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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: 8152 Overall score: *****
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


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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Pagodas in Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Norman Maudsley
***** Written

Trelling Burma - November 2014

A fascinating well run trip. If you are considering this trekking trip, do not hesitate go now before the area gets commercialised. Yes overnight accommodation may not be up to what we expect in the 21st.centaury, my advice take a good quality sleeping mat for a comfortable nights sleep, accept everything else, I have no regrets to seeing this interesting country in the raw, trekking through villages over 7days, where the narrow tracks do not allow 4wheeled vehicles, foot passage rules with the odd motorbike.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Jill Davidson
***** Written

Cycling in a monsoon in Sri Lanka

I did the trip in November and overall it was very good. The leader, Suresh, and his local crew are outstanding in every way. Suresh has all the skills to be a fantastic guide and the team did everything possible to make sure we had a good holiday. I enjoyed the mix of cycling and seeing cultural sights. I gained a good understanding of the country and appreciated seeing the many World Heritage sights and breathtakingly beautiful Buddha images, especially the reclining Buddha at Polunnaruwa. The cycling was challenging but satisfying and the food was delicious. Unfortunately we experienced 14 days of rain and some days it was pretty constant and heavy. Some local people I talked with said this was normal for November and others said it was unusual. I brought clothing expecting hot and humid weather with some rain and this turned out to be a mistake. I suggest wearing all lycra or quick dry clothing. My cotton shorts and tops were constantly wet, heavy, and filthy and were not able to dry out overnight. This was my first trip with Exodus and I would definitely book with them again.
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Komodo dragon
Review posted by Ayesha Thompson
***** Written

Primates and Dragons of Indonesia

Fantastic way to see both orang-utans and komodo dragons in the wild. It is difficult to find a trip that takes you to Komodo, so this one is great that you get to both Komodo and Rinca. Also got to see many other animals, including turtles and a shark whilst snorkelling, snakes and lizards and other primates. Trip notes list the trip as moderate activity but first few days are a lot more active than that.
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Walking in Kerala, India
Review posted by Simon Bailey
***** Written

Spice Trails of Kerala - Nov 2014

A superb itinerary - well thought out & executed. Never a dull moment. The food provided throughout the trip was fantastic - you need to be a fan of curry though! The local communities are genuinely friendly and welcoming. The trip allowed for personal preference to be taken into consideration.
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Riding to Little Petra, Jordan
Review posted by Radhika Shah
***** Written

great way to see jordan

a wonderful trip around jordan bringing together the highlights in a bit of a whistlestop tour, yet with enough time to really get a feel for the country and the cycling bought the wonderful landscapes into reality rather than just watching them float by on a bus
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Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Cambodia
Review posted by Irene Baker
***** Written

Classic Vietnam and Angkor

A very enjoyable trip through Vietnam with a little bit of Cambodia. The history of both countries are fascinating and it was interesting to see how the countries have developed since their most recent wars. Hotels were comfortable and the food was great. Hot and humid in Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. Much cooler and more comfortable in the North ( trip was in November). I wish we had longer in Cambodia. All we really had time to see was the Temple of Angkor Wat.
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Elizabeth De Lannoy
***** Written

Simian Mountain Trek

The Simian Mountain trek conjures up images of hot dry mountains and dusty valleys but the reality is far from just this: Rugged mountain tops silhouetted against steel grey skies, lush green pasture leading to tall stands of eucalyptus and acacia. The trek is really a trip of two halves, the first involving scenery much as you might find in an exaggerated version of the English / Welsh uplands with unpredictable weather to match! The wild camping isn't a 'wild' as you might expect with established toilet blocks available in most and usually a flat pitch. Passing Gich the scenery changes to the dramatic spiky peaks and escarpments familiar to anyone who has Googled the trek beforehand! The weather also changes to arid and hot with a number of challenging ascents! Camp food was excellent and the guides first class. Book this if you are looking for a trek to somewhere where tourists are a novelty and life hasn't changed in eons for most of the rural community.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by William Richardson
***** Written

Cycle indochina and Angkor

My first visit to the Far East , loads of new experiences nearly all positive . The first 3days cycling were quite demanding but once into Cambodia there was a lot more to see and do . Cycling in Siem Reap city was not for the faint hearted. The Mekong Delta was just packed with people . Saigon was full of life and great fun as long as you didn't want to cross the road, there are 6 million motor cycles all driving straight at you.
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