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Number of Reviews: 8935 Overall score: *****
Group shot at the top of the Col des Muandes, France
Review posted by Toby Brown
***** Written
Snowshoeing in the Nevache Valley

Nevache Valley 2015

4
Great trip, very glad i took a risk and went. Yves our guide was truly excellent, and i loved learning about the mountains through his guidance. It was challenging in parts, but scenery was breathtaking.
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Group shot at the top of the Col des Muandes, France
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Snowshoeing in the Nevache Valley

Nevache snowshoeing

5
Excellent trip, rewarded with some spectacular views. Yves the guide was brilliant and made the most of the days that we had good snow conditions and sunshine. All the mountain huts were located in remote and beautiful locations.
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Children sightseeing, Petra, Jordan
Review posted by Nicola Harpin
***** Written
The Lost City of Petra

The Lost City of Petra

4
Most definitely a holiday to remember. Our guide, Zuhair was excellent and given the constraints placed upon him by Exodus, the trip was on the whole an ideal way to travel to the region with a young family. The main disappointment was the lack of genuinely local experiences. The shops we stopped at were of the service station variety. The restaurants we ate at were of the chips and coke variety. The Bedouins we took tea with were happy to welcome us as part of a steady stream of tourists passing through their tent, where commercial goods were available to buy as you exited. The trip was fun and extremely well organised but smacked of a commercially focussed enterprise and not as an opportunity to experience the real Jordan. Visits to Petra (make sure you include the additional walk to the Monastry. The walk up the steps is as memorable as the experience at the top) and the river Jordan site are a must, along with the Wadi Rum desert experience. Aqaba however did not add anything, other than cost, to our trip. We couldn't shake the very loud western pop music, even on the boat trip. An insufficient number of childrens lifejackets (we only found this out mid journey) and no snorkelling equipment for children, proved without doubt that this was an 18-30 party boat and not a family enterprise. The best experience we had of the real Jordan was our last night in Amman. Jump in a taxi, head down town and just drink in the city. Souks, shisha, hustle & bustle and super shops for spices, sweets etc and tea at Café Jafra is a must. Enjoy the stress free, well organised and efficient guided tour, but make the most of the "unscheduled" hours of the trip to see Jordan, beyond the tour bus.
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Camel trek in the Sahara
Review posted by Nicholas Bear
***** Written
Tunisia Explorer

Tunisia Explorer

4
A really good introduction to Tunisia. We arrived just a week after the Bardo Museum attack, but I never felt in danger, due in large part to the relaxed nature of our tour leader, and the care with which the population takes of it's tourists.
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Annarpuna sanctuary, stream and valley, Nepal
Review posted by Colin Bell
***** Written
Annapurna Sanctuary

Annapurna Sanctuary

4
Great adventure with excellent local guides and porters. The Nepalese people are a delight - so friendly, honest and helpful, especially in the mountains.
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Walking in Wadi Rum, Jordan
Review posted by Dan Bachmann
***** Written
Petra & Wadi Rum Trek

trip of a lifetime

5
Without this trip, my wife and I would not have wandered for 4 days in a desert, climbed rock bridges or had a stress free time of worrying about a campsite, food and water. Having a support vehicle for sleeping bags, tent, food and water aren't cheating when it comes to desert travel - camels would have been used for the desert trekkers even before Biblical times.
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