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Exodus Does Walking Adventures

We’re excited to announce that our new departure dates for 2024 are out!

There’s nothing that frees the mind quite like discovering some of the world’s finest walking and trekking trails. The rewarding feeling you get when you’ve reached the summit, the rush of adrenaline you experience on steep inclines, or the simple joys of taking in peaceful moments on relaxing walks with panoramic views, you can’t beat it.

Get inspired by browsing our top walking adventures below!

Walking Adventures

On Offer

Walking the Turquoise Coast

8 Days from CAD 1,549
CAD 1,345

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Enjoy glorious Turkish coastline and varied trails

Walking & Trekking
On Offer

Walking in Puglia & Matera

8 Days from CAD 2,375

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Fairytale trulli houses, picturesque farmland, and quaint villages

Walking & Trekking
On Offer

Camino de Santiago Trek

Quiet paths on the way to Portomarin
9 Days from CAD 2,679
CAD 2,195

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Follow Spain's most celebrated pilgrimage route

Walking & Trekking
On Offer

Essential Inca Trail

7 Days from CAD 2,975

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Follow in the footsteps of the Peruvian Incas

Walking & Trekking
On Offer

Chianti Walking & Wine

Fabulous Chianti Tuscany
8 Days from CAD 3,045

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Experience the magic of Italy in Tuscany

Walking & Trekking
On Offer

Kilimanjaro Climb – Lemosho Route

10 Days from CAD 6,475

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Walk this less-trekked and scenic route

Walking & Trekking

Walking Adventure Reviews

I just had a fabulous week at Chalet Chalupa! The hosts, Adrian & Helena, were amazing. They were very friendly and always made sure that we’re happy. They always prepared delicious meals and cakes with wide variety (local, Mediterranean, healthy and oriental) and we all enjoyed it together with the group of great people. The room was specious and comfortable, the common areas were also always clean and had warm atmosphere. The car ride by them was also really fun and informative about the trip/area. Our guide, Shaun, was very knowledgeable and flexible based on the weather etc. This was my first hiking experience and he absolutely made it special. Everyday there were full of amazing views and walks!

T F Mont Blanc Highlights

Wow! Exodus … thank you …we had a fantastic week. The trip was truly amazing. It was a great combination of leisurely (but hot!) walking in the Tuscan countryside, cultural days in Siena and Florence and superb wine tastings. We were fortunate to share our experience with a wonderful group of people and enjoy a few evenings (and bottles!) dining on the lovely terrace of Hotel Le Renaie. The weather was superb and scenery absolutely spectacular.

Susan Ashton Chianti Walking & Wine

I had a great trip staying at Braccicorti and walking in the remote mountains.The accommodation is a family run hotel. The family are very friendly and the food wholesome and locally sourced. The trip was full on, we were busy most of the time. The walking was quite tough but very enjoyable, we reached lots of peaks and there were always options for the less able. Apart from our day off and one of the day’s of walking we were very much off the beaten track and did not meet too many other people. The whole group gelled well together over a common love of walking.

Heather Dillon Walking in Tuscany

Walking and trekking holiday FAQs

What can I expect from a walking holiday?

Depending on the type of walking holiday you choose, you could be scaling great heights, soaking up coastal scenery or spotting incredible wildlife.

It could be self-guided or you could make friends with like-minded travellers in one of our group walking tours. Either way, our guided tours will mean you’re supervised by one of our expert leaders. They’ll impart valuable knowledge about your destination, giving you a more personal experience you simply won’t get anywhere else.

What different types of walking holiday do you offer?

We offer self-guided, guided and even private group walking tours.

Our point-to-point walking holidays allow you to cover vast distances, uncovering new scenery each day. Examples include everything from the Peruvian heights of The Inca Trail to the almighty Everest Base Camp Trek.

Want to scale some of the largest heights around the globe? Our summit walking tours will take you up the likes of Mount Toubkal in Morocco and Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Alternatively, you might prefer a centre-based walking holiday where you’ll stay in accommodation for the entirety of the trip, giving you a comfortable base. This includes our Walking the Amalfi Coast and Mont Blanc Highlights walking tours.

While many of our walking trips are 16+, we do offer several family walking holidays too.

Where can I go on a walking trip to?

You can embark on walking holidays in Europe or stay closer to home with a walking tour in the UK. Want to go further afield? Browse our full selection of walking and trekking holidays, which includes destinations like Peru, Africa and Nepal.

You can also filter your walking preferences by the type of destination you’d prefer, such as any of the following:

What should I wear on a walking holiday?

Every walking holiday is different, so make sure you check your itinerary. Consider the terrain and the weather at your chosen destination and set time aside to research the climate expected during your walking tour.

Sturdy walking boots with good ankle support are essential, as well as appropriate socks to reduce rubbing.

A hot climate will require a sun hat, sunglasses and appropriate clothing, such as shorts and t-shirts made from breathable materials. Walking trips in destinations with hotter climates, such as those in deserts, can plunge to chilly temperatures at night, so be sure to bring layers, particularly if you are camping. Some countries also experience heavy or intermittent rainfall, so a waterproof is recommended.

You should also consider whether your destination requires a more conservative dress code. Many of our walking tours integrate cultural activities that may require a shawl or headscarf.

Meanwhile, a snowy climate will demand a warm hat, headband or buff. We recommend two pairs of gloves, with one waterproof pair. Be sure to remember sunglasses, as the sunlight reflecting from the snow can be very intense. Check our winter adventure kit list for more information on clothing and accessories you might need.

What should I take on a walking holiday?

We have an essential walking kit list that highlights items such as SPF and gel plasters. You might consider a first aid kit with painkillers too. Depending on the climate, mosquito spray could come in handy.

If you go for one of our snowshoeing walking holidays, we’ll provide equipment like snowshoes, walking poles and avalanche transceivers.  

What is the duration of a walking holiday?

Walking tours can be as little as a few days or upwards of 12 days if you choose a longer expedition.

Are your walking tours guided?

Many of our trips are guided, but you have the option to choose a self-guided walking holiday if preferred.

What will my group be like during my walking holiday?

If you choose one of our guided small group walking trips, you’ll be in a group of 8 to 16 people. A large proportion of our walking holiday trips are made up of solo travellers, creating a great opportunity to make friends with like-minded people with different stories to share.

What will the accommodation be like on your walking holidays?

Again, this will depend on your chosen tour. You could be camping or staying in a range of unique, locally owned accommodation throughout your tour. This could be anything from mountain huts to farmyards, rural gîtes to hotels.

Will food be provided on my walking holiday?

Most of our trips include food and drink, with some tours allowing you to buy your own if there are services or eateries available. Check the details of your chosen tour to see whether food is included.

Some of our walking holidays are very food-centric and involve related activities, such as wine tasting in the vineyards of Burgundy. So be sure to choose your walking trip based on what you want from the experience.