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We receive huge volumes of positive feedback from clients praising their tour leader, and we wanted to give our leaders the credit they deserve. When you return from your Exodus holiday(s) during 2014 we'd like you to ponder for a minute about whether your tour leader was the 'Best of the Best'? If your leader made your trip special and managed to send you home with a huge mental grin and a newly found enthusiasm for the country or area you visited, then we would like to hear about it!

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Number of Reviews: 7847 Overall score: *****
Four Masai giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Judy Robinson
***** Written

Gorillas and Masai Mara

Amazing wildlife viewing with really close encounters both on the Masai Mara and in Rwanda. A fairly busy trip but without the added stress of having to do camp chores all the time. Life in the truck can be chaotic at times - patience and good humour essential. Go during the migration period and see more animals than you thought possible. Highly recommended if wildlife viewing is your priority.
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Looking out to sea from the Walk of the Gods, Italy
Review posted by Maryse Bonduelle
***** Written

Walking the Amalfi cost

Very nice combination of walking and culture. Good organisation. Different type of walks. Relaxed group atmosphere. Modest hotel, good comfort, but food could be better quality
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Looking out to sea from the Walk of the Gods, Italy
***** Written

Walking the Amalfi cost

Very nice combination of walking and culture. Good organisation. Different type of walks. Relaxed group atmosphere. Modest hotel, good comfort, but food could be better quality
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Exodus group in Cappadocia, Turkey
Review posted by Paula Evans
***** Written

walking in cappadoccia

Really good holiday, Fantastic scenery and setting. Hotel nice with friendly staff. Lovely to see the animals. A nice place to wander round on your own without getting hassled or lost.
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Zanzibar Island, Tanzania
Review posted by Angela Mather
***** Written

Kenya, Tanzania, zanibar

Very well organised and enjoyable trip. The cook was amazing, everything was kept so clean and hygienic. The driver always made you feel safe and the leader was one of the best I have travelled with.
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Town square, Amalfi, Italy
Review posted by Vittoria Doyle
***** Written

Amalfi Coast sightseeing tour.

A very busy week seeing all the important things on the amalfi coast whilst based in a lovely hotel in tge mountains.
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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Review posted by Sean Kenny
***** Written

Victoria Falls to Cape Town lodge based

We had just the best time, our initial expectations were blown apart with so many exciting and diverse experiences. We had very early starts but we were glad to go to bed to sleep so we didnt miss a minute of anything the next day. Never a dull moment! we saw the Big Five, mind blowing! The Namibian desert was unbelievable such an unforgiving stark environment! and we went there and survived! I could write a book on all the experiences on this trip, we definitely won't be short of dinner part stories for a long long time.
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Views on the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by Alan Gelson
***** Written

A walk through one of the world's most beautiful places

We were fortunate in having sunshine every day . We were able to see the Mont Blanc massif at its very best- a glorious vision of splendour . This is a journey i would urge anyone who enjoys walking in the mountains to undertake. It is challenging but with a good level of fitness it is not daunting.
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Four Masai giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Lorraine Stevenson
***** Written

Exodus the preferred choice for Asperbers

I would have rated the trip as excellent but for the fact that exodus policy does not warn people that you would be traveling with someone with Aspergers, this is a condition on the autism spectrum that means the person social skills. I refer to Andrew Martin 14/10/76 who has been on 16 exodus holidays and was immediately noticed to have issues - this means exodus was aware of the situation and would certainly have known through the medical disclosure form. The first night meeting in response to food allergies he loudly stated 'I don't like duck' and when another member of the group responded it was unlikely to be an issue he rudely snapped at them. This resulted in silence descending uon the group and people splitting off. As a single traveller I was lucky to be invited by a couple to go on there truck for the safari- the plan being to find a group of 6 to avoid needing to deal with Aspergers. Even once this had been decided he expected us to sort where he was going to go, it was politely pointed out either of the other 2 trucks. The 1st night dinner he sat beside me and 2 others and was incredibly rude, having read my name of the list he was claiming a photographic memory and continued the trip by shouting out my full name for no apparent reason. I tried to simply avoid him for the duration of the trip. Another client accidentally brushed against him and he told his girlfriend that if he did it again he would 'f**king punch him', another symptom of Aspergers is the person doesn't like being touched. He has had a cough for most of the trip and just before the gorilla's threatened to cough in my face. These lack of social skills made it difficult for the group to gel and our only saving grace was he retired early most nights so we could sit, have a conversation and enjoy the evening. Others on the trip had dealt with special needs children as part of the job and had encountered this with Exodus trips, needless to say no-one was impressed by having to do it again - myself included. On my 2 previous Exodus trips someone with Aspergers had been on the trip it was only on this trip the condition was explained to me. Exodus should consider an Aspergers only trip or warn people and they can choose an alternative trip/company.
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