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Number of Reviews: 8500 Overall score: *****
Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Jane Arlow
***** Written

Cycle Indonchina and Angkor

A great way to see the three countries visited - up close and personal. Cycling off the beaten track in Thailand takes you to places other visitors don't usually see and allowed for everyone to cycle at their own pace (be that racer or not). Cycling in Cambodia on the other hand is somewhat of a different nature, particularly in Siem Reap. We really enjoyed the exhilaration of dodging the traffic including mopeds riding the wrong way up your side of the road. Viet Nam was different again with endless over excited children running out to wave and say hello..makes you feel like royalty with all that waving :-)
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Cyclist, old car and palm trees, Cuba
Review posted by Simon Clifford
***** Written

Amazing cycling in beautiful countryside - go before it's too late

This was my first cycling holiday, and I couldn't fault it. The roads are almost void of cars, making riding peaceful and safe. Also the scenery is ever changing, one day we were cycling in open farmland, another along the coast and another in the lush valleys of the interior of the island.The cycle days aren't too long giving you a bit of the afternoon to either, relax, swim, or take in some local sights.
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Fatehpur Sikri, India
Review posted by Barry Cooper
***** Written

India Grand Tour

This is an excellent tour to enable you to see a large part of this country in one tour. You spend time in Delhi before travelling to the famous sights of Northern India, Varanasi, Agra and Ranthambore. The trip then goes on to Mumbai and the south visiting less well known areas but the opportunity to see and experience rural India.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Thomas McNally
***** Written

cảm ơn bạn

A very well organised trip, with good accommodation and food and great guides.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by M Ward
***** Written

Great fun

A superb cycling holiday through a beautiful country, and well away from the usual tourist paths. We had a lot of rain the first week, but once you gave into the rain it was great fun and bonding. The second week brought fantastic sunshine and beaches! Suresh our leader was the star of our trip and ensured everyone was well looked after. Fantastic food too...you won't go hungry!
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Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Brian Kirk
***** Written

Great trip , recommended - 9th cycling trip

I've done 9 cycling trips to date (not all Exodus), and this definitely rates as one of the best. I took my girlfriend (her first cycling holiday), and it was a good introduction for her to this format of holiday I believe its organised by the same person that does the 'Back Roads of Sri Lanka' trip (done 2 years ago), maps you get everyday are certainly exactly the same format The distances cycled on busy roads is very limited , so no-one had an issue in that regard. Some of us found the busy roads quite exciting, speeds are generally slow, so risk of injury is actually very low
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Cyclist overtaking bullock cart, near Pondicherry, India
Review posted by Ade Pickering
***** Written

Southern India coast to coast

If you do just one cycling trip with Exodus, make sure it's this one. It's slightly tougher than Kerala and Vietnam, but more rewarding. You don't have to be anything other than keen and reasonably fit to complete the journey (says the forty-something year old drinker and occasional smoker), but you will discover new muscles and an overall sense of achievement. But isn't that the point?
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Winter walking, Trins and Three Valleys, Austria
Review posted by Suzanne Suzanne
***** Written

Fantastic walking trip

My husband and I did this trip over Christmas, and it was wonderful from start to finish. Whilst not new to walking, this was our first time walking consecutive days and for this we found the trip ideal. The grade and duration of the walks was spot on (about 10 miles a day) but you are in the mountains, so be prepared for some ascents and descents. The hotel was very comfortable, and the food fantastic and extremely abundant. Everywhere we went the people were friendly and welcoming, whilst the entire area is very un-touristy, so you get a real feel for how genuine everything is.
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Aurora swirl, Sweden
Review posted by Adrian Capper
***** Written

Lapland Adventure and the Ice Hotel

Brilliant, a much better way to spend late December and the New Year than watching repeats and Jools Holland. This was an amazing holiday with a good mix of activities and down time.
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