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Number of Reviews: 8638 Overall score: *****
Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Suzanne Kaller
***** Written

My Worst Cycling Holiday!

A year and a half ago, I took a cycling tour in Kerala with Exodus. It was absolutely awful. The accommodations were poor, the route was poorly planned, roads were dangerous (poor conditions or lots of crazy traffic) and the majority of the participants became ill from the food. I noticed that the guides would use old-fashioned pedals while riding through town centers and would change to clip-less pedals where it was more safe. Why weren't we warned? In sharp contrast, I had biked in Costa Rica with Exodus with Kevin Hill. His tours are very carefully planned and organized. The hotels are perfect. His routes reflect his attention to details and desire that the participants see the best of Costa Rica. As a result of my negative experience in Kerala, I will never trust Exodus again! It's a shame.
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Aerial view of the Citadelle Laferrière, Haiti
Review posted by Colette Whitehouse
***** Written

Haiti Revealed

A great trip for those looking to get more from a Caribbean destination than just sun, sea, sand and rum cocktails (although all of those are on offer too!). A heady mix of culture, music, history, sights, wildlife, interesting people and fantastic food.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Bernard Pereira
***** Written

Discover Burma AON150208

This was an excellent trip giving a fascinating insight into a country emerging from international isolation. The friendliness and dignity of the Burmese people shone through all of our experiences.
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On the move, Pallas-Yllas N.P, Finland
Review posted by Eleanor Webb
***** Written

Epiphany

This was possibly the besterestest holiday I have ever been on. The dogs are very special: not pets, but pack-dogs and working dogs. They are sweet-natured, enigmatic, focussed and completely beguiling. The landscape is open spaces and frozen forests, where you understand how Nordic minds might have been inspired with trolls, dwarves and moomins.
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Dogsled in deep fresh snow, Finland
Review posted by Penny Dimond
***** Written

A wonderful winter family adventure

An action packed snowy adventure enjoyed by mum, dad and 2 boys (11 and 8) in the stunning Finish countryside. This holiday gave us the opportunity to try shoe shoeing, cross country skiing, ice climbing, sledging, building snow homes, downhill skiing, exploring the countryside with huskies, learning about reindeer farming and sledging, in a wonderful environment with home cooked tasty food, new friends and a sauna and hot tub to relax in. Seeing the Northern Lights twice was a real bonus too.
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Spectacular day at Machu Picchu, Peru
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

The Inca Trail Dec 2014

Wonderful trip, it's hard going (especially Day 2) but worth the effort! We were with a great group and we all got on so well immediately. Wonderful encouragement along the trek for each other. Tour leader was brilliant. Accommodation in Cuzco was very good, the camping experience not to be missed, tents were fine, porters amazing guys, the food fantastic, wonderful scenery on the trek. Kept having to pinch myself that I was actually on the Inca Trail!!
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Snowshoeing uphill
Review posted by Sally Fowler
***** Written

Snowshoeing in Albania

Snowshoeing in Albania was excellent. Blue skies led to some stunning images of snow of the Valbone valley and surrounding mountains. Snowshoeing was good with local information about each area was very informative.Lots of happy people ready to help ensure our holiday was fantastic.
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Mount Kenya, Batian Peak, Kenya
Review posted by Vinay Mohan
***** Written

Epic!

As a first-time high-altitude climber, I went into this trek with some trepidation. It is definitely the toughest physical and mental challenge I've encountered so far. However, loads of amazing views along the way, friendly local guides and excellent company made this trek enjoyable despite various challenges. The difficulty rating is pretty spot on and this trek needs some prior training if not actual experience. A must-do adventure and a great way to see Africa for the first time.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
Review posted by Andrew Tim
***** Written

Highly recommended

This is a very varied trip - lots of different scenery (mountains, jungle, colonial towns, pacific and caribbean coasts, lakes, islands, volcanos), wildlife (toucans, sloths, coatimundi, agouti, crocodiles, iguanas, monkeys...), cultures (the three countries are noticeably different from each other), food, ... there's something for everyone here. Unless you don't like cycling, that is...!
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Group snowshoeing in the Rodopi Mountains, Bulgaria
Review posted by Erica Stott
***** Written

Wild Bulgaria - a revelation

Never having been to Bulgaria before, we didn't really know what to expect. However we were attracted to this holiday because of the variety it offered. Although we had freezing temperatures, the holiday well surpassed our expectations. We were kept active with beautiful mountain walks; yet we also managed to see interesting architecture in Plovdiv, go on an animal safari, before having a swim in the luxury spa hotel in Devin, visit some astonishing caves in the Rodopi, have half a day in Sofia and see an ancient monastery. On top of all that there was a cookery lesson and local singing and dancing in Yagodina.. There was just so much to this break. Although the snow wasn't deep enough for snowshoeing, the scenery looked like a wonderful winter wonderland and we had the whole area to ourselves. We had an excellent guide who shared her extensive knowledge of the area and people with us, and we were also accompanied on most of our walks by a good- natured village hunting dog. Everywhere we stayed we had great food and accommodation and the hotel staff in Yagodina were particulary welcoming and friendly.
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