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Number of Reviews: 148 Overall score: *****
Tiger crossing the path, India
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

An amazing trip! It maximises your chances of getting to see tigers and seeing them for the first time in the wild is something you'll never forget.
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Clients at Uhuru Peak, Tanzania
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - LEMOSHO ROUTE

What a fantastic experience!  I felt like a complete wuss when I arrived and discovered we had 34 porters, 5 guides and a cook for only 10 of us.  However I then felt alot better when the guides told us that they had also taken Ashley Cole's wife and her friends (otherwise known as the Comic Relief climbing team) up the mountain and that they had a porter / guide team of 110.  Even our team of 40 resulted in luxury camping at its best.
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Walking in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco
***** Written

ATLAS PANORAMA

The scenery was wonderful, the weather perfect and the company good. A very enjoyable holiday, I came back feeling fit and healthy!
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Mitre Peak in Milford sound, New Zealand
***** Written

TRAILS OF NEW ZEALAND

visiting new zealand is like visiting a child. the land itself is still developing. its fresh and exciting. you get the feeling that its looking forward to its future. its not jaded like europe. it has an unique history - no major battles have been fought there - the maoris and white settlers have lived for the most part in harmony - there's no sense of anomisity. Its very dramatic but also peaceful and inspirational. anything and everything is possible
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Exodus Response

I thank Ms Beard for her review and am glad she had such an inspirational trip. In regards to the involvement of the leaders on the trip I would like to confirm that out of the 19 activities included on this itinerary the leaders took part in 17; only 2 were missed for different logistical reasons. When it came to meals the leaders did eat most of these with sub sections of the group; this was a full trip of 16 passengers and therefore the group would usually split for meals and go to various restaurants.

We are sorry if Ms Beard felt she was forced to leave the trip or that not enough support was provided. After the earthquake in Christchurch the itinerary for this trip had to be modified as staying in central Christchurch was no longer an option. We have carried out a full review of how this trip was managed and are confident, that under very difficult circumstances, our local operator and leader did all that they could to assist passengers in their onward travel arrangements. After discussing their options with the leader, five (land only) passengers missed the last few days of the trip in order that they could continue with their individual travel arrangements. We are very sorry if any passenger felt abandoned, this would certainly never be our intention.

Katherine Tory - Product Manager for New Zealand
Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
***** Written

CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

After an extremely long and tiring flight from the UK, we arrived at Managua Airport and was greeted with a beer....at that point I knew this holiday was going to be great!! No rest for the wicked as we had a fairly early start the following day, all of the bikes were prepared in advance which made things really easy for the group. The riding is tough...I dont care what other people have put...Lance Armstrong would have struggled with the heat/ headwinds and terrain in certain parts!! An inspiring trip, which not only allows you to see some wonderful countries, but also to meet some fantastic people in the group you travel with. A very diverse bunch all with a good story to tell over the odd "panama/ balboa...or for the weak hearted Atlas" beers. Watch out for the "electric blue lemonade" cocktail....there isnt any lemonade in it!!
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***** Written

Seeing such a vast range of animals in the national parks was breath-taking.  It's almost impossible to describe the vast expansive and different scenery of each park. The Rhotia Valley tented lodge was a beautiful place to spend the last couple of days.

Clients at Uhuru Peak, Tanzania
***** Written

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - LEMOSHO ROUTE

Amazing! Only just got back but already missing mountain life. Would 100% reccomend to anyone who is thinking of climbing Kilimanjaro. Prepare for it to be tough but it certainly is doable if you really want to make it.
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Coatimundi crossing a jungle road with cyclist, Costa Rica
***** Written

CYCLE NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

I had a BRILLIANT holiday that had everything in it - hot sunshine, beautiful volcanos, amazing sunsets, tropical rain forests, lakes, rivers, Pacific & Caribbean beaches, remote villages, colourful colonial towns, wildlife, nightlife, great people and of course lots of cycling. A wonderful way of seeing three Central American countries if you can only go away for two weeks.
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Ship in Paradise Harbour, Antarctica
***** Written

ANTARCTIC EXPLORER

Having drooled over numerous glorious pictures of Antarctica, I had long dreamed of experiencing it for myself. Antarctica over-delivered on my extremely high expectations with mind-blowing scenery, plentiful wildlife and ever-changing weather. Travelling on the Sea Spirit was an absolute pleasure; the on board staff were brilliant without exception and did everything they could to make sure we were comfortable and entertained. I can now only sit back in wonder at my own photographs knowing that I am now a participant and no longer merely a distant spectator.
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***** Written

Oman is a stunning country with very friendly and hospitable people. This was a fantastic holiday that I shall treasure memories of. The scenery was beautiful, stark, majestic and awe inspiring. February was an excellent time of year to go with very pleasant, warm weather and also coinciding with the Muscat festival. There was so much variety in this trip - turtle watching, trekking though a canyon, swimming in wadis and discovering caves, camel riding, sand boarding, 4x4 off road adventure, exploring forts and souqs, visiting mosques and local fish markets, snorkelling and kayaking off a wooden dhow.

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