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Number of Reviews: 32 Overall score: *****
Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

This was our first ever Exodus trip and we were most impressed with every aspect of it. It was an excellent introduction to the three countries.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

This trip across three countries is diverse, interesting and challenging. It has opened my eyes to the real world of Central America, and has left me with a greater understanding of the countries through which we have travelled. It has also challenged my fitness, which has also had a cleansing effect on my cluttered mind. I would recommend it wholeheartedly. It has been an amazing holiday.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

Fantastic holiday, good varied itinerary, challenging in the heat but good support, can highly recommend this trip if you like seeing lots of wildlife, great scenery and lovely food!
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

Brilliant way to see aspects of three countries in a part of the world of which I knew almost nothing.A lovely blend of cycling, wildlife trip, and genuine holiday (good company, very comfortable accommodation, good food, plenty to drink).
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

Standard of certain hotels were much below expectations of a Premium Trip
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Exodus Response

The hotels that we use on the Premium departure of this trip are the best options available to us in each location visited when taking into account our group requirements. We need to use lodgings that can cater for a group of up to 16 passengers plus our support team of 4. This does leave us with a fairly limited choice in comparison to countries with a more established tourism infrastructure, but still enables us to successfully run Premium departures with a higher than usual standard of accommodation. The descriptions that we give of hotels are all honest and certainly not intended to be misleading in any way.

The concept of efficient customer service as we know it is still in its infancy in some Central American destinations meaning that some processes experienced at restaurants and hotels can be understandably frustrating. We have developed long lasting relationships with various restaurants/cafes en route which enable us to spend a relatively short amount of time ordering and paying for lunches for a group of our size. A bit of flexibility is built into the itinerary in order to allow for delays as well as local conditions and client preferences on how long is spent dining.

The focus of the trip is upon cycling, and as a lot of ground is covered through three countries this understandably makes up the vast majority of the activity time. The only way to include more time in National Parks looking for wildlife would be to shorten certain biking stages and increase the amount of time spent in transit on road transfers – something that I feel the majority of our clients would disapprove of in this case.

Some beach time is available on Ometepe Island (Lake Nicaragua), at Playa Marsella (Pacific Coast en route to San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua), Black Beach (Cahuita, Costa Rica). Plus a full day at Bocas del Toro (Panama) during the free day on Day 11 where beautiful beaches can be visited on an excursion from the hotel.

A range of feedback from other group members has been received which we will be reviewing as always in conjunction with our local operator in Central America. We are of course grateful for all client input as it helps us to continuously evaluate and refine how our trips are designed.

Adam – Product Manager for Costa Rica
Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

This was the best holiday my husband and I ever experienced.   We feel in love with cycling, met so many great like-minded people.  It was the trip of a lifetime.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

A sensational and "safe" way to see the best of Central America by bicycle. You are immersed in the scenery, people and wildlife of the region from the moment you arrive, and are looked after with respect and concern throughout the journey, whilst still maintaining your own independence as much as possible.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

Ridiculously amazing!  If you want to see Central America off the beaten track, be refreshed by the wonders of the animals, birds, volcanos, amazing cycling and a perfect end every day with a body of water and cocktail waiting, then this is the trip for you.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA & PANAMA

very professional and a great experienceKevin Hill  is a wonderful operater, and his team are really slick and love what they do.group travel just dosnt get any better than this trip
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
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CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

My fourth Exodus cycling holiday and it was by far the best.  Well organised, great people, great locations, good choices of restaurants, fantastic scenery - volcanoes, rain forests, lakes and carribean islands - and the weather was more than kind to us!  All three countries were different and special in their own way but Costa Rica was by far the highlight!
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