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Number of Reviews: 8038 Overall score: *****
Walking the Samodivski Crest in the Pirin N.P, Bulgaria
Review posted by Stephen Kemp
***** Written

Bulgarian National Parks

I have been on plenty of holidays like this one and this was one of the best. I was on the same trip as Beth and Penny who have also posted reviews and I echo what they have said. We were blessed with good weather, a group that worked well together and an excellent leader.
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Porto Badisco, Salento, Italy
Review posted by Ian Bowler
***** Written

Get away from it all and enjoy the ride....

Great trip. Great places to visit. Great group leader. A different taste of Italy.
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Views whilst walking the Singalila Ridge, India
Review posted by Sally Wormall
***** Written

Brilliant trek with some astonishing mountain views.

A holiday of two halves - firstly a 6 day trek with some of the best mountain scenery I have witnessed. The second half was more cultural - visiting towns in Sikkim, plus the excitement of the overnight train to Kolkotta.
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Walking in the Sierra de las Mamblas, Spain
Review posted by Ian Meach
***** Written

Walking The Spanish Heartland (TSR)

A superb, well organised holiday, in every respect. Some travellers might balk at the prospect of a 140 mile coach transfer between Madrid and Covarrubias - but I can assure you, the transfer is smooth and the destination well worth it. Couple this with a genial, unflappable and knowledgeable guide (Chris), splendid walking country, well thought out itinerary, comfortable accommodation, friendly host and delicious food - what more could one ask for? Pleasant company - of course !! And Exodus didn't fail there either. Terrific time had by all.
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Descending into the Barranc de la Canal Gorge, Serella walk, Spain
Review posted by Alex Heap
***** Written

Sierra de Aitana Trek

If you like decent rough mountain walking, great scenery, good views, quiet villages, good food and drink at great accommodation do this trip.
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Descending into the Barranc de la Canal Gorge, Serella walk, Spain
Review posted by Mike Norman
***** Written

Sierra de Aitana Trek

This was a superb holiday in what was to us an unknown area of Spain. The area was full of historic sites and had excellent walking opportunities with some relatively demanding paths to the summits. The whole holiday was very well planned and coordinated and the short transfers to the start of the walks were appreciated as avoided sitting on a bus for too long. .
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Highway, Tibet
Review posted by Neil Foulkes
***** Written

Some helpful tips for this trip

Be under no illusions as to how tough this trip can be despite it being only an overland journey, but the rewards made it worth it.
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Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
Review posted by Matt Probert
***** Written

Tiring.........

The important thing to bear in mind with this trek is that, with the exception of the summit day, the walking is pretty dull. I've trekked extensively in Nepal, Europe and the UK and the scenery on Kili is less interesting and less varied than pretty much anywhere else I've been. If you took away the summit, no one would be that interested in walking there. Yes, the scenery does change from day to day - you start off in forest, then that becomes scrubland as you get higher - but there isn't the interest of variety which is present in other places. Therefore, I look at this trek as a challenge, rather than something to do for the sake of enjoyment. The summit day is very, very, very tough - six hours of steep climbing on gravel/scree, with an ascent of around 1200m, not much in the way of oxygen and in the dark, with the temperature comfortably below freezing. It's not so much about personal fitness as how well you cope with the altitude and how mentally tough you are. If you follow the advice from the guides, it'll certainly help though. The contribution of the guides to the success of our group cannot be underestimated - they were fantastic, particularly on the summit day.
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