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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: 7756 Overall score: *****
Brown bear cub
Review posted by Heather Thompson
***** Written

Carpathian Mountains Rumania

This was a wonderful holiday in every respect, one that we will remember for many years.The scenery, location, food, company were all great. The villa and it's hosts were superb - could not have been better. Nothing was too much trouble and they were so friendly and helpful. It was fabulous to meet new people and share the experience with them - great fun and exhilarating.
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Orang-utan mother and infant, Borneo
Review posted by Avril Roulton
***** Written

I want to do it all again!

I went to Borneo because I wanted to see Orang Utans in their natural environment, but I knew little else about the country. I saw Orang Utans in the rehabilitation centres and in the wild, but I also saw Sun Bears, dolphins, Macaque and Proboscis monkeys, pygmy elephants - every day had a WOW moment. The jungle trekking was tough going at times but our excellent guides made sure they were still enjoyable treks, willingly sharing their knowledge and pointing out things of interest to our group. I learned so much about the local culture from visits to various centres, but also by chatting to our group leader Manuel. The accommodation was excellent and the transport provided was very safe. All activities were enjoyable and interesting - the camera was always in use! This holiday was intended to be a once in a life time trip, but now I want to go again. The holiday was everything I had hoped for and so much more.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by John Odonnell
***** Written

Backroads of Sri Lanka[cycle]

As I am getting older these sort of adventure trips are more important to me than one can imagine because the time will come soon where I will act my age.Having started the trip on a disastrous note where I fell very ill on the plane trip to Sri Lanka.Combination of a virus and my medication[inappropriate medication for the trip/climate]the big tip is check with your local doctor before embarking on said trip.I thus missed a couple of days cycling and wasnt as strong re cycling as usual.The trip went like clockwork from the beginning to the end and the group jelled really well .As luck would have it we had a doctor and a nurse within the group [lucky me]The trip staff were excellent and food was great and the country worth the effort to see The locals were tremendous and never saw a cross word to anyone anywhere,a serene country.
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Tallinn, Estonia
Review posted by Stuart Marriott
***** Written

Discover the Valtics

A very enjoyable trip. Well organised, as usual with Exodus, well led, surprisingly hot weather (30+ degrees) and three very interesting counties. We visited several fascinating cities, and heard a lot about the dark days of soviet rule, the struggle for independence, and its eventual achievement in 1991.
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Trekkers on Yaucha Pass, Cordillera Huayhuash, Yerupaja behind, Peru
Review posted by Alan Hayward
***** Written

Huayhuash Circuit

An incredible opportunity to see an usual and unspoilt part of Peru. The high altitude trek included some breathtaking views and the opportunity to watch avalanches. The stars and Milky Way where ever present in the night sky. Blue ice and turquoise lakes made for a special combination.
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Lunch stop on the trails of the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by David How
***** Written

Mt Blanc Circuit

Rightfully described as one of the world's iconic trekking trails, the TMB met all my expectations. It was challenging and tough going in many parts. I can sit here back in England and reflect on something I am proud to have achieved and with every intention of encouraging friends to have their own go at. A great team of people to accompany me and led by a first class Mountain Leader in John, fed, watered and spiritually strengthened by our Cook, Graham.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Peter Eachus
***** Written

A Week in Jordan

A week in Jordan isn't really enough! We added a few days in Amman before the start and at the end of our trip and it was well worth while. The trip itself was excellent in every respect with perhaps the exception of the group hotel, The Days Inn and Suites in Amman. Although a comfortable hotel it is just too far from downtown Amman and even though the taxis are cheap, the traffic is horrendous and the journey will take 30 minutes at least. Also this hotel catered for weddings and when one was due the swimming pool and the restaurant were not availble for hotel guests! Given that there are very few restaurants in the immediate area this could be a real problem. That was the main gripe for this trip everything else was really good.
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Mount Triglav ascent, Julian Alps, Slovenia
Review posted by Jean Paul Borg
***** Written

Getting Slovenian

The Slovenians say that once you make it to the top of Mount Triglav, you're considered a Slovenian - this is the hard and rewarding way for a Slovenian passport.
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Group on camels, Merzouga, Morocco
Review posted by Paula K
***** Written

Amazing insight into Morocco

I had some doubts about this trip, but these doubts turned out to be unfounded and this trip was amazing! We were able to get a real taste of Morocco and experience all the country has to offer.
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Group at Winay Wayna on the Inca Trail, Peru
Review posted by Emer Campbell
***** Written

Trip of a Lifetime

Everything about this trip was fantastic, there wasn't a single wasted moment and it was all worthwhile, really amazing.
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