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Let’s all do our part. For now, and for the future.

See You Soon from Exodus 

What a couple of weeks it’s been. There seems to be no corner of the earth unaffected by the recent events, and it is humbling to see communities around the globe coming together to support one another.

The compassion and support you, our travellers, have given over the past four decades to these communities has defined their existence. From our self-sustaining complex at Basecamp Oulanka in Finland, our dedicated porters working along the Inca Trail and the incredible conservation efforts by Esquinas Rainforest Lodge in Costa Rica, we have a moment now to pause and reflect. We hope you also feel proud of the good that has been achieved.

We’ve been leading the way when it comes to inspiring adventure travel for over 45 years. In that time, we have fuelled many small local businesses and guides; given back to the communities we visit, travelled responsibly and supported sustainable projects in hard-to-reach places. 

It’s a challenging time right now, so we are looking to the future, to this year and to next, to the point where the world is ready to host our wonderful travellers once more. 

We hope you and your family are healthy and safe and we look forward to a time when we can all explore freely again and visit those in hard-to-reach places that rely on our support.

 

We believe in the power of sustainable travel

Just because we can’t visit, doesn’t mean our support has stopped. The Exodus Travels Foundation, continues its support through a number of life-changing projects, including the Women's Eco Cafes in Ladakh, the Mountain Lioness Scholarship on Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the Inspiration Project that supports children around the world, to give much needed hope for local people and small businesses.

Right now, our travel is paused to allow all of us to stay safe in the present and flourish in the future. That is responsible travel. That is what Exodus stands for. So, when the world opens again, our expert local guides are ready and waiting to take the lead, wherever you choose to roam. See you soon, world.

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