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Here at Exodus we thrive on feedback from our customers. It's the only way we can ensure our trips continue to be the best they can be. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of the trip you're interested in, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

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Number of Reviews: 8150 Overall score: *****
Locals in conical hats looking out over Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Roland Ellison
***** Written

Vietnam Adventure

Fantastic fascinating country. Excellent cuisine. Lovely scenery. Nice mixed age group. A wonderful mixture of travel, culture, food, entertainment, and a bit of beach time thrown in to boot.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Kathy Stockton
***** Written

Understanding Myanmar

Myanmar is very devoutly Buddhist country. The Buddhist faith permeates every aspect of their society. Bearing this in mind, the tour emphasis is heavy on the temples. Though I respect and admire the Burmese's faith and devotion, personally, I found the sameness of all these temples a bit tiresome. In my opinion, bright spots were U Bein Bridge, and Inle Lake. The Burmese people were gracious, lovely, and hospitable. Go there, if for no other reason than to meet them.
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Trekking to Thyangboche, Everest Basecamp trek, Nepal
Review posted by JOHN MELLOR
***** Written

Trip of a lifetime !

Words, almost fail me to describe how wonderful my trip to Everest Base Camp was. This was a lifelong ambition of mine to visit/see Mt Everest. The group that I was part of were so friendly, from the moment I met them on the plane from London to Delhi, a very interesting mixture of talents and experiences, who provided extraordinary encouragement, and joviality throughout the tour. The scenery was second to none, the accommodation, better than I had expected, and the food was good, yet basic but plentiful. Everyday produced more and more highlights, I often thought that I would run out of superlatives to describe my thoughts and inner feelings. My perspective and outlook on life has been changed forever and I cannot wait to return to the area again.
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Taj Mahal, India
Review posted by Nigel Galloway
***** Written

HIGHLIGHT OF NORTHERN INDIA

A very good short introduction to Northern India. A long time is spent on travelling but the variety of sites and experiences balances this out.
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Desert elephants
Review posted by Nigel Martin
***** Written

4WD Desert Explorer

Yes, a good trip, but be prepared for some very long days on the bus with few opportunities for exercise: you cannot go far if there are lion / elephant nearby! The problem is that safari drives merge into trips to take you from A to B, so 8/9 hours on the bus is not exceptional.
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Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Cambodia
Review posted by Diane Tams
***** Written

AOA - Cambodia Adventure

What a great holiday, wonderful tour guide (Pheap). Visited different parts of Cambodia, much of which seemed to still be unspoilt by tourism. From the deserted beaches of the south west to the traumatic tales of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge and then the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat and surroundings. The overwhelming memory will however be the Cambodian people, so friendly, smiling and welcoming.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Stephen Sinnhuber
***** Written

A whiz round Jordan

Busy schedule but very good. Highlight is of course Petra and it lives up to expectations. This trip involved quite a lot of bus riding. The camping was not as remote as I expected as we were near a road but it was much more comfortable than I expected too. If you are a bible follower I expect this would be a must do trip. Our group were a great bunch and more than anything this made the trip fun. We have all kept in touch since.
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Kayaking group in Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Didier Cuny
***** Written

omg

What a vacation. Non stop adventure from the hills north west of Hanoi down to the Mekong Delta. You will feel like a true adventurer even if all the checking in and checking out and transfers happen seamlessly thanks to your guide and you often have the option of a massage in your hotel or a dip in the pool.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Jackie Underwood
***** Written

Cycling Sri Lanka

Well organised cycle tour around the none tourist areas of Sri Lanka. Unfortunately we had poor weather for 14 days and this could easily have been a wash out. However, the trip was rescued by our guide Suresh and his team, who still made the holiday enjoyable despite the conditions.
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