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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: 7760 Overall score: *****
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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Canoeing on the Zambezi River, Zambia
Review posted by Richard Summersell
***** Written

Excellent trip

A truely great travel adventure. The itinerary is full but it didn't feel too rushed, and there was the right amount and variety of activity for my 16 year old son not to get bored. We had a great time and everything we expected was delivered.
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Trekkers approaching Machu Picchu, Peru
Review posted by Clive Turnbull
***** Written

Great tour of Peru

This was a great tour of Peru. Seeing the giant river otters at the ox bow lake next to the Tambopata River was very special. The Inca Trail was everything I had hoped it would be and a lot more as well. I was really pleased that our schedule on the Inca Trail was much more relaxed than some of the others on the trail at the same time as us. We were able to enjoy the trek and not have to get up at a ridiculous time on a morning to try and rush to Machu Pichu on the last day. We arrived at Machu Pichu at around 4.30pm and it was really quiet, with only around 20 other visitors there. We then stayed in the little town at the bottom of the mountain and were able to go back to Machu Pichu the next morning to have the full guided tour. The Peruvian people we met were friendly, the tour was pretty packed with lots to do, the hotels and lodges were nice and I would certainly go back again.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Kim Burgess
***** Written

Discover Burma AON

Fabulous trip - one of the best - and I've been on a few! Our guide, Joseph was superb and made every effort to ensure our trip was a success. Beautiful country, friendly people and stunning scenery.
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Four Masai Giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Jo Carr
***** Written

Gorillas and Masai Mara (reverse)departing July 27th

This turned out to be the trip of a lifetime so far. Every day brought fresh highlights and the holiday just got better as we progressed. Each of the 3 countries visited are so beautiful and the people so warm and friendly that you won't want to leave. Of course, the wildlife is a real highlight - especially spending time with the serene mountain gorillas.
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Kayaking group in Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Ryan Cornett
***** Written

Not nearly as active as you would think...

Vietnam is a beautiful country. I would 100% recommend visiting it and I will definitely do so again myself. This trip provides a good opportunity to attempt to squeeze the highlights of the whole country into just a fortnight. The activity levels however are a bit misleading. If you are thinking of booking this trip with the hope of some good trekking/kayaking/cycling etc., you will be massively underwhelmed with the overall activity levels - I would describe the trip as 'leisurely' and certainly not challenging in any way.
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Exodus Response

We are glad that Ryan had a good trip overall. Although this departure followed the trip notes in regards to the activities offered, we are looking into the points that he raises regarding the grading of this trip and, if it is decided that the Moderate/Challenging grade is too high, we will change the grade accordingly.


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