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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: 8150 Overall score: *****
Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Jackie Downey
***** Written

Tiger, Tiger

Visiting 3 of India's National Parks should enhance your chances of finding this majestic predator. However you should also enjoy the rest of what the parks have to offer as well - amazing wildlife and, at this time of the year, scenery to embrace and enjoy.
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Review posted by Gail Johnson
***** Written

Classic Galpagos - Queen Beatriz Iternary B

wow - what a super trip - being in the midst of a David Attenborugh film for 7 days The snorkeling which was mostly twice a day were the most amazing snorkels - most in my top 10 of snorkels and dives
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Thai hilltribe women in the rice field, Thailand
Review posted by Caryl Gregory
***** Written

Thailand what a great place

This 14 day tour was just fascinating. Our leader Aom was delightful she was from Bangkok and was very knowledgeable about local restaurants and markets. We started in Bangkok and visited lots of temples and the grand palace and Aom had lots of interesting historical facts for us. There were 12 in our group and most of our transportation was in 2 very comfortable minibuses. We visited the bridge over the river Kwai and Hellfire pass which was very moving. We got to swim in waterfalls, had boat trips and spend 1 night on an overnight sleeper train. The tour took in at least 5 other cities and Aom was able to take us to really good restaurants in each one. This was one of the best touring holidays I have done.
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Dune at Sossusvlei, Namibia
Review posted by Paul Grover
***** Written

Discover Namibia - Amazing Wildlife, Scenery and People

Namibia is a county diverse in its landscapes and wildlife. This trip lets you see it all - including chilly star filled desert nights, high dunes at sunrise, varied game drives and a range of optional activities to cater for every taste. Namibia has everything - and does not mind sharing!
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Taj Mahal, India
Review posted by Richard McFeeters
***** Written

Lived up to expectations

a superb introduction to India. a well-designed itinerary means a lot is covered in a short space of time, but never in a way that compromises enjoyment. Culture, religion, history, sights, food (mostly), and the people make this trip so good.
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Mountain landscape with Mt Fitzroy in Patagonia, Argentina
Review posted by Ann Kirkhope
***** Written

Patagonian Highlights

This was a great holiday. We had a good bunch of people who "clicked" almost immediately. We had a fantastic leader who made everything so much better. The views were outstanding. Even the long bus rides didn't seem that bad. Lots of breaks to stretch our legs
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Jonathan Bayley
***** Written

A fantastic and varied trek

There is a great variety offered on this trek. Our November departure started in grazing land where we climbed to see some stunning views of the mountains. After the Ras Dashen ascent the landscape and vegetation changed to be more arid before dropping into the Lush and hot lowlands. As well as the walking and stunning views we had chance to see a great deal of wildlife (wolves, Ibex, Gelada and a good variety of birds). The start was on the tourist trail, we often shared with other groups and were in site of the "road". However, once we dropped into the lowlands we got a great feeling of being off the beaten track and a good chance to interact with the locals as we were camping on the outskirts of the various villages.
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Trekking to Thyangboche, Everest Basecamp trek, Nepal
Review posted by Kevin Hardy
***** Written

Everest base camp

Great trip, wonderful team mates, excellent support. Tea houses quite basic, especially at altitude - hot water would have been nice and rooms with just a tiny bit more comfort. Food fine. We're planning the next one. I'd prefer to pay upfront rather than all the extras, such as food.
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Palenque
Review posted by Jane Theophilus
***** Written

La Ruta Maya

We Covered a lot of ground during this trip. I will remember long bus journeys, very early starts. The hotels were all ok, 2 more so. Clean and most staff in the hotels very welcoming and friendly. Mayan sites most interesting, all with local guides.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
Review posted by Jannet Ricketts
***** Written

Miss

If you want to discover the treasures that Central America holds then this is the trip. From the erupting heights of the volcanoes in Nicaragua through the readiness of the tropical forests and coastlines of Costa Rica and finishing at the engineering practical of the Panama Canal. Throughout the tour we were encouraged, befriended and guided by our 4 tour leaders. All of this could not have been possible without our bikes being loaded, unloaded, transported, oiled, and pumped by the magnificent quatro, so all we had to do was hanker down and cycle and have a fantastic time. Thank you team N.CR.P.
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