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  • Reviewed February 2019
    Bryan Tomalin

    An off-beat adventure

    A varied and enjoyable trip to a remote part of India. The undoubted highlights were seeing a tiger in Kaziranga National Park, staying at Cherrapunji where we received a superb personal service and also the visits to the Burmese border tribal village of Longwa from Mon. This is a relatively unsophisticated region of India, relatively new to foreign tourism but well worth a visit.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing a tiger walk alongside a riverbank in Kaziranga National Park. Oh, and by the way, there were literally dozens of rhino sightings not to mention elephant and birds.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Hyper active, sociable and a real Mr Fixit

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared for travelling outside normal tourist attractions. With a flexible approach you'll have a great time
  • Reviewed January 2019
    Jagdish Jethwa

    Intriguing India

    It was a wonderful experience and would have been 5* but for the fact that a/ we spent at least 4 whole days in the bus just travelling from one place to another and on 2 days the road was very poor and people with bad backs would have to take care b/ we should have been warned that the steep steps down to & climb back from the" double-decker bridge should be rated as 4* level of difficulty. It took many of us 3 days to get over the muscle ache. Although it was worth it, a couple of people could only make it down part of the way and others took a lot longer time to get back up. c/ Exodus insists on polluting Indian culture by introducing "compulsory" tipping. As an Indian person I know that no other Indian people tip the people Exodus tips and certainly not at the rate of nearly 4000 rupees a day. Adventure tour companies motto used to be - "Leave only foot prints, take only memories". Alas this is another way of extorting more tax-free money from travellers

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The amazing vastness of India and the multiple cultures languages and races. The Khasi people who are short in height but giants in being friendly

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Very professional.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The Double decker bridge trip is much more difficult than the trip notes suggest. Change money early on as there are few opportunities for a few days.
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