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Number of Reviews: 8495 Overall score: *****
Taj Mahal, India
Review posted by Heather Wood
***** Written

highlights of northern india

The trip to India was amazing a real discovery of the history of the great Moghul emperors of the 15th and 16th century, the food,colours of swirling saris and the tempting smells of fresh cooked meals to the thrilling rides in a tuk tuk and rickshaw boat cruise on the Ganges through the packed and busy roads and railway stations. The holiday was at a fast pace to maximise what was seen and explored. Sights ranged from city palaces to the observatory through to the tiger reserve, to the deserted royal city, to varanasi on the ganges one of the most holy places in india with vast crowds of holy men, pilgrims and casual visitors. The guide who was very well versed on the history, traditions and customs of India met us at the airport, told interesting stories, facts and attended to all our needs making sure we were comfortable throughout the whole journey until he returned us to the airport 10 days later. All hotels and food establishments had been wisely chosen to give variety and opportunities to try the local transport, food and have the opportunity to meet local people. This is my first travel experience with Exodus but would recommend the company to friends and family as in my experience attendtion had been paid to small details to ensure that all travellers had the most amazing, interesting and comfortable trip possible.
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Kukulkan Pyramid, Chichen Itza
Review posted by Joseph Smyth
***** Written

Cycling In Mexico-MAM

This is a trip for anyone interested in Mayan history and culture,Mexican colours and sounds,and for the food ( not to mention the margaritas ! ) The Yucatan peninsula is flat so the cycling is easy and allows reasonable speeds to be achieved. It is not a trip for anyone mainly interested in landscape scenery-the countryside is flat and mainly bush/shrubbery.The beauty is to be found in the towns e.g. Izamal with its ochre buildings.
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Locals in conical hats looking out over Halong Bay, Vietnam
Review posted by Clare Smithers
***** Written

Vietnam Adventure - January 2015

This was an amazing holiday, so interesting and varied, a lovely country to see. Travelling from North to South, we saw so many different places and none like each other. Lovely food and hotels, also Homestay and a night on a boat which was lovely, and a very nice group to spend the two weeks with.
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Mountain landscape with Mt Fitzroy in Patagonia, Argentina
Review posted by Mark Brissette
***** Written

Patagonian Highlights (AAA) Jan 2015

A great trip. Patagonia is a large area but this trip hits the highlights- Fitzroy, Petito Moreno glacier, Torres del Paines NP, and Ushuaia. The minibus trips from El Calafate to Torres del Paine (1 day) and from TdP and Ushuaia (2 days) are long but there are stops for pictures, short walking, food so not too bad. Our group agreed that hikes should be considered as moderate- both have parts that aren't bad but both have parts that are steep and rocky so more challenging.
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U Bein Bridge at Amarapura, Mandalay, Burma
Review posted by Mark Bottomley
***** Written


What a brilliant trip, well planned with plenty of interesting things to see every day
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Cross-country skiing in Trins, Austria
Review posted by Nicholas Savage
***** Written

A truely marvellous holiday

This was my first ever cross country skiing holiday and it was an excellent trip. As well as the excellent skiing there was great food, and a brilliant group of people to share it all with. I can't wait to book another cross country skiing holiday.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Ian Edgar
***** Written

Backroads of Sri Lanka Review

Superbly varied trip, based around fairly tough cycling but also includes temples, beaches, wildlife and great chances to meet the locals. One or 2 of the hotels are quite basic, but the clue is in the title - you're out in the sticks so occasionally have to make do without some facilities. Saying that most hotels were excellent. The people were extremely welcoming, the food excellent and so overall it was a great value holiday. I will definitely go back
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Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Caroline Merrifield
***** Written

Cross country skiing in Dobiacco

This is the 7 th time we have done cross country skiing in Dobiacco, as we love the Dolomite scenery and the extensive choice of trails. Unfortunately this time there was no snow in Dobiacco! However, our leader had researched available areas of snow for us, so we were able to ski every day.
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Snowshoeing in the Dolomites, Italy
Review posted by Lucy Hockenhull
***** Written

Great introduction to winter activities

This holiday is a great chance to try different winter activities - either so you can choose and then focus on your favourite or if (like me) you don't fancy a week of the same activity everyday. You do need a decent level of fitness and a good attitude towards trying and doing different things. The area is lovely and whilst snow is not guaranteed in the valley at the hotel, the downhill skiing slopes have snow canons, so you will be able to find snow!
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