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Uganda's Gorilla Census

Uganda's Gorilla Census

Concealed under mist veiled hills and a thick blanket of rainforest canopy,  over half the world’s Mountain gorilla population live on the verge of the Rift Valley.

Mountain gorillas have survived in The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda thanks to the commitment of conservation teams, many of which have been directly supported by wildlife tourism.

Carly Rowena’s Inca Trail Challenge – April 2019 

Carly Rowena Inca Trail Challenge

Carly Rowena’s Inca Trail Challenge – April 2019 

Thank you  for visiting Carly’s Inca Trail Challenge page.

Exodus are partnering with UK based personal trainer and fitness blogger, Carly Rowena. Carly likes to think of herself as the girl next door who never wants to have to turn down a meal just to stay in shape. She is all about independence and finding a healthy and happy way to feel incredible in your own skin.  

Top Tips for Solo Travellers

Top Tips for Solo Travellers

Whether you’re a social butterfly who enjoys nothing more than attempting broken conversation with the locals, or more of a wallflower who’s happiest watching the world go by in an exotic city, the thought of ‘going it alone’ on the other side of the world can be pretty scary.

One Night In... A Mekong Delta Homestay

Mekong Delta Homestay

A refreshing breeze flitters through thick leafy foliage where a soupy river supports a vast array of plant life. Somewhat of an agricultural miracle, The Mekong Delta is the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, producing more than a third of the country’s annual food crop. Here you’ll find dense mangroves aplenty, and elongated boats weaving through floating markets, stacked high with prickly durians. Of course, the best way to get around is by boat. This swirling waterway nourishes the land, sustains a rich ecosystem and provides locals with ample fresh fish.

Introducing parkrun Sicily: An interview with Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE

parkrun Sicily

In October 2004, Bushy Park, West London, Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE started a phenomenon which would bring communities together and help improve the health and wellbeing of people around the world.  

At the time, there were just 13 runners who joined Paul in running 5km around the park. 14 years later and the parkrun family has expanded. There are now approximately 250,000 weekly parkrunners taking part in 1,300 runs across 19 different countries.

Exodus Announces Largest Collection of Female Only Departures this International Women’s Day

Discover Costa Rica

At Exodus, diversity is at the heart of everything we do, and we’re deeply passionate about empowering women through travel. An essential part of this ethos is about supporting women globally through the power of tourism, whether that be female farmers in Tanzania or local women in our Himalayan Eco Cafes.

Our Top 5 Wildlife Adventures

Elephants in Botswana

Your first glimpse of an animal in the wild is always an unforgettable moment. Whether you’re fortunate enough to witness a regal Bengal tiger lapping at the edge of a rippling river, or catch a sluggish sloth crawling through the waxen green canopy… these increasingly rare and profound moments highlight the need to prioritise wildlife protection on a global scale.

History's Boldest Female Travellers

In honour of International Women's Day, we're celebrating some of history's boldest female travellers. Within the dusty tomes of the past lie the stories of some incredible women: female explorers, trekkers and pioneers who have changed the way we see our planet. They have navigated wide oceans, made tracks through barren deserts, broken records and smashed preconceptions. Even when the odds were stacked against them, these tenacious ladies made history. And they were pretty feisty while they did it, too.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Spitsbergen

Polar bears on ice

For those who desire to capture swirling ice formations and Polar fauna, a chartered photographic expedition in the remarkable Arctic archipelago is something special. Renowned for its show-stopping scenery, with groaning glaciers and twinkling icebergs jutting out of biting sapphire seas, Spitsbergen’s sheer sublimity is to be swooned over.

If you still need convincing, we’ve selected our top reasons to visit to the magical land of ice and tundra in 2018...

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