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Why You Should Travel Solo with Exodus

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Solo travel is on the increase and it’s no wonder with the great sense of freedom it offers as well as the incredible adventures to be experienced. But we understand that some may want to have an experienced guide with local knowledge on hand, while also having the opportunity to meet people along the way, which is why we keep solo travellers in mind when planning our guided group tours.


1. Meet a small group of like-minded travellers

The Best Trips to Travel Solo with Exodus

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At Exodus, we’re experts when it comes to creating exhilarating trips and itineraries that keep solo travellers in mind. If you don’t want to go it alone entirely, we’ve got you covered with our selection of guided adventure holidays. With a fantastic range of small group experiences in over 90 different countries, our holidays include the perfect mix of solo travellers, couples and friends, with our expert guides directing you to the best major hot spots and hidden gems. Looking for some inspiration? Check out these 7 trips that were made for solo travellers.


India: More than you can imagine

More colourful, stark, energetic, peaceful, beautiful and spiritual than I could ever have imagined; India stole my heart years ago and has never let it go. It truly is what they say, India is an assault on your senses, but oh what a wonderful assault. Discovering India will take you well out of your comfort zone but isn’t that what the true essence of travel is all about?

James Michener once said, ‘If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home.’ 

Why visit Chernobyl?

On April 25 1986, the worst nuclear disaster in human history took place when an accident occurred at Chernobyl’s nuclear reactor No.4. Repercussions were terrible and long lasting, with nuclear fallout detected across the whole of Europe, resulting in thousands of people being evacuated, leaving a deserted town in the wake.

Best Places to visit in Peru that aren’t Machu Picchu

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Home to some of the most spectacular topography in the world, Peru promises to inspire even the most seasoned travellers. This is a beguiling land where ancient sites, colonial culture and modern traditions rub shoulders in an unimaginable fashion. Although Machu Picchu is one of the country’s most iconic treasures, there is so much more to discover here.

Let us introduce you to the best places to visit that aren’t Machu Picchu in Peru…

The best times in the year to go to Peru

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Home to the world’s largest rainforest and mystifying ancient Inca ruins, Peru’s contrasting landscapes are bound to enchant you.

Most visit to follow the footsteps of ancient Incas towards Machu Picchu, but Peru also offers ample opportunities to delve into its rich history through its colourful festivals and tantalising local cuisine. However, with all of these areas to cover, when’s the best time of the year to book that once-in-a-lifetime trip? Read on to find out…

The best time to go: for the festivals

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