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Number of Reviews: 8506 Overall score: *****
Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Richard Bowie
***** Written

Dobbiaco

A location which I have visited into double figures ! This was the first time there was no snow on the small town on arrival . Despite this , we were able to ski every day thanks to the tremendous work that had been done to line many kilometres of loipe with manmade snow . Additionally we were able to visit new "pastures " to vary our skiing experiences .
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Lalbagh Fort, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Review posted by Peter Rogerson
***** Written

Discover Bangladesh - January 2015

I had an absolutely wonderful time on this trip, it was a real unexpected treat. I had looked at the trip initially due to the Sundarbans cruise, and loved India, and thought it looked interesting, but it surpassed all my expectations simply because of the wonderful Bangladeshi people. Although I received a few blank looks from people when I told them I was visiting Bangladesh, I'm so pleased I chose it and I hope it becomes a more popular travel destination, as it has so much to offer. The trip notes suggest that the people make the trip, and our guide suggested this would be the case on the first night, but I hadn't appreciated how true this would be. They are quite simply the nicest, friendliest, warmest and generous people you will ever meet, and everyone will take away from it experiences of their own that can't be captured in any of the travel literature or trip notes. It is also a photographers dream, as everything is so busy, colourful and the people so willing to have their photos taken (and of course to take photos of you too). The tourist infrastructure is still developing, but that is surely part of the charm of discovering new destinations as you are never experiencing the cynicism of people used to a procession of tourists - it seemed we were a real novelty in many parts of the country. Given the country's turbulent past, and reputation as a rather disaster prone region, to see it as it is now, a vibrant and growing country looking to the future with great optimism and good humour was wonderful and I would certainly love to return some day.
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Clients on camels among sand dunes, Sahara Desert, Morocco
Review posted by Yvette Yvette
***** Written

Rock the Kasbah!

From riding camels into the desert, to walking in the mountains; from experiencing the excitement and chaos of Marrakesh to the unspoilt villages - this was a true taste of Morocco made special by an exceptional group of travellers and a thoughtful and engaging local guide, Lahcen Azilal.
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Chamonix Snowshoe, France
Review posted by Sharon Chollet
***** Written

Mont Blanc Snowshoe Week

Just back from enjoyable week of Snowshoe walking with an excellent group of people. A week of good walking, good company, excellent food and stunning scenery.
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Mitre Peak in Milford sound, New Zealand
Review posted by Dolores Rice
***** Written

Trails of New Zealand

The Trails of New Zealand tour was, in my opinion, a well planned itinerary as we saw the highlights of this beautiful country, both North and South Island.
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Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Sue Pemberton
***** Written

Cross country skiing, Dobbiaco

This was my 6th trip to Dobbiaco in January and the first with very little snow. Thanks to research by our leader prior to the trip and impressive efforts by the locals to create and extend loipes, we were able to enjoy a full week's programme of skiing.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Andrew Hewitt
***** Written

Sightseeing and cycling with few hills

This trip provides good balance between cycling and sightseeing. The cycling is mostly on the flat, with no real hills to speak of, and at manageable distances with regular snack breaks, at least every 10 to 20km or so - if you are averagely fit it won't be highly challenging, though there are a couple of longish days towards the start. The sights are really worth seeing though - Angkor Wat being the obvious highlight. Ho Chi Minh City is also a great place to visit - it is changing so fast!
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Robert Robert
***** Written

Land of the Tigers

A trip that I would recommend to anyone that enjoys wildlife unless they have back problems (it is impossible to avoid the pot holes in the Indian roads)
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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Review posted by Jay Howard
***** Written

This trip is safari camping at its best

Having read most (if not all) of the previous reviews I was very glad that I did as most things that would be encountered on this trip were covered by those that went before so I would advise anyone thinking of this trip to take a few minutes to read the many previous reviews. However, I hope my list (below) of tips to those that follow will be of some help.
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A break with a view on Evia, Greece
Review posted by Tara Moss
***** Written

Evia Waters

The trip started with sunshine, and a first walk, then the weather turned to rain and snow, covering the beautiful mountains. Excellent guide, re-planning routes, taxis, lunch menus and venues to enable us to continue walking. Food and service was amazing and plentiful. Scenery lovely. Company excellent. BA troublesome but guide and Exodus made the troubles dissipate.
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