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Number of Reviews: 8155 Overall score: *****
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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Fitzroy Massif, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina
Review posted by Teen Fon Hiew
***** Written

Stunning Patagonia

Had the most wonderful weather and the views are stunningly beautiful beyond words! Most enjoyable hikes in both TDP and Fitz Roy areas as expected. Estancia El Condor is a little gem and a nice way to end the trip.
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Views whilst walking the Singalila Ridge, India
Review posted by Sallie Hage
***** Written

Darjeeling, Sikkim and the Singalila Ridge

This was a wonderful trek and very well guided by Mr Dilip and his team. We were a larger than usual group (17 in all) but there was much support all round and we all enjoyed the amazing Himalayan panorama that was always very evident during the days of trekking.
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Feluccas sailing on the Nile, Egypt
Review posted by Danny Croft
***** Written

Lovely Holiday

Had a lovely nine days travelling through Egypt. I would definitely recommend it. It's a busy trip, but never exhausting. You can always just skip things if you just want to chill out by the pool, there's no pressure at all. Safety was clearly paramount for Exodus and it was appreciated. My partner and I felt safe all throughout the trip, so much so we didn't have any worries what so ever.
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Feluccas sailing on the Nile, Egypt
Review posted by Thomas Hayhoe
***** Written

A treat for anyone with the slightest interest in the past

This a great trip, combining "bucket list" sightseeing with a passionate and knowledgeable guide and time to chill cruising up the Nile.
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Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Nora Gordon
***** Written

Kerala and tropical India 8/22Nov

Much stunning scenery. Too much cycling on busy roads. Bike gears too high for the otherwise fun climb up to Ooty. Enjoyed the low key visit to the driver's family farm at Wildhaven. Would have enjoyed more visits to local industries. eg tea factory,coir carpet making,sugar and rubber processing . Space for these could have been provided by reducing temple visiting times.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Joanne Joanne
***** Written

Land of the Tigers

This trip was everything the trip notes described and more. It gave exciting wildlife encounters; an introduction to the culture of the country and visits to iconic sites such as the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Dehli city sights. It was action packed from start to finish and not for those who like a leisurely rise in the morning and lounge around the pool. Days started at 5.00am for the game drives and there were some long and rough journeys, but they only added to the adventure. If cities are not your thing, the time in Agra and Delhi were more than enough and an assault of colour smell and noise on the senses, contrasted with the beauty and peace of the game reserves.
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Okavango Delta
Review posted by Dafydd Huw
***** Written

Wonderful Wildlife of Botswana

This trip certainly delivered with regard to the quantity and quality of wildlife viewing with the help of the knowledgeable guides.
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Group on camels, Merzouga, Morocco
Review posted by Andrew Dann
***** Written


Fabulous trip. Really got an insight into the history and culture of morrocco. Some long days travelling, but there is no way around that on a trip of this sort. Came away with happy memories and admiration for the workmanship of the craftspeople making fabulous items that I would love to own.
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