights

Fantastic mountain scenery enjoyed through great walks, accompanied by perfect weather conditions of clear blue skys and warm sunshine in a part of the world where the phrase "four seasons in one day" is often used. If you like red meat you are in for a treat, medium rare cooked stakes to die for and the lamb ain't bad either. I am not used to a what appeared a joint and rake of lamb in the one dish. All washed down with plentiful amounts of exceedingly good Malbec, the good value of the wine only makes you drink more but well it is a holiday afterall. There are some long drives but to see the best of what Patagonia has to offer, it is a great way to travel. You have a long drive on day 10 and, when you get to the ferry strong winds may delay that 2km trip across the water for 2.5 hrs but don't worry, the cafe has plenty of beer. A the end of the trip back in Buenos Aires, which on its own has beautiful architecture and worth a return trip to spend a few more days enjoying the sights, a tango show is a great way to finish the trip with a great stake and more of that Malbec.
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Review posted by Becky Fawcett
***** Written

Great trip!

A great two weeks visiting three interesting countries with an amazing group of people.
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Temple, Khajuraho, India
Review posted by Michael Salter
***** Written

North India Explored

The tour was absolutely outstanding (with the exception of the 14 hour overnight train-trip from Varanasi to Jhansi - best described as somewhat challenging for seniors!). The passion, enthusiasm, organization abilities and caring nature of our tour leader, Manoj Dubey, simply added to the quality of the experience. So too did the three tigers we were fortunate enough to observe prowling and bathing in Ranthambore National Park. Northern India cannot be easily explained - it must be experienced!
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Stewart Walker
***** Written

Cycle Indochina & Angkor (16NOV14)

This was one of the best holidays i have ever had.....simple just that! The team expecially Sutinee Rasp were amazing from start to finish and nothing was too much trouble. The group were great company and we all had a fabulous time. I will be back and certainly try to do more of the trips that Sutinee does the guiding on
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Luang Prabang, Laos
Review posted by Susan Cooper
***** Written

Wonderful holiday in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia

This was a fantastic holiday - my first with Exodus. The itinerary had been thoroughly thought through. There was the right amount of time at each location, the standard of accommodation exceeded my expectations and I would recommend this holiday to all who are flexible, adventurous and understand that these countries are not as sophisticated as UK but that's all part of the expierence. I will certainly be having holidays with Exodus in the future.
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