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We receive huge volumes of positive feedback from clients praising their tour leader, and we wanted to give our leaders the credit they deserve. When you return from your Exodus holiday(s) during 2014 we'd like you to ponder for a minute about whether your tour leader was the 'Best of the Best'? If your leader made your trip special and managed to send you home with a huge mental grin and a newly found enthusiasm for the country or area you visited, then we would like to hear about it!

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Number of Reviews: 7754 Overall score: *****
Great Wall, China
Review posted by Brian Adams
***** Written

Pandas & Warriors

This was a fantastic introduction to the ‘highlights’ of this fascinating and ancient country leaving us all with life long memories. The schedule can be a bit hectic, too hectic for some possibly. There were lots of early starts and a lot of travelling, but certainly our group were really prepared to go the extra mile to fit everything in, including being first in the queue for the Terracotta Army and on the Great Wall at 4-30 am! China as we know is a rapidly changing country. The increased urbanisation and the rising affluence means that the cities are very busy and the tourist attractions are packed with ‘local’ tourists. This is something that we were not prepared for. We felt in the end that it was just part of the China experience. With our guides help, using public transport in the big cities was easy and cheap. Although beautiful and fascinating in parts, we found the Shaolin Monastery disappointing. The Kung Fu show as tacky and ‘Butlinesque’ however Shaolin had been one of the things that attracted us to the trip. In the afternoon we did visit a Kung Fu school which was much more interesting. Seeing the sheer scale of the these schools with their thousands of Bruce Lee wanabees was astonishing.
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Street scene with children, Havana, Cuba
Review posted by Tim Binmore
***** Written

Cuba Salsa

This was probably our best holiday ever. We are a family of four with two boys aged 14 and 16. We shared the holiday with three other families, whom we had not met before. hey had similar aged children and we got on tremendously well.. We felt that we had the right balance of sightseeing, culture and relaxing on the beach.
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Gullfoss waterfall, Iceland
Review posted by Valda Kampf
***** Written

Outstanding trip!

This was a wonderful holiday which way surpassed my expectations. We were probably lucky in that the weather was warm, dry & clear most of the time & we also had a harmonious group of interesting, sociable and considerate people. Exodus did an excellent job.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Karin Barter
***** Written

Cycling the back roads of Sri Lanka

I've done a number of these cycling trips and this was way 'up' there compared with some of the others - all of which have been fabulous. It was fairly challenging in that it was hot and a number of roads were 'under construction'. I almost didn't go, being recently diagnosed with a condition but am so glad I still went ahead. It helped knowing that the van was behind, just in case.
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Lunch stop on the trails of the Mont Blanc Circuit, France
Review posted by Annemarie Doolan
***** Written

Mont Blanc Circuit

This holiday was a first for me in many respects - first group holiday, first trekking holiday and first time camping for more than a night or two. And I can honestly say I would do all of the above again. It was definitely a challenge but an achievable one for anyone with a decent level of fitness combined with a little determination! There is a great sense of achievement from having completed the circuit.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Christopher Cano Suckling
***** Written

Exodus Cycling Tour - Sri Lanka August 2014

The trip was brilliant; the mixture of cycling and cultural activities showed us the country from a whole other aspect, which many tourists probably don't get to see. The trip was packed full of activities which fitted around the cycling very well. Integrating into a group was also really fun and we became a strong team after 2 weeks; lovely people. The highlight was our guide, Suresh, and the special efforts he made to make our trip memorable.
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The Acropolis, Athens, Greece
Review posted by Sarah Kelly
***** Written

Greece Family Adventure Holiday

The holiday was a great success! We had a perfect mix of relaxing on quiet beaches, activities such as cycling and sailing and cultural pursuits visiting ancient archaeological sites. Starting and ending in Athens gave us the chance to see city life and experience the buzz of this amazing city with it's heart of the Acropolis and the vibrant Plaka area. Porto Cheli is a charming seaside town and Spetses a beautiful car free island. I would recommend this trip whole heartedly to all those who want to experience the real Greece away from the more touristy islands.
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Charlotte Charlotte
***** Written

Cycling Cuba

A grand tour of the beautiful and fascinating island of Cuba. Colourful characters, stunning scenery and a unique culture.
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Chambord Chateau panoramic, France
Review posted by Lucy English
***** Written

A game of two halves

A flawed itinerary that starts with a generally unpleasant walk to an uninspiring hotel. The rest of the trip is good but make sure you have a rest day on a Monday when France is shut as you'll be walking without food on that day.
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