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Number of Reviews: 8793 Overall score: *****
Squirrel Monkey, Costa Rica
Review posted by Rina Trap
***** Written

16 days of bliss

This trip seems a great introduction to what Costa Rica has to offer and certainly worked as an appetizer
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Riding along the beach at Essaouira, Morocco
Review posted by Michael Innes
***** Written


A well run, well paced trip. Cycling was excellent but there are few flat roads in Morocco! Weather perfect. Accommodation is adequate but one cannot expect more in remote parts of the country. Some places had character. Food generally not great in accommodation but adequate.
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Clients at Uhuru Peak, Tanzania
Review posted by Jill Jill
***** Written

Kilimanjaro: Lemosho Route

An amazing adventure superbly organised & undertaken. From Florence our lead guide through to all the porters, assistant guides & cook, all were friendly, helpful & full of good humour. The scenery & weather were great & the support we received was positive & encouraging. Great care was taken of our well-being, the food was an amazingly high standard, the pace & distances well thought through. Trip of a lifetime!
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Setenil de las Bodegas, Andalucia, Spain
Review posted by Chris And Anne Down
***** Written

Discover Andalucia

Accommodation at the Cortijo Rosario, a converted farmhouse, is very comfortable, homely and clean, with an authentic Spanish feel and decor – we felt very at home there. It is located on a hillside in the countryside, surrounded by olive groves and open farmland. The whole area is unspoilt by tourism, and is a world apart from the ‘Costas’. The food was excellent and plentiful! Authentic Andalucian cuisine – we even had a cookery lesson, provided by Maria – what a privilege! The owners, Bill and Anne, and all the staff were friendly, welcoming and keen to please. We spent a night in Seville at the Baco hotel, which all the group felt could have been of a higher standard. After our feedback, an alternative hotel will most likely be offered on later trips. Seville is a beautiful city, with so much to see – notably the cathedral, the Giralda tower, the Plaza de Espana and the Alcázar palace and gardens. The Hotel Navas in Granada was absolutely fine. We very much enjoyed our stay there and loved Granada, especially the Alhambra area. We visited Cordoba as an optional excursion on our free day. The spectacular Mezquita is a must see and there are many other places of interest in the city. The Cortijo staff kindly arranged a minibus for us, as travelling by train is rather difficult.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Daphne Neale
***** Written

Discover Burma

What an amazing adventure. This was our first trip with Exodus and we were very impressed by the full itinerary and seamless organisation of our tour guide Joseph. The hotels and restaurants were better than expected and it was great value for money. A wonderful insight into the culture and history of Myanmar with a really friendly group of fellow travellers.
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Aerial view of Sigiriya Rock, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Penelope W.
***** Written

Discover Sri Lanka (not Premium departure)

Beautiful country and friendly people plus good variety of activities, enough free time, coach journeys not too long and only one early start.
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Burma countryside solo cyclist, Burma
Review posted by Tom Pickles
***** Written

One of the very best cycling trips we've done

We really loved this cycling holiday! - more than I was expecting, as some of the prior reviews had been less than stellar, but Exodus have made changes and it went very well indeed. The Burmese people, scenery, climate,and food were all wonderful. We were in a great group of 10 of varying ages, interests and stories to share. Before leaving I was concerned that maybe there might not be enough cycling for my taste, but it was enough for me, and typical of their other moderate cycling holidays. I see this as a “use cycling as an enabler to see the real Myanmar”, rather than as a cycling holiday in a nice location. The total distance is around 440km over 11 days, ranging from 16 to 60 km. Hotels were overall good; better than I’d anticipated. Most provided coffee making stuff, hot showers. Some were wonderful with pools and spas. Wifi was provided in all, but their access to the internet was poor so it was common to connect but have no access, or very slow intermittent access. The bikes are new Trek Marlin 7’s with 29” wheels on the larger frames, and 650’s (I think) on the smaller. They were meticulously maintained by the mechanic. Tires were fat, which I realized were needed within a few km on our first day – there are several off-road sections with rocks or soft sand, which would be very muddy in the wet season. Roads were excellent with few significant potholes (way better than in India on last year’s trip, or back home in Canada). The support team provided water, sports-drink powder, fruit and snacks at the rest stops, which were generally every 15km or so.
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Cycling through tropical Costa Rican scenery, Costa Rica
Review posted by Nic Chalcraft
***** Written

Costa Rica - Coast to Coast

This is a good trip, it can be very hot and humid in places so be prepared for some sweaty cycling. The scenery is great and there are quite a few breathtaking views down into the valleys, the wildlife is quite sparce but it is there if you look for it, and the guided walks and boat tours are well worth the effort if wildlife is what you are looking for. Some of the hotels are not of a very high standard compared to the U.S. and pretty basic, don't expect to sit watching TV in the evening as most of the hotels didn't have one. There are a few lodges which are really nice, there is one in particular that has a pool which overlooks the sea, it is worth waiting around for the sunset (but wear insect repellent!) The food is ok but like everyone else has said be prepared for rice and beans for breakfast, lunch and dinner! It says moderate but there are some pretty big hills that will challenge even the fittest cyclist! The cycling days are pretty short and could/should have been longer. When you consider this is a cycling holiday, you do spend quite a lot of time in the bus so be prepared with books/ipod etc..
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Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour 2013, South Africa
Review posted by Adrian Pickering
***** Written

Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour

A great 10-day trip through the stunning interior and dramatic coastal roads of South Africa. The cycling was testing but thoroughly enjoyable throughout. The trip was supposed to culminate with the Cape Argus 104km road race but nature intervened and wild fires meant the race was curtailed to a leisurely problems after a few 100km days in the saddle over the previous days. I will be back to do the whole race next year!
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Squirrel Monkey, Costa Rica
Review posted by Nicholas Kemp
***** Written

Shared Adventures in a stunning Country

Stunning country with multiple Climates, Landscapes and Wildlife that will take your breath way. The people truly want you to experience the best their country can offer and every interaction leaves you feeling that your time and money is valued highly.
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