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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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Number of Reviews: 7871 Overall score: *****
Walking in Tuscany, Italy
Review posted by Sue Haseltine
***** Written

Walking in Tuscany

This was a great trip! Brilliant food, fantastic guiding, beautiful walking, a lovely place to stay and fabulous mountains to explore. I didn't realise this part of Tuscany was so mountainous and that really surprised me. The walks were gorgeous but be prepared for 600metres or more of ascent most days, sometimes more over varied, sometimes rough terrain. The wide open views at the top though are well worth the climb up!
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Terraces of the Colca Canyon, Peru
Review posted by Janeen Lillas
***** Written

Essential Peru

This was a component of my 6 weeks in Peru. It was long drives in the bus but you got to see the countryside of a Peru in detail. I felt like this was explained and I was prepared however some other people found the bus travel too long.
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Kids trekking in Ladah, India
Review posted by Clair Morris
***** Written

Little Tibet & the Himalaya

An exceptional trip filled with adventure, beauty, culture and amazing people! Fantastically organised with children in mind. We took our 9-year-old son and I wasn't sure what to expect in terms of organisation for him but I needn't have worried! There were plenty of breaks and stops to make sure he was okay and the Ladhaki people adore children, which was great wherever we were.
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View from Inca Chiriasqa Pass on the High Inca Trail, Peru
Review posted by David Shelton
***** Written

Great Trip

This trek has everything from fantastic views through to some hard climbs and strenuous days. However, if you can do Everest base camp and Kilimanjaro you can certainly cope with this trek although you have to respect the altitude just as with the other trips. There is a good blend of other activities (particularly Cusco) with the trek, the high point (literally) of which is getting to the top of Dead Woman's Pass and arriving at the Sun Gate
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Rock tombs at Kekova, Turkey
Review posted by Alison Young
***** Written

Great fun

A really enjoyable week with a very good range of activities. Well paced and adapted to all levels. Kas is absolutely beautiful especially the views from the peninsula. It was a shame it was only a week!
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Looking out to sea from the Walk of the Gods, Italy
Review posted by Deborah Whittaker
***** Written

Walking the Amalfi Coast. ..in steps

Really enjoyable holiday in a very friendly family run hotel with just the right amount of walking to discover the highlights of this beautiful coast, alongside a coach trip to fabulous Pompeii and a walk around the rim of Vesuvius.
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Brown bear cub
Review posted by Alison Vaughan
***** Written

Carpathian Culture and Wildlife

A great 8 day trip, I just wish it could have been longer. We got to see 5 bears which far exceeded my expectations. A beautiful areas to walk in where time seems to have stood still. Fantastic food and accommodation.
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Baby giraffe, Tanzania
Review posted by Gina Eckersley
***** Written

Tanzania Crater Capers

Fantastic multi centred trip combining mountain, safari and beach! A perfect combination!
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Family in sea, Turkey
Review posted by Sally McEnallay
***** Written

Great holiday for adults and teenagers

Just returned from this fantastic holiday. Our Turkish guide Turgut was just the best - organised, informative and always smiling. We had a great group of like minded adventurers and the mix of activity and 'down time' was just right. The hotel Oreo is a fair old hike up the hill, particularly when the thermometer tops 38 degrees, but the views are worth it and by the end of the week we were almost used to it!
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Nigel Howard
***** Written

Hot and sticky in Cuba

Fascinating visit to super country
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Exodus Response

We are glad that Nigel found the trip to be fascinating and that he found Cuba to be a super country. We were concerned to learn, however, that Nigel felt uncomfortable with the way in which the animals were treated at the crocodile farm. The idea behind Guama crocodile farm at the Bay of Pigs is that they are preserving a species which is in danger of extinction (crocodylus rhombifer, or Cuban Crocodile) and this is why we pay a brief visit to the farm with our groups when passing through the region. The natural habitat of the species is now reduced to the Zapata Swamp and on Isla de la Juventud. In response to your feedback, we shall stop visiting immediately and investigate the claims with our local partners. Adam Roberts - Product Manager for Cuba

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