Exodus Travels

Exodus Travels

Exodus Travels have been operating responsible travel activity holidays and adventure holidays since 1974.

Whether you're looking for a cycling holiday, walking holiday, trekking holiday, or enjoy cultural holidays, family adventure holidays, family activity holidays, winter holidays or even polar expeditions, we have a range of over 400 small group or solo holidays to choose from.

At Exodus, we know what makes you tick when it comes to holidays. It’s a desire shared by so many others. A yearning to visit new places and come home with a real sense of what they’re all about. This means delving into local traditions, cultures, cuisine, lifestyles – anything that contributes to its unique identity. At the same time, we always remember that we are only guests. So we travel courteously and respectfully, in smaller groups to minimise our impact, to ensure that every Exodus holiday is a beneficial experience for everyone involved.

This is a philosophy we take with us around the world, helping you reach some incredible destinations on 500 itineraries across over 90 separate countries. We also strive to provide as much flexibility and choice as we possibly can, making it simple for you to experience a very different holiday.

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Exodus Travels Reviews

Multi activity Sri Lanka

It was great 10 days in Sri Lanka. Not everything was perfect, however the experience was one of a kind.
Before going we were not informed that our group will be the very 1st one to do the Multi Activity trip. Exodus has very well established trips in Sri Lanka, however the multi sport option is only starting.
White water rafting - wasn't that exciting- because of water levels due to a dam being build. Kayaking- not enough kayaks for the whole group, we had to go in 2 goes. Sea kayaking - the tide was out, we 'walked' the kayaks to shore (great bloopers video), snorkling - jelly fish EVERYWHERE. We had to finish sooner as people got burned.
We raported all that to Exodus - they are working on improving deals with equipment providers and took everything on board.

Having said that - in no way we felt disappointed. We saw so many places, local people are very warm and, even though the hospitality and catering culture is only developing - they are doing their best.

Highlights: safari! Both of them. 150 elephans was mindblowing, seeing leopard the next day even more so.
Climbing Adam's Peak and Lion's Rock.
Some hotels we stayed in were AMAZING. I would never expect this standard in a 3rd world country...
Our guide was great. Rowen. Lots of stories, history, customs, shared his meals with us so we had lots of time to chat.

The trip is work jn progress but it can be really amazing really soon.

By: Danusia
Nationality: Poland/United Kingdom
Age: 33

Cycling through Myanmar

Cycling through this beautiful country was a very special and unique way to see Myanmar. As part of this trip, we saw many of the key attractions including Shwedagon Pagoda, U-Bien Bridge, Mandalay Hill and the temples of Bagan. However, it was seeing the countryside and villages in between these sites which made the trip particularly special. We had ample opportunity to stop and take photos and interact with the local people. We were also very well looked after by our guide Alex and his team. The Trek bicycles served us very well on tarmac as well as dirt roads. There were lots of snacks on the long rides and great food, refreshments and accomodations at the end of the day.

By: Willi Broeren
Nationality: Canada
Age: 65

Everest Base Camp with Exodus

The tour staff on this trip became great friends within the first few days and were incredibly knowledgeable. They relished in spilling any information about their native country as possible which was so helpful and so refreshing. The tea houses and acclimitisarion days were commendable and really made the experience.

The only two criticisms I have are firstly the cost. It was difficult to make the experience so memorable when you were having to watch your money at every meal, we were also only informed about the extra tipping charges for porters the day before we flew to Lukla which was quite frustrating. Secondly, it would have been more comforting if a trained medic was assisting the trip. I was very sick with food poisoning and luckily a tour group staying in the same tea house as us had a medic willing to help me. Overall an incredible experience I won’t ever forget!

By: Hattie Kate
Nationality: British
Age: 22

Hiking Transylvania

From start to finish the Transylvania Winter Walk and Snowshoe tour was incredible. Romania is an amazing country and the walks were picturesque, interesting and challenging. The countryside took my breath away and both the accommodation and food were excellent. Our guide, Thomas, was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful and I felt very lucky to have such a friendly, laid back group. I highly recommend this trip if you enjoy an outdoor challenge but would say that a reasonable level of fitness would be helpful as some of the walks were rather steep and some paths ice packed.

By: Joanne Shuttleworth
Nationality: South African
Age: 40

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