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Number of Reviews: 8634 Overall score: *****
Exodus group in Zdiar, Slovakia
Review posted by David Dobson
***** Written

Tummy Laughs

If you are thinking about booking this trip, just go for it and you will find your childhood again, a fantastic week with an outstanding leader "Peter" and full of laughter and smiles.
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Dogsledding through snow-capped trees, Riisitunturi N.P, Finland
Review posted by Caroline Maffia
***** Written

Powder, powder everywhere

This is a truly stunning part of Finland, with a landscape of snow; snow on trees, snow on roofs, snow on lakes, snow on roads. The muffling effect of the snow makes the silence truly unique and special (for when we weren't laughing and chatting as a group). The optional activities meant the trip was as laid back or as full on as you liked and the hot tub and sauna helped recouperate for the next day.
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Aerial view of the Citadelle Laferrière, Haiti
Review posted by Timothy Fearn
***** Written

Fascinating and beautiful country

I travelled on the first departure of the trip as the official Exodus observer to make sure it runs as smoothly as possible and to make recommendations for future departures.I wasn't exactly sure what to expect from Haiti, but the trip was well organised, hotels were generally excellent and characterful, the island's culture and history are intriguing, and the scenery is beautiful. It was a real eye-opener for me - completely different from anywhere else I've travelled. It is in equal measures West African, Caribbean and Latin American, and the combination of these diverse cultures makes it unique and special.There are elements of the trip which may mean it's not for everyone, but if you go with an open mind and are prepared to be flexible then you'll be rewarded with incredible experiences and a sense that you're making a real contribution to Haiti's road to economic recovery.The trip includes visits to several projects which provide education and much-needed employment, and in the mountains you see how the farmers are being educated in sustainable farming techniques, and it's great to see how local people are getting involved in passing on their skills to other Haitians in order to help the country grow.
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Walker in Torres del Paine N.P, Patagonia, Chile
Review posted by Matt Newman
***** Written

Hiking in a Thin Country

a really great way to spend 2 weeks. amazing scenery, interesting and knowledgeable group and expectations exceeded.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
Review posted by Robert Heaps
***** Written

MUC, 3 countries in 2 weeks!

4 and a half stars really. A packed itinerary, you can do visit 3 countries, do wildlife spotting, sightseeing, walks, swimming in the Caribbean, Pacific and lakes, boat trips, and even zip lining, as well as the usual cycling, eating and drinking! 3 countries with contrasts, old and modern parts and a huge mixture of people. The cycling is challenging with some climbs, mainly on road and long hot flat sections which can be done at pace if you want, even in 30c+ however I personally would have preferred a bit more off road terrain.
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Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Kevin Nicholas
***** Written

Cycle Kerala & Tropical India

A thoroughly enjoyable and informative holiday - what better way to see a new country than on a bike. This trip was really well organised, enabling us to see a good cross section of southern Indian life.
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Cross-country skiing at Espedalen, Norway
Review posted by Mark Smith
***** Written

Cross Country Skiing - Espedalen

A wonderful location for anyone with some skiing skills, great hosts (Sefan and Surina) at the Strand, wonderful food, and an excellent leader.
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Snowshoeing on Mt. Hengill, Iceland
Review posted by Louise Bottomley
***** Written

Winter Wonders of Iceland

An amazing week of seeing some of the natural wonders of Iceland - a beautiful country.
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Highland landscape with tea estates, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Andrew Collins
***** Written

A most enjoyable trip to a beautiful country.

We have just returned from the late January / early February slot and had an excellent time. The tour ran as per the itinerary with no disruption as a consequence of the heavy rain back in December, and offered a good balance between walking and culture / sightseeing. The Group all got on well together and we enjoyed plenty of laughs. We were looked after incredibly well by the whole 'crew' throughout our stay.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Malcolm May
***** Written

The Most Exciting Way to see Sri Lanka

This is a cycle trip to savour. As well as being a wonderful way of getting a real feel of the country, you also visit 3 of the 4 ancient capitals, eat some very good meals, especially street food and gain glimpses of the family, cultural and political life of this fascinating country. The cycling is mainly on quiet country roads. It's challenging at times but well worth the effort. The bikes are in excellent condition with semi-slick tyres which, along with a very good mechanic, make for easier road cycling.
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