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Number of Reviews: 156 Overall score: *****
***** Written

It was a well planned and fascinating trip which visited a fabulous selection of sites.  The standard of hotels varied considerably.  From excellent in Amman to truly awful in Damascus.  Hotel Al Bustan should NOT be used again.

Taj Mahal, India
***** Written

HIGHLIGHTS OF NORTHERN INDIA

It was so good, and very colourful, a wonderful introduction to India. Lived up to every expectation
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Trekking in Andalucia, Spain
***** Written

WALKING IN ANDALUCIA

Andalucia is a very special place with a strong and impressive sub-culture of its own. This was an enjoyable trip in every aspect made extra special by our tour leader, the lovely Suzie. She is a gem. Hang on to her Exodus.
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Trekking in Andalucia, Spain
***** Written

WALKING IN ANDALUCIA

A lovely holiday in a fascinating and very beautiful region of Spain. Each walk was completely different and the whole holiday gave a wonderful introductory taster to the diversity, richness and colours which make up the Andalucian landscape.    
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***** Written

The trip was great, so much to do and see, all packed in. It was awesome.

Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
***** Written

KERALA & TROPICAL INDIA

Nice bike ride along the backroads of Kerala. Occasionally very hot and humid, what made the uphill quite a hard work. The itinerary is a very good mix.
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***** Written

What a fabulous holiday!  Syria, in particular, was much more than I expected.  The people everwhere in both Syria and Jordan were so friendly, inviting and helpful as we found in Aleppo and Petra.  Syria was amazing and inexpensive.  Jordan on the other hand, while with its own amazing sights, was more expensive and commercialised with places like McDonalds and Pizza Hut much in evidence.  Despite the troubles which were beginning to surface in Syria, we never felt threatened or unsafe anywhere.  The souks in Damascus and Aleppo were busy but were places you could enjoy without being constantly hassled, even in the evening.

Registan Square, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
***** Written

UZBEKISTAN UNCOVERED

Some amazing sights punctuated with some fairly long bus journeys.  Hotels better than I expected, although food was at times a bit of a challenge.
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