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We’re delighted by the number of people who take the time to leave a trip review on our website when they come back from their holiday. It’s a great way to help prospective travellers decide if it’s the right trip for them. We wanted to find out what our clients’ top ten favourite Exodus holidays are, so here's a selection based on the highest scoring reviews.

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12 week old leopard cubThis safari embodies many fantastic wildlife images and does it in superb style – a classic safari in a classic destination.
"If you want to take wildlife photos in the Mara, this is the Safari to be on. Early morning starts to catch sunrise and early activity and stay out while there are photos to be taken. Excellent camp and first class dining to enjoy at days end. The Kenyan staff are wonderful, being absolutely professional and great fun as well, Game drivers are the best we have used in over 10 years coming to Kenya."

Peter Mason

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Descending Mt YariClimb two of Japan’s most famous peaks – Mt Fuji and Mt Yarigatake – and take time to explore the enigma of Japan’s culture in Tokyo and Kyoto. "Brilliant trip - Japan is such an amazing country. From hiking in beautiful Mt Yarigatake, shrine hopping in Kyoto, to singing karaoke tunes in small village bars, I cannot recommend this trip enough. Japan is a place where everywhere you turn and look you will find something that grabs your attention and amazes you. The Japanese people are so friendly."

Michael Medves

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The Ubari dunes area Sahara desert, Libya

An exciting adventure which takes you into the heart of the Sahara Desert and to enjoy some of Libya’s archaeological treasures including the extensive sites at Leptis Magna and Sabratha.
"The whole experience of visiting Libya is very special. For me the great highlight was the time spent in the Fezzan, careering across super-sized sand dunes in our 'Japanese Camel', stopping off at a sudden oasis in the middle of the sand sea, viewing rock art created thousands of years ago and hidden away for almost as long, watching the sun rise over the incomparable Jebel Acacus and sleeping out under the stars in a place where light pollution would have to be explained."

Diana Whitty

 

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Tiger, Ranthambore, IndiaFor anyone with an interest in India but especially wildlife and photographic enthusiasts eager to see the tiger in its natural environment, plus a game of cricket!
"An incredible holiday in every respect. The tigers were magnificent, the group was fantastic, the food was amazing and I have now run out of superlatives to describe everything else. When I saw my first tiger. It was a very emotional experience to feel so totally priviledged. It was the alpha-male whom Paul hadn't seen for 5 years. He was rolling on his back like a big pussy cat but when I looked at the size of his paws I was dumb struck. Couldn't actually take any photos for a while as tears were streaming down my face.The cricket match was also a highlight. The enthusiasm those kids had for their game was great. Everyone put their whole heart into it and it was good to see what the money from previous years has done."

Val Berry

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Mountain gorilla in forest, Park du Volcanes, RwandaA wildlife extravaganza in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. Highlights include the Great Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru and the Masai Mara in Kenya plus close up encounters with gorillas in Rwanda.
"Spending time with the gorillas was a lifelong dream and the most moving experience of my life. I wanted to do this trip when I heard David Attenborough say that the most memorable animal experience he had was with gorillas. So my expectations were very high and I was not disappointed at all."

Troy Coyle

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Polar bear leaping across ice floesSail to 80 degrees north, well beyond the Arctic Circle, around the island of Spitsbergen, where snow-draped mountains rise high above the pack ice.
"Having had a superb trip to Antarctica in 2008 I didn’t think that Spitzbergen would match up. How wrong I was! There's no long sea passage across the Drake Passage for starters, but the landscape was equally stunning (though less snow and ice in late July) and the wildlife was simply astonishing. Our 24 hours in the ice field under blazing sun with polar bears right next to our ship encompassed some of the best wildlife viewing I have ever had."

Jackie Freshfield

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Group close to Lac Blanc above Chamonix Valley, looking at the Mont Blanc MassifSpend two weeks walking in some of Europe’s most dramatic scenery, circumnavigating the soaring peak of Mont Blanc and visiting three countries.
"There are so many ‘inspirational moments’ on this trip. Just the sheer size of the Mont Blanc Massif from all angles with glaciers, cloud lining the summits, snow-topped mountains, beautiful scenery every day of the trek (helped of course by good weather at the right times!). Crossing the borders from France to Switzerland then Switzerland to Italy then completing the loop back into France was quite amazing! The tarts en route were divine!!"

Richard Byers

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Cheetah cubExperience all the excitement of game viewing in Kenya including unrivalled plains game viewing in the Masai Mara. Departures in August and September coincide with the great migration season where you have the opportunity to witness the spectacle of thousands of wildebeest travelling across the landscape.
"This was my first African safari and it exceeded my already-high expectations in every aspect and element. After 50 years of reading and watching programmes about African wildlife, my only disappointment is that it has taken me this long to make the trip."

Kevin Tillett

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Machu Picchu, PeruThe perfect introduction to the incredible diversity of Peru, whilst travelling in style using our best hotels. You’ll take in some of the country’s most iconic sites including the Nazca Lines, Lake Titicaca, the Colca Canyon and of course Machu Picchu.
"Wow! This was a full-on holiday that exceeded our expectations. We saw so much! It was all interesting and amazing; we both enjoyed every minute. I don't think I can speak highly enough about it to do it justice!"

Julie Roberts

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Group on Uhuru Peak, KilimanjaroSummit Africa's highest mountain on the quiet and less demanding Rongai Route.
"Very enjoyable, harder than I thought. I was lucky to have such nice people and guides in my group. I would certainly recomend this trip. Food was amazing considering the circumstances. Organisation was very good. I would recomend the trip to Arusha national park, just half day but seeing the animals was fantastic."

Neil Houlton

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