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The Exodus Travels Foundation: December update

What a year it’s been for our new Foundation. Since its official launch in March we’ve been privileged to fund a whole array of incredible community-based projects across our destinations, and we’ve been bowled over by the lengths our amazing community of customers, partners and staff have gone to in support.

We set ourselves the mission of improving life through travel, in hard-to-reach places, and here are a few highlights from the first year of this journey…

Uncover Nubia: How our travel preserves ancient cultures and traditions

Egypt has long since enchanted travellers with its abundance of ancient archaeology, cultural diversity, and rich history. Whether it’s a tranquil coral-coloured sunset aboard a felucca on the mighty Nile, your first glimpse of the Great Pyramids, or getting lost in Luxor’s labyrinth souks, fascination is in no short supply here. But with our expert eye for authentic experience and our intent, always, to improve life through travel, Exodus trips to Egypt, invite travellers to delve deeper into the seldom-explored hidden treasures of Nubia.

Discover Malaysia's Best Wildlife

Malaysia is a nature-lovers’ paradise. It’s hot, humid climate, fosters tropical rainforests and mangroves, that provide the perfect environment for a rich diversity of wildlife. It is estimated that 20% of the world’s species can be found in Malaysia, including hundreds of varieties of animals, birds and reptiles. The first few days of our Borneo & the Malaysian Peninsula tour tracks some of these amazing creatures in the wild.

Exodus Foundation Fundraiser - Cycle to Warwick

Of all the times to sign up to a long distance charity bike ride, doing so with the fewest kilometres I’ve had in the legs for many a year was probably not the best. Still, the thought of a few days cycling through some lovely countryside sounded like fun. I’ve been working for Exodus for a (very) long time, and have lost count of the times I’ve admired colleagues for what they’ve done with or for some of the amazing projects we do around the world. This was my chance to make some kind of contribution.

Worth More Alive X: An Interview with Paul Goldstein

After nearly a century of decline, the wild tiger population figure is limping upwards thanks to conservation efforts from, philanthropists, local communities, charities and NGO’s across the globe to ensure their survival. However, with only 2,500 Bengal tigers left in the wild, the world’s largest feline is still endangered, leaving much more work to be done if this remarkable species survives for future generations.

Discover Sweden’s Sami culture in Lapland

Embark on a magical winter adventure into the heart of Lapland, where the remote, snow-covered landscape is home to the Sami culture. Our Lapland Wilderness Week offers you the opportunity to experience this traditional Arctic culture first-hand, while immersing yourself in a variety of thrilling snow-based activities and soaking up the wonder of this spectacular destination.


Five Reasons to Visit the Baltics

Trakai Castle

The Baltic States are made up of three sovereign states in Northern Europe: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Commonly referred to as ‘The Baltics’, the three countries offer an idyllic experience which is often overlooked by the typical tourist. In response to this travesty, Exodus Travel Expert Robert Townsend put together a list of five reasons why you shouldn’t miss the Baltics.


Top 7 Adventure Holidays with Exodus


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Looking for an exhilarating adventure that tests your stamina and pushes the boundaries? You’ve come to the right place.

If you’re wanting unrivalled experiences that take “travelling” to a whole other level, we’ve tallied up our top seven favourite trips so you can start planning a Life of Adventure with Exodus.

Top 6 Sights on a Walking Tour of Northern Cyprus

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Northern Cyprus has a picture-postcard coastline, characteristic of many of the Mediterranean islands, and a warm welcome offered by the Turkish culture.

However, due to the Turkish invasion in 1974, the overdevelopment that many Mediterranean resorts have undergone in recent years is replaced by an unspoilt charm; quieter towns and communities, allowing you to explore its many gems at a laid-back pace.


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