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Your Guide To…Taking The Train To An Exodus Trip

Since the first commercial airline flight in 1919, passengers have been extremely lucky to enjoy air travel as a quick and easy means to discovering the many wonders of our planet. However, 100 years on, we are now increasingly aware of the impact this has had on the environment.

We think that a great way to enjoy travel whilst also helping to protect the planet we love is to travel by train. So last month, the Exodus Team caught up with regular train-traveller and long-term Exodus client, Barbara Wilcox, to gain some of her wisdom on train travel to our European destinations.

Ways to See the Grand Canyon

Grand canyon

The Grand Canyon is huge. Carved over several millennia, this massive wonder of nature is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and over a mile deep. With such wonder on this scale, where do you start? Especially if you’ve got limited time?

That’s where we come in. We live and breathe the real Americas, and we’re experts on how to get the best Grand Canyon experience. We know exactly how to see the Grand Canyon in a day, and what the best hiking trails at the Grand Canyon are.

The Lodge That Saved A Rainforest

The lodge that saved a rainforest

Located in the south of Costa Rica, nestled in the remote Piedras Blancas National Park, lies the Esquinas Rainforest Lodge. What makes this lodge and its surrounding 14,000 hectares of primary jungle so important, is that its lush mountains, dense evergreen forests and watersheds situated in the Esquinas and Piedras Blancas rivers, provide the perfect eco-climate for a number of rare tropical trees and endangered species to flourish.

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