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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: 8791 Overall score: *****
Temple, Khajuraho, India
Review posted by Deborah Sabadash
***** Written

North India Explored

This was a fantastic introduction to Northern India. The trip covered a lot of ground and exposed us to the culture, architecture, and food of Northern India. There was a new highlight every day. Even the long bus rides were a pleasure as there is so much to see passing through towns, villages and different landscapes.
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Leopard, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Anne Anne
***** Written

Whales and Leopards of Sri Lanka

What a beautiful country! Very clean and organized, compared to India. We saw plenty of blue whales, the largest mammals on the planet, and had 7 leopard sightings. A great experience.
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Peter Lockwood
***** Written

Cycling Cuba

Good trip. Cuba is a very interesting place which I still didn't understand despite lots of presentations by our group leader. The riding is graded 'moderate' but I'd say it's top end of moderate, verging on moderate/challenging, compared with the other moderate trip we've done, Indo-China.
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Roadside food stall, Srirangapatnam near Mysore, India
Review posted by Rosalind Holt
***** Written

South India Explored

This was my secound Visit to the South of India and I was thrilled to have the same guide as last year Afshar Ashraf who made the trip so good. I was a little disspointed in the east side of India much preffering the West coast but all in all another great Exodus trip thank you
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Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour 2013, South Africa
Review posted by Gordon Dewar
***** Written

MSH - Cape Town Argus Cycling Tour

A fantastic break with great scenery, superb food & drink and most of all excellent cycling.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by John And Wendy Lawton
***** Written

An Awesome Experience!

An excellent trip in every respect. As Exodus "first-timers" we were a little unsure what to expect but in every way the experience exceeded our expectations. The staff were outstanding and under Tour Leader of the Year, Suresh Bandara, nothing was too much trouble for them. Organisation and planning was faultless, minor issues were fixed instantly. We truly cycled the backroads with regular, welcome "3 minute chats" on the history, culture and natural history of this wonderful country. So much more than just a cycling trip. We'll never forget the smiling faces and we were even lucky enough to see a Leopard in Yala
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Looking out to sea from the Walk of the Gods, Italy
Review posted by Kathleen LOCKER
***** Written

Amalfi coast

scenery excellent, but walking was much harder than I expected--and I have done about 60 Munros. V steep ascents + descents. Hotel clean, staff v friendly and helpful but food rather disappointing. However, the paninis we had at lunchtime were excellent.
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Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour 2013, South Africa
Review posted by Jo Kitley
***** Written

Cape Argus Cycle Tour

A fantastic road biking trip in a beautiful part of the world, providing an excellent balance between cycling and seeing and experiencing the fantastic scenery, culture and food that the Western Cape offers. Every day was different, with both coastal and rural cycling and a couple of mountain passes thrown in.
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Kayaking group in Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Roger Hargrove
***** Written

Vietnam 2015

A comprehensive trip covering many aspects and places of Vietnam from Hanoi to Saigon. The trip included several days of moderately intense activities such as hiking, bicycling and kayaking. Areas visited included large cities to small isolated villages. Other modes of travel were a day and night on a boat and train.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Kate Kidd
***** Written

One of the best

You may be in the wilderness, but if you like adventure you will run out of time before things to do. I loved the dog sledging (you can have your own sledge and dog team), the snow shoeing, the cross country skiing, the sledging etc. There is also the option for extra's and I'd recommend the skiing in Rukha and full day dog sledging. There is plenty of option for free extra's too as you can use the equipment to walk the bear route with snow shoes and do local cross skiing. You can get away with taking little cash and paying for most things by card at the end of the week. For a remote base camp the food is good, the room clean and warm with underfloor heating and the equipment good quality. The only down side is the taster sessions could have covered more ground e.g. the snow shoe taster guide session had a bit too much talking and not enough walking, but a few of us made up for it with a walk to village after. This was a small issue for an otherwise incredible trip.
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