45 years experience of taking people on extraordinary adventure holidays.
At Exodus, we love adventure travel and always have. There’s something about the feeling of visiting a new country, culture or environment – whether that’s a mountain range, desert or jungle – that just can’t be beaten. We first took a group of travellers to the Himalaya 45 years ago, and have since expanded to offer more than 500 itineraries across more than 90 countries. So, if you’re looking for an adventure holiday, or are in need of some travel inspiration for your next activity holiday, you’ve come to the right place.
We are proud to say that 97% of our customers would recommend us to a friend: you can read feedback in our Trip Review Centre. And it’s part of our mission to do things as responsibly as possible, without damaging the environment or disrupting local communities. In fact, we work with local guides, restaurants and guest houses to positively impact their communities and to help you get closer to the heart and soul of the destinations that we travel to.
Our staff have collectively visited over 170 countries and have the passion, knowledge and insight around adventure travel that you can rely on. Contact any of our Expert explorers or Specialist Sales Team today.
Finally, for any additional information about everything from bookings to how to prepare for specific activity holidays, our ‘FAQs’ can help point you in the right direction.
Your words, not ours
It was an amazing trip, even though we had quite a lot of rain, even in the dry season and it didn’t make the wildlife any harder to see.
Scotia, Tsitsikamma, Hermanus, Ngysna, Table mountain and sailing in the bay at Cape Town were all great. There were lots of other places we visited that were still interesting but I would have preferred to have visited fewer places but be able to stay in them for longer. I was a first time solo traveller though so maybe others would have different expectations.
Very good wildlife viewing in the reserves. We were lucky with the weather overall. There are some long days on the bus as would be expected and almost all the days are very early starts with a bit of a rush for breakfast. The accommodation was good on the whole but we were disappointed that in several places our accommodation was not the usual and probably downgraded. This is arranged through Tui in Costa Rica apparently and being high season the Savegre Lodge could not take all our group. The nights in the Suria hotel were cold with inadequate heating in the rooms although the bedding was sufficient. The local guides were good in Tortuguero but not so good in Drake bay. Our Exodus guide Guillermo was excellent. There was only one opportunity for snorkelling (Cano Island), the first session was very disappointing as you have to follow the guide. We were dropped in deep water with very little to see. The second session was a little better but we still couldnt go where we liked as there were so many groups in the water.