Brochure Manager and Road Cycling Expert
Joined Exodus in: 2000
A love of cycling from an early age meant that Andy was always destined to travel. This began with cycling to and from school, followed by a misspent youth racing BMX bikes. The distances have increased a little since then, culminating with two 4000+ mile rides around the States and Mexico. Five years leading cycling, trekking and snowshoe trips for Exodus enabled him to travel much further afield and this experience is put to good use in his current role managing the short haul Product team.
Expert in: Cycling, Winter Activities, Eastern Europe
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Product Executive and Self-Guided Cycling Expert
Joined Exodus in: 2009
An impromptu gap year prior to university initially instilled a passion for travel in Charlotte. She continued her exploration, which led to a passion for discovering the world by bike. She has followed the Danube, cycled the rolling country-side of Western France and ascended the high passes of the famous Manali - Leh road in Ladakh. Her travels, and particularly her love of cycling, led her to seek a job in adventure travel, this brought her to Exodus and is now using her knowledge in the Product team.
Expert in: Cycling, Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China, and Sri Lanka.
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Joined Exodus in: 2012
Murray inherited the travel bug early on in life from his globe-trotting parents - spending every school holiday in far-flung destinations around the world. Living in Central America during his Gap Year, he went on to study Tourism Management in his native Scotland before moving to Japan on the JET programme, teaching English to teenagers in Sapporo city. Since returning from the Far East, Murray has concentrated on visiting countries a little closer to home, including Morocco, Norway and Central Europe, where he now looks after the Exodus Operations.
Expert in: Morocco, Eastern Europe, Norway, Costa Rica and Japan.
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Joined Exodus in: 2005
Having joined his first cycling trip along the Dalmatian Coast in 2011 David became the newest Exodus member to get the cycling bug. Inspired by five days on a bike he purchased his first drop bar bike, a modest trek 1.1, and can now be found testing himself in his backyard of the Surrey Hills, often blasting up the Olympian Box Hill before work. Fresh from completing his first triathlon the next adventure on two wheels is to South Africa as he heads to the Drakensberg & Kruger.
Expert in: Asia, Kilimanjaro, Peru, the Alps, Morocco Cycling and cross-country skiing.
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Web Sales Supervisor
Joined Exodus in: 2009
Having embarked on his first round the world trip at the age of 19 Marcus quickly found that the most important thing to him was to keep travelling for as long as he possibly could! This eventually led him to employment in the travel industry, where he has specialised in Africa, Latin America and sold most worldwide destinations for the last 6 years or so. Having spent 18 months teaching and travelling in South America, he would no doubt put that continent at the top of his list of favourite destinations, although Africa comes a very close second.
Expert in: The Americas (North and South), Africa, Nepal, Cycling
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Sales Team Leader
Joined Exodus in: 2005
After a career development loan financed Travel College in Brighton, Ian joined Exodus, having previously worked for another adventure tour operator where he learnt how to dive, ski & sail (not at the same time!). Ian has been fortunate to travel to some fantastic destinations over the years, his favourite places including Turkey & Cuba. His next adventures see him cycling through South Africa & attempting Everest Base Camp - beach holidays are a thing of the past!
Expert in: Cycling, Turkey, Croatia, Cuba, Northern India, Picos De Europa, Rio Carnival, Morocco, Egypt.
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Customer Operations Executive
Joined Exodus in: 2006
Do you want to know how it feels to cycle down Death Road in Bolivia covered in mud? Or maybe learning how to surf in Ecuador? Do you know what guinea pig from a restaurant in Huaraz tastes like? Does one sweat while cycling in Cuba on a sunny day? Does accidental drinking of river water whilst white-water rafting in Ecuador cause diarrhoea? What to do if you see a bear on your path in Canadian Rockies? Finally, where is the small restaurant in Damascus that serves camel meat? Ask Karol!
Expert in: Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Cuba, Canada, Syria, Walking, Cycling; outdoor equipment.
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Joined Exodus in: far too long ago to remember
Arguably the best travelled man in Britain, Phil has notched up over 100 countries since joining Exodus sometime (he wont tell us exactly) in the 1980s. His 10 years driving Exodus Overland Expeditions around Asia, Africa and South America included 3 north-south traversves of Sudan and various visits to Afghanistan. Office work has slightly tamed the man, and interests now lean more towards trekking - Dolpo in Western Nepal; and biking - wine trails of France.
Expert in: Turkey, Iran, Nepal, Bhutan, Chile, Argentina, self-guided cycling in Europe.
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