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Your Word - We tell it like it is! Holiday Reviews by previous Exodus travellers  

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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: 8046 Overall score: *****
Trulli of Alberobello, Italy
Review posted by Karen Lane
***** Written

Puglian feast

This was a great trip and wonderful introduction to a largely unspoilt area of Italy. The walks were easy and through some great agricultural and ancient landscapes. The food was lovely and very plentiful and unlike the cuisine of other areas I have visited. The hotels were very characterful especially the Hotel in Matera with stunning views of the old city.
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Vicki Mackay
***** Written

A week in Jordan

This was the most amazing trip I have ever been on - just wonderful from every aspect! Our tour leader was fantastic - the best I have ever come across in terms of wealth of knowledge, personality and enthusiasm in helping us to get to know his country from every aspect; the food (which we were largely able to choose ourselves at restaurants each night) was fabulous and catered for every diet, value for money was outstanding as airport transfers and entry to all sites we visited was included in the trip fee, and the content was incredibly comprehensive - we covered so much ground and saw so many wonderful things in a week that we all said we felt as if we'd been in Jordan for 3-4 weeks! I cannot recommend this trip highly enough if you are interested in history, archaeology and lots of fabulous ruins!
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Walking in the Sierra de las Mamblas, Spain
Review posted by Nicky Compston
***** Written

Spanish Heartlands

Brilliant holiday. The walks were fabulous, good lengths that could be modified to suit different abilities, and very varied. The views were really amazing when we got onto the ridges. Eloi, the hotel owner, couldn't do enough to make us welcome, and the food was excellent.
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Cute panda cub, China
Review posted by Adam Mitchell
***** Written

Imperial China and Yangtze River Cruise

This trip has a packed itinerary and takes in several of China's most well-known sites. If you enjoy sightseeing and have an interest in Chinese history, culture and scenery then I would certainly recommend it. You should be prepared for some days where there is a lot of travel and also for some early starts, but they are included for a good reason (e.g. to see the pandas early while they are still awake, get to the Great Wall before large crowds of other visitors turn up etc.). With China having so much to offer you can't possibly see everything in the time available, but I felt that the organisers had made excellent use of the time and it's hard to imagine that we could have done a lot more than we did. As well as the main itinerary there are also a number of excellent optional shows and activities for those who want to experience even more!
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Walking on Etna, Italy
Review posted by Alan Staniforth
***** Written

unbelievable

Trecking on the volcanoes was amazing. Words can't justify the splendour of Mt Etna summit. The smells, views and sound. Especialy with knowing trecking on Mt Etna was suspended just prior to departure.
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Musicians, Havana, Cuba
Review posted by Christopher Goodwin
***** Written

Taste of Cuba - a surprising island in many ways

A tour of the island - Vinales, Bay of Pigs, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Santa Clara and La Habana. Typical Exodus arrangement touches really bring the real Cuba alive.
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Tom Jennings
***** Written

Wonderful way to see the island

Just returned from this trip (land-only option) and have to say it exceeded my already-high expectations. Itinerary was action-packed without being exhausting, with a decent amount of free time including in the evenings and on rest days. I was pleasantly surprised how early we reached our overnight hotels on most days, enabling plenty of siesta time in between cycling and sightseeing. The route was also great, taking in the vast majority of Cuba's surprisingly diverse landscapes and cultures whilst also providing a good variety of accommodation, from private casas particulares, jungle lodges and provincial hotels to the occasional luxurious, American-style resort. The cycling itself was enjoyable and never too tough - perfectly within the reach of the averagely-fit rider, especially given the pretty capable hire bikes provided, although the heat/humidity obviously adds an extra element of challenge at times. Roads were generally quiet but I was also pleasantly surprised by the courtesy shown by vast majority of drivers - if only British drivers were this considerate! There are a fair amount of coach transfers to contend with in between cycling legs, too, but these passed quickly in our comfortable vehicle and enabled us to miss out the less interesting bits of a road whilst also taking in additional sights. In particular, our tour leader Freddy was absolutely superb - by far the best guide I've ever experienced. Highly-organised but also very funny and unafraid to give us 'warts and all' insights into the realities of Cuban life. Our two other support drivers were also great and it was good to know they were on-hand constantly. Overall, I'd thoroughly recommend this trip as a great way to experience a fascinating and superbly atmospheric country whilst also working off some of those endless rum cocktails with a bit of exercise.
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Walking safari, South Luangwa, Zambia
Review posted by Susan Susan
***** Written

South Luangwa Walking Safari

Wonderful in all aspects - accommodation, food,the people who looked after us and above all the plentiful wildlife.
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Tuscany countryside, Italy
Review posted by Catherine Byrne
***** Written

Beautiful HILLY Tuscany

So as a complete novice to cycling I discovered it is a wonderful way to see a country, but damned hard work in this hilly part of the world! Great group of people to share the holiday experience with. Helpful supportive guides, but make sure you prepare for this trip with hill training.
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