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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: 7734 Overall score: *****
Walking in Trins, Austria
Review posted by Adrian Lunn
***** Written

Trins 19-26 July 2012

Trins is located in a beautiful valley surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. For some reason Trins is off the main tourist trails and so walks in the forest and mountains were quiet and peaceful, apart from the gently murmuring conversation and tinkling laughter of the Exodus group. There were two grades of walks available each day, moderate and challenging. The leaders, Bob and Chris, gave a full summary of the walk routes, length, ascent, descent and any particular difficulties every evening after dinner to allow people to make a decision about the next day's walk.
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Lunch stop on the trails of the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by Margaret Bray
***** Written


Having had are original booking changed due to no one else booking, the company re booked our trip for the Saturday. They were very helpful and apologetic, they could not understand why, having been on the trek I do.
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Exodus Response

An Exodus staff member who travelled on this departure has given us excellent feedback about the tour leader and the way in which the walks were led, and this leader has had great feedback over the past two seasons so we are disappointed that Margaret’s experience was not as positive as we would have expected. We are aware that on one day, three of the group members decided to take a cable car down when the option was available, but to our knowledge this was not because they felt they had to abandon the walk and we have not received any other feedback to suggest that the pace of the walking was overly fast. We are really sorry that Margaret did not enjoy this holiday as much as other trips she has been on and that she sustained an injury as we realise she must have been disappointed not to join all of the walks. Chloe Knott - Walking & Trekking Programme Manager
Lac Blanc, France
Review posted by J Penge
***** Written

Stunning views of the Mont Blanc massif

As expected, the scenery is stunning. The walks selected for the ‘Highlights’ were great as they allowed for a good array of views of the Mont Blanc massif and the itinerary was very well paced. Everything ran smoothly and the group were well looked after by the leader and the chalet staff. Good food, a nice selection of local beers and a beautiful setting meant that time at the chalet was nearly as enjoyable as the trekking.
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Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
Review posted by Julia Porter
***** Written

Kilimanjaro, Rongai Route

An excellent trip from start to finish. We were looked after by the best guides, cooks and porters and feel privileged to have been part of the group.
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View across Toubkal N.P, Morocco
Review posted by Hannah Croft
***** Written

Mount Toubkal

This was a very well organised trip. Transfers to and from the airport were all organised and it's easy to spot other exodus travellers with their big yellow bags. The food was fantastic and there was much more of it than I was expecting. The walks were good and a pleasant way to do Toubkal and the surrounding Atlas Mountains. We didn't need to treat water at all and you just need to buy water at the available places and ask when the next opportunity to buy more is so you can plan quantity sensibly. The walk isn't 'non-technical'; there is a lot of slippy scree and a bit of scrambling up boulders. Fitness needs to be reasonable but the climbs were very do-able. Don't be put off by the 95 diagonals it's easier than it looks. Marrakech was interesting and easily done in the 24 hours at the end. I wouldn't bother staying on longer in Marrakech it's self.
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Walkers on Grand Balcon path, looking towards Mont Blanc, France
Review posted by Youngil Kim
***** Written

Mont Blanc Hotel Trek

The weather was generally fair except for the first, the eighth, and ninth day. Our group consisting of six couples and two singles, were all very nice and cheerful. We enjoyed walking, talking, eating, and drinking. The flowers were less in number than my expectation and lacked in variety. Maybe it was a bit early and they were not in full bloom. I think having free days in between is quite a good policy.
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Four Masai giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Jacqueline Burrows
***** Written

Gorillas and Masai Mara

Wonderful trip. I spent large amounts of time watching various animals feeling like a giddy schoolgirl. I learnt a lot too. And photographed a lot. And laughed a lot. I loved it. A lot. My only niggles were the bit of dead time towards the end and the fact we kept missing the leopards. Perfect excuse to go back though...
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Rural scenes of Theth Valley, Albania
Review posted by Mary Parker
***** Written

Walking in Albania

The 'Walking in Albania' trip provides a wonderful opportunity to glimpse many different aspects of a fascinating and beautiful country. This is a busy and exciting holiday with never a dull moment! Most people in the group started out knowing very little about Albania because, of course, it was 'out of bounds' until Communism was overthrown in 1991. We learned such a lot! If you love climbing mountains, walking in beautiful scenery, learning about culture, history and traditions, then this is the trip for you.
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Lunch stop on the trails of the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by Philippa Halden
***** Written

Great Trip!

A great week of spectacular scenery, great hiking trails, good food and good company!
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Moose, Wonder Lake, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA
Review posted by Chee Kong Ho
***** Written


I am from Hong Kong. Other team members are from Dutch, UK and Switzerland. I feel happy with them and enjoy working together : shopping, preparing meals and washing. The trip meets my expectations in general. But two campsites are really very very basic, especially the lack of adequate toilet facilities within walking distance.
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