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Popular Walking holiday
Try a host of different activities in glorious Turkish surroundings.
This is a small group adult holiday. The group is usually between 4 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
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A relaxing and varied week with beautiful scenery and old towns to explore.
I particularly enjoyed the day walk on Korcula and visiting the old town of Dubrovnik.
Dalibor was excellent. He understood the group very well and made sure everyone was looked after. He was calm and very well organised.
Take good walking shoes for the two day walks as the ground can be very rocky. This is a relaxing trip for those used to third world destinations in that the toilets are nice, the water is safe, people speak English and you can relax!
I went on the Mostar trip as did about 2/3 of the group and we all enjoyed it.
Excellent holiday. Croatia is a beautiful place with stunning views and lovely food. We were given the option every evening to go on a group meal or go on our own and our group leader suggested good restaurants to people who preferred to do their own thing. The hotels we stayed in were all clean and the staff were friendly. The restaurants we ate in were excellent and not once did I have a bad meal. The walks were good and at an easy pace so everyone could keep up. We had a very large group of people on the trip, 20 I think in total with the youngest being a student and the oldest one aged 70 and we all got on well and had lots laughs
The trip to Mostar
Our group leader was excellent. He was very knowledgeable of the areas and gave lots of advice. He was also very friendly and mixed well with the group
Take waterproof jacket and shoes because when it rains it is torrential. Water resistant shorts that dry quickly are ideal for daytime wear
I have travelled with Exodus several times to adventurous places. This trip was not well constructed, with much (almost half) wasted time. One of the hotels was beyond dire and another treated us very badly indeed. The Hotel Tragos in Trogir was superb and highly recommended. The group was pleasant and the leader was excellent. However, I feel I could have easily organised this trip myself much better and much cheaper. This begs the question why it is constructed this way? Croatia is a glorious country and this should not put you off going, but there are better ways of doing it.
Walking on the Island of Korcula, which is lovely out of the main town. However, the old town has turned into Ibiza!
The old town of Dubrovnik is amazing. Just wander and get lost in the old streets. It is very crowded, but don't let that put you off.
Excellent. She was amazing. It wasn't the most cohesive group we have encountered and the holiday did have problems. However, she sorted them all with humour and patience. Her knowledge was superb.
Organise it yourself!
In recent years Croatia has regained its place as a popular tourist destination with visitor levels nearly as high as before the Balkan conflict. Unfortunately a large number of hotels were damaged beyond repair either directly or indirectly during those years and demand now heavily outstrips supply. As a result hotel prices are high and Croatia is not the cheap destination some might expect.
Hotels tend to be more workmanlike than luxurious with communist era style architecture and facilities. Top end hotels are available but charge top end prices and are not used on this trip.
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