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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: 7762 Overall score: *****
Four Masai Giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Jo Carr
***** Written

Gorillas and Masai Mara (reverse)departing July 27th

This turned out to be the trip of a lifetime so far. Every day brought fresh highlights and the holiday just got better as we progressed. Each of the 3 countries visited are so beautiful and the people so warm and friendly that you won't want to leave. Of course, the wildlife is a real highlight - especially spending time with the serene mountain gorillas.
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Kayaking group in Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Ryan Cornett
***** Written

Not nearly as active as you would think...

Vietnam is a beautiful country. I would 100% recommend visiting it and I will definitely do so again myself. This trip provides a good opportunity to attempt to squeeze the highlights of the whole country into just a fortnight. The activity levels however are a bit misleading. If you are thinking of booking this trip with the hope of some good trekking/kayaking/cycling etc., you will be massively underwhelmed with the overall activity levels - I would describe the trip as 'leisurely' and certainly not challenging in any way.
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Exodus Response

We are glad that Ryan had a good trip overall. Although this departure followed the trip notes in regards to the activities offered, we are looking into the points that he raises regarding the grading of this trip and, if it is decided that the Moderate/Challenging grade is too high, we will change the grade accordingly.
Temple in Selinunte, Italy
Review posted by Carolyn Baxter
***** Written

Treasures of Sicily

An excellent introduction to the island of Sicily, taking in history, culture, geography/geology and cuisine! It gave me a good idea of what I might want to see again on a return visit.
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Pyramid of Kukulkan, Chichen Itza, Mexico
Review posted by Patricia Ferguson
***** Written

La Ruta Maya

Woah - what a trip. A sensory overload of people, places and culture along with the anticipation of what might appear around the next corner. Whoever put together the route for this tour, definitely did things in the right order. Colonial Antigua (Guatemala) nestling under a ring of volcanoes kick -started things beautifully. We moved smoothly through the cultural gears, visiting vibrant Mayan markets and villages on our way to Mexico and when we saw our first Mayan ruin at Palenque, we knew we'd reached the edge of travel nirvanah. Completing visits to three more Mayan temple sites, with a couple of days R&R on a Carribean Caye, thrown in, the best was saved for last. Tikal was breathtaking. No words can truly describe its majesty. A superb tour combined with a top, top guide. Thank you for something exceptional.
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Great Wall, China
Review posted by Pippa Hyde
***** Written

A fascinating trip

An illuminating and often astonishing introduction to a populous, exponentially developing, hugely impressive but also contradictory country. A week after coming home, I am still processing the experiences and thinking about everything we saw.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Andrew Smith
***** Written

Cycling the Back roads of Sri Lanka

This was my first cycle tour and I am sure to look at doing others!! So that's a great start. Exodus and the team on the ground performed well up to expectations. I loved riding the back roads even the bumpy ones especially with the hundreds of smiles and waves from locals we received most days. I didn't like the various roads "under construction" which obviously is unavoidable but dusty and not much fun - a bit of an endurance test. It is not always possible to go on " Back roads" so this happens. I felt safe 99% of the time unless a red local bus was passing nearby they were worse than Tuk Tuks. I loved the food and fruit - fantastic its best to like curries and vegetables. I loved the achievement of our day climbing to Nurawa Eliya, really tough ,such variable climatic conditions but made it. To finish that day at a retro Plantation owners hotel was really quirky. Our support team and leader made us feel respected and encouraged and they were always ready to assist in any way - fantastic. This is a trip with some tough days, but worth the struggle to have the food the landscape and the overall experience which was positive.
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Terraces of the Colca Canyon, Peru
Review posted by Lynne Box
***** Written

Wonderful but hard work

On this trip you get to see some wonderful things but it is very tiring with lots of very early starts and long coach journeys. The days at altitude are quite draining.
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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Review posted by Dave Willetts
***** Written

Another trip of a lifetime!

Ok, so first things first, this trip isn't for you if you're not happy to travel long distances, have many early starts and put up with dust (we were there in the dry winter months), which gets into places you never realised you had. If you are happy to accept these things you will be treated to an incredible three weeks of wide open landscapes, great game viewing and friendly people. This trip is definitely a journey and whilst I found the first section from Cape Town to Namibia less interesting, at the end of the trip I was so glad it was there as it gave us a real sense of having 'travelled'.
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Walkers on Grand Balcon path, looking towards Mont Blanc, France
Review posted by Robyn Sim
***** Written

Mt Blanc Circuit

A fascinating, varied walk that is very doable if you are reasonably fit. The description of the walk on the web site is good & fits in with what you get.
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