Zebras Cuddling


Meet the Women Leading the Way: Celebrating Our Female Leaders

International Women's Day Balance For Better

For International Women’s Day 2019, Exodus is redressing the balance. We’re striving toward a better gender balance between our leaders – in fact we’ve already started, with initiatives around the world designed to encourage and empower talented young women to become tour leaders, especially in cultures where this doesn’t fit within the traditional gender roles.

Expert Opinion: The Baltics Are Not What You Think

Trakai Castle aerial view, Lithuania

Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, together known as the Baltics, are amongst Europe’s most misunderstood destinations. They don’t feature highly on most travellers’ radars, yet are often named as underrated or hidden gem destinations. One of the biggest unanswered questions in travel is this: why aren’t they more popular?

So we put the question to our travel experts, to see what they had to say, and their answer was unanimous: the Baltics aren’t what you think. They will surprise you.

Five Highlights from the Finnish Wilderness Week

Our Finnish Wilderness Week is one of our most popular trips, transporting travellers into a true snow-covered wonderland. Exodus Social Media Executive Milly Youngman took a trip to Basecamp Oulanka to experience Finland’s finest winter activities…

Dog Sledding With Huskies

As a big-time dog lover, there was little doubt that spending the day with seventy-eight of them would be a real highlight of my week in Finland…

Celebrating 45 Years of Adventure!

Vintage Exodus Overland Truck

The UK’s longest running adventure tour operator, Exodus, is celebrating its 45th birthday!

It all began with Afghanistan, in 1974. Two friends decided to travel in an overland truck to the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan – one of the most inaccessible monuments in the world. They were able to turn their passion for travel, adventure and discovery into a career, and the overlanding years of Exodus were born.

Turtle Shell and Travel – What You Need to Know

Turtle swimming underwater

When we travel, we often purchase souvenirs as a tangible memory of the trip. However, many unknowingly come home with souvenirs that are actually made from animal parts which may be illegal. Despite having an international agreement signed in more than 181 countries, the trade of endangered species is a perpetual problem. In many destinations, souvenirs made from endangered species are still openly sold, allowing tourists to purchase them without knowing that they are unwittingly destroying the environment and its ecosystem.

45 Reasons To Choose Exodus

Exodus is the leading expert adventure travel specialists. We offer the widest variety of choice and expertise with our range of holidays, with over 500 itineraries to more than 90 countries on all seven continents. But why should you choose to spend your hard-earned on an Exodus adventure? In the run up to our 45th birthday in 2019, here are 45 reasons why travelling with Exodus is a good choice. 

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