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Number of Reviews: 9275 Overall score: *****
Vernazza, Cinque Terre
***** Written
Walks of the Cinque Terre and Portofino

cinque Terre and Porto Fino BY babs

5
Fantastic trip on the LIGURIA coast north of Pisa. Every day the walks showed different aspects of this stunning landscape. Walks through forests ( good in the heat) along terraced vineyards, olive groves and old mule tracks. Stopping at the famous Cinque Terre villages for lunch that jut out into the azure sea on rocky promontaries. After a day walking feast on delicious seafood and local ligurian wines. Get to the start of walks using the local trains that show you glimpses of sea inbetween tunnels.
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Making local friends, Trinidad, Cuba
***** Written
Cuba: La Isla Grande

Isla grande..Cuba 2015

4
I think it would be very difficult to see so much of Cuba in 2 weeks by any other means. Of course, this implies a lot of travelling and living out of a suitcase which may not suit everybody. I really felt we had seen a lot of the "real" Cuba , both positive and negative. I was shocked by the living conditions in Baracoa, for example, but impressed by the way people dealt with their conditions, with beautifully turned out schoolchildren, and the pleasantness and welcome displayed by the people. Our guide was fantastic, good humoured, kind and always at hand ..by no means a 9 to 5 job. He was so enthusiastic and clearly loved his country.
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Looking out to sea from the Walk of the Gods, Italy
***** Written
Walking The Amalfi Coast

Walking The Amalfi Coast

5
Amazing scenery, great company, Christine our wonderful guide, exceptional family run Hotel. Walk is classed as Leisurely/Moderate but realised once there that it is Moderate walking at a Leisurely pace (depending on your group). To enjoy the walk you would need an element of general fitness, this is due to the descent and ascents and numerous steps. But it is perfectly 'doable' as our lovely guide Christine would say. At the end of the week we really felt as though we had achieved something.
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Canoe ride down the Amazon, Tambopata Reserve, Peru
***** Written
Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

Amazon Rainforest and the Inca Trail

5
This is the first trip I have taken with Exodus and couldn't have wished for a better company.Nothing was too much trouble.we started our trip in Lima where we met our wonderful guide for the whole trip.Holgar gave us a. Fascinating tour or downtown Lima telling us all the history and suggested places for meals.there was no obligation to join the group if you didn't wish to do so.the next 3 days were spent in the Amazon and we had 2 more guides to tell us about the jungle.On arrival in the jungle our adventure began.It was dark and wellies were donned for our night walk in the dense jungle where we were introduced to the beautiful insects and sounds .Be prepared for the high humidity and cold showers!There is no electric in the lodges only candle light but it added to the experience!On the second day we were woken up at 3 am to go by boat to see the Macaws which was a beautiful site.the guides Uri and Leo were very helpful and knew lots of info about the jungle.On day 3 I had a little accident which resulted in an injury on my toe.This required medical attention once back in Cusco.Holgar was extremely helpful in arranging this and handled the situation well.After our jungle adventure it was on to Cusco where you need to take it easy and acclimatise.Its a beautiful city with lots to see.again Holgar recommended a lovely restaurant.After 2 days in Cusco we were all getting prepared for the Inca trail.It is tough and you need to be fit especially for the second day climbing up to 4,200 metres up to Dead woman's pass.We had 2 guides on our trek one at the fro t and Monica who stayed at the back.the walk was taken steadily and there were lots of rest breaks on the way.Monica was fantastic as I struggled with the steps going down to camp on the second day and she even stopped to give me a massage on my legs !id certainly recommend using poles as I couldn't do it without them.On day 3 we walked on the original Inca steps going down 1,000 metres which is hard if you have dodgy knees.the whole experience was amazing and the scenery was jaw dropping.On reaching the sun gate and seeing Machu Picchu for the first time was quite an emotional experience knowing you reached the end and seeing the site was amazing.Our group decided to stay in an hotel for the last night instead of camping for a much needed shower although I surprisingly enjoyed the camping.the porters and chefs were wonderful and food was like Michelin star!for the last part of our trip we visited Puno and Lake Titicaca for our home stay.the people and the islands were beautiful .The homestay was an humbling experience .there were 4 of us who stayed in Floras house and she made us feel most welcome and I felt like I'd made a friend at the end of it.The whole holiday was like 3 different holidays in one and I really enjoyed all the different experiences.the only fault I could find was all the tipping as we were encouraged to tip all the many guides ,drivers boat men ,cooks and porters.I think this should be taken out in the cost of the holiday as it can be embarrassing if you find you are short of money.Overall the trip was amazing and Exodus had got it just right.Be prepared for lots of early starts and lots of travelling but it was wort it. We will have lots of happy memories for years to come!
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Canoe ride down the Amazon, Tambopata Reserve, Peru
***** Written
Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

5
What an amazing trip! I'd spoken with a friend who'd done this very trip a few years ago but, even still, it exceeded all my expectations. We hardly stopped the whole time but we had a great group and everyone got on really well. So many highlights that it's difficult to pick out anything in particular.
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Walking on Etna, Italy
***** Written
Sicilian Volcanoes

Enjoyable but misgraded

3
This is an enjoyable trip in a beautiful part of the world. A reasonably fit person would have no difficulty on this trip - don't be put off by the grading. I would have said leisurely/moderate rather than moderate/challenging. Note that there is a lot of free time on the trip - which you can spend sightseeing, lazing on the beach or in a bar. I have thought quite a bit about how to grade the trip but in the end I have given it an overall grade of Good. I have marked it down because I feel the difficulty grading is too low and without the optional walks it would pretty much be a sightseeing/beach holiday.
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Roped-up ridge scramble, Aitana Massif, Spain
***** Written
Sierra de Aitana Mixed Activity

First Time Travelling Alone

5
My week in Aitana was my first time travelling alone and my first 'adventure holiday'. I cannot recommend this trip highly enough. Although I had a high level of general fitness, I didn't have much experience with rock climbing before this trip and I was a bit concerned but Jose, the tour leader, and Jaime were both amazing teachers and by the end of my first climb I was already enjoying myself and ready to face the next challenge. There was a variety of activities so I got to try lots of new things like sea kayaking, rock climbing and reaching the summit of my first mountain as well as being able to relax on the beach or by the pool in the evenings.
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