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Number of Reviews: 9619 Overall score: *****
Amboise at sunset, France
***** Written
Cycling in the Loire Valley

Loire Valley Route

4
An easy to follow route through quiet country roads and villages. Only two minor hills en route. Lots of pretty countryside, nice views and places to see en route. Luggage was always at destination on arrival making the whole trip really easy.
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Gullfoss waterfall, Iceland
***** Written
Iceland Walking Explorer

TSF 150801 - Iceland Fantastic !

5
This was a super trip that didn't disappoint in any area. It did exactly what it said in the itinerary. The scenery was fantastic we had a mixed bunch of nationalities and ages, 3 in their 60's and everyone managed the walks. Weather! it was summer in Iceland for UKs this means Autumn / winter temperatures so 3 season sleeping bag and thermals on two nights, merino layers great during the day warmest 150 / 190 coldest 150+190+320 (others wore their tech tops and fleeces) one walk the weather came in and warm jackets came out, covered in light ice shower. Photos - fantastic picture postcards of glaciers, mountains, waterfalls. This is camping to be willing to wash up, need to put tents up and down in the rain - tents generally remained wet throughout but luckily rain was in the night or days when we were travelling. Food - plenty of food its surprising what can be cooked in two large pots on the camp burners. prepare to queue for showers - but iceland facilities were clean and plenty of HOT water. Scenery varied - lava fields, pretty towns, farmland, snow and puffins, bubbling sulphur landscape…..take advantage of the nature baths. Don't forget a warm jacket to sit around in the evenings…I did :-(….. despite the summer you will be walking across snow and streams make sure your boots are waterproofed…….sliding down the snow may be quicker than walking….! Our guide was a star.
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Locals in conical hats looking out over Halong Bay, Vietnam
***** Written
Vietnam Adventure

A fantastic country

5
A whirlwind tour of an engaging and fascinating country. The pace and variety means that you are constantly seeing and experiencing new sights and sensations. This is a well constructed tour that takes in many of the key experiences of this wonderful country. It would be impossible to see so much if you were travelling independently.
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Lake Garda, Italy
***** Written
Bolzano, Verona & Venice Self-Guided Ride

Dolomites to Venice

4
An extremely enjoyable trip overall. Loved riding through the vineyards, past the Venezian Villas, alongside the river. Accommodation basic but suitable. Missing the pizza already!
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Canoeing on the River Sella
***** Written
Picos Mixed Activity Week

Picos in August

5
Superb holiday with some wonderful new friends. Hotel was excellent with spectacular views of the Picos, and 4 course food worthy of a Michelin star. Canyoning, gorge walking and hiking were excellent. Canoeing was at an easy level in what is a very busy river in August. Cycling along the coastal path was just right, with the chance to see different scenery. Javi our guide was brilliant as were the other supporting staff. Highly recommended.
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Walking in Trins, Austria
***** Written
Trins the Austrian Tyrol

A Perfect Walking Holiday in the Alps

5
This was my first solo trip and my first with Exodus. I was very anxious about traveling alone for the first time, but my fears were quickly put at a ease. Bob and Chris were there waiting for us coming out of arrivals and in no time we were comfortably seated on our couch to beautiful Trins. I have not done mountain walking before, so the first day's moderate walk was a bit of a challenge! Each day's walk was different, allowing us to experience a variety of sublime Alpine views. The group was great. About half were solo like myself. Nearly everyone had travelled with Exodus before. I loved hearing about all of their travels. One person had been on 32 Exodus trips-been all over the world! Amazing!
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Angel Falls, Venezuela
***** Written
The Lost World & Angel Falls

One day in Venezuela

5
It was my birthday on the 13th August, it started at 4am with the local guide turning on the generator and the two lights came on to illuminate 14 swinging hammocks; some slept well some didn’t. We’d gone to bed at about 8pm listening to the downpour of rain and the lightening show, we had all hoped for this, to fuel the waterfall. We started with coffee and cake and at 4:30am we were off. We crossed the river and the walk began step by step over black roots, pink stones and orange water pools. The humidity hit several in the group as we gradually climbed, sweet dripping, but the goal was deep in our minds. And then all of a sudden a break in the trees and we got our first view of the Angel Falls. Blue sky and wispy clouds above, and below the falls waters full, crashing down to spray into a perfect rainbow as the early morning light hit the pink and orange cliff face. Perfect, we all stopped for a second and gazed in amazement, silence. We then swapped cameras and took the obligatory pictures before a further walk closer to the base and stripped to swimmers for a careful refreshing swim in the falls lower waterfall pool, strong currents but so refreshing. Then back to the camp for a real breakfast of eggs and corn breads. We then paired up and boarded the long boat for a 4hr return journey down the river and rapids, rain forest trees and Tepuy cliffs surrounding us, the sunny warming us up after every comical soaking as we moved through each rapid. The race was then on to get back to the hotel for a three course lunch of soup, fish and caramel custard. With full stomachs and hearts we separated to swim in the bay, sort bags, walk in the village, read, relax and have a hot shower. We re-joined for dinner and several of us went on to the local club in an open wooden shack with the seven waterfalls as a back drop to end the evening salsa dancing till midnight aided by a couple of rums!! This is one of my most memorable birthdays (or days) ever...
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