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Number of Reviews: 12718 Overall score: *****
Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
***** Written
Discover Myanmar (Burma)

Discover Myanmar

4
This tour provided a wonderful overview of Myanmar - citylife; temples; countryside; friendly, welcoming people and generally, delicious food. In order for this to happen, there were many early morning starts and long days - an 8.00 am start was considered a luxury! The transportation and connections were excellent, including the internal flights. Overall, the hotels were better than expected. The tour has left us with a desire to explore Mayanmar further.
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Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
***** Written
Discover Myanmar (Burma)

Fabulous Myanmar

4
This is a full on trip around Myanmar. Be prepared for some very early morning starts and little or no down time,but it's worth it as Myanmar has a lot to offer. The country is full of surprises from the beautiful Inle Lake with the fantastic boat rides around the various villages, to the areas around Kalaw with stunning scenery. The temperature can drop considerably in the Kalaw region so take something warm, but what a fab heated pool to counteract the change in temperature; if you are lucky enough to stay in the Pine Hill Resort. Here we went on a fantastic walk with 2 local guides, and spent time with the local villagers eating a scrumptious lunch. I found I didn't spend as much money as specified in the trip notes. Take dollars as pounds are hard to change,make sure they are pristeen but initially change up $200 and see how you go.
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***** Written
Walking the Great Wall

Great experience!

5
A very enjoyable itinerary to see sections of the Great Wall that are free from the tourist crowds. As stated in the Trip Notes, there are a number of sections where you need to be careful walking and/or which may be unpleasant for those suffering from vertigo. However, in a few (not all) situations it was possible to detour around certain sections. The trip also included visits to some of the restored sections of the Wall. The section near Gubeikou (last two days) had spectacular views and few other tourists. I also did the Xi'an Extension, which was a quick but enjoyable trip to Xi'an, mainly to see the Terracotta Warriors. It would have been nice to have an extra day in Xi'an so something worth considering. I enjoyed the food throughout the trip but it is worthwhile to note that most of the meals (particularly at the guest houses) is served communal style with a number of different dishes served to the table - meals are not ordered individually and the dishes served are to be shared amongst the group.
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Cycling up Mont Ventoux
***** Written
Mont Ventoux Cycling Weekend

Mont Ventoux weekender

5
I did this trip with Exodus back in October 2016 and have had it on my to-do list to leave a review ever since so am sorry it has taken so long! To be clear I won this trip, along with 7 others, as part of competition that Exodus were running. That said I do not believe the quality and service would have been any different if I had paid for the trip privately - in short both were top notch.
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Alhambra Palace, Granada
***** Written
Sierra Nevada & Granada

Great mix of history and hiking

5
Great walking in a dramatic and historic landscape which isn't as well known as it deserves to be. This trip has a variety of different walks with lots of different aspects to keep your interest. The scenery is dramatic - lots of crags and gorges with views of the snow topped mountains, but there is also the history and culture of the area. The villages are scenic but not twee, this is a working agricultural landscape after all, and the terraces and ancient moorish irrigation system give the landscape a distinctive character.
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***** Written
Pandas & Warriors

Pandas and Warriors

5
We really couldn't fault this trip. The itinerary was a great mix of physical (Great Wall, cycling and then climbing Moon Hill in Yangshuo), history (Terracotta Army, Longmen caves), cultural (calligraphy, cooking lesson, kung fu), wildlife (pandas), and a mix of urban/rural. We used different modes of transport (flight, bullet train, overnight sleeper, bus) so the journeys were fun as well. The pace was just right - busy enough that you felt you were making the most of the time in China, but not frantic by any means. And, a great balance between organised activities and 'free time' when families could do their own thing. Above all, the success of the trip was because of our tour leader, Jing, who was absolutely amazing. (Jing also arranged specialist guides for Terracotta Army, cycling in Yangshuo, cooking - and these were all great as well.)
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