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Rome and Tuscan Highlights November 2016

5.0

Rome and Tuscan Highlights Summer 2018

The sights covered were varied and full. I don't see how we could of done much more. I never felt that I had missed anything or anything was left out.

Operator Trafalgar

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Cycling and overlooking Qeparo was surprise October 2016

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Cycle Albania

Every day the cycling was a highlight. Otherwise, hiking up to and exploring the largely deserted hilltop village overlooking Qeparo was a complete surprise and a definite highlight for me.

Operator Explore!

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Machu Picchu and the Galapagos Islands August 2016

5.0

Machu Picchu & Galapagos

This truly was a holiday of a lifetime and we would have no hesitation in recommending anybody from 20's to resonably fit 70's to go on this holiday with Exodus. The age range of our group was 30 to 71 and we gelled together very well, p[robably partly because of the quality and variation of the tour, with many group activities but time for space if you needed it. Machu Picchu is amazing but then gets trumped by the Galapagos and being on the Cachalote, a schooner with only 16 births, was a huge bonus. Lovely crew, great boat and we went places that others sometimes didn't so had bays, snorkelling and some walks all to ourselves. The organisation was excellent, hotels comfortable with a good breakfast and the experience unforgetable. It was our first time with Exodus but hopefully not the last.
Impossible to say, there are too many, but our first glimpse of Machu Picchu, indescribable in its beauty, size and location surrounded by stunning mountains and deep valleys would be one. Isla Genovesa, with its frigate birds, boobies, short-eared owls and huge density of birds and other wildlife would be another, together with. swimming in various locations with turtles, sea lions and stunning fish. including three hammerhead sharks (optional!). Mention must also be made of the waved albatross on Espanola courting, sitting on nests or flying along the cliffs, amazing..

We had three, in Peru, Quito and the Galapagos. All did an excellent job. Wilmer was warm, welcoming, enthusiatic and helpful as well as patient. Gloria in Quito again welcomed us warmly, was very knowledgable on the excellent tour and terrific in helping when one of our party injured themselves. Similarly David in the Galapagos gave us a terrific tour. He is both very knowledgable and passionate about the islands and their unique wildlife. He ran efficiently to time without ever rushing us and worked well with the captain and crew of the Cahalote. When snorkelling, with the help of the Panga drivers, he guided us well and ensured our safety. Because we were with David for a week on the boat he wins the prize but we cannot find fault in any of our guides.

Don't be surpised by the altitude in Cusco. Just take things slowly.
If you don't do the one day Inca trail walk and the weather is O.K., go up to Macchu Picchu that afternoon. Expensive but well worth it. It is quieter in the afternoon and it then gives you two sessions to enjoy this astonishing place at your own pace. The morning tour is excellent but only covers a small area.
If you snorkel in a swimming costume (i.e. not wet suit) be sure to wear a tee shirt - I didn't the first day, big mistake!
Mastercard works at ATM's almost always, debit and visa cards often don't, especially in the Galapagos. Preferably make sure you have plenty of dlooars for tips, drinks and small souvenirs, cards etc. before you leave Quito or even better, Peru.

If you can, go. This tour is all you could hope for and more and the advantage of being a small group, even on the boat, massive.

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It was a wonderful trip! August 2016

5.0

Israel 9 days Deluxe

It was a wonderful trip! I was really deeply impressed by the country and it's traditions. For sure, I'll come here again. Great thanks to the guide - all his remarks were interesting and instructive. The lodging was at the proper level. I have no complaints - my room happened to be rather commodious and convenient. I also liked all the attractions and activities, we were suggested. And there was something to see....Summing everything up, I'd like to thank once again the organizers of this trip, and the guide especially. Read more

Operator Booking Tours

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Volunteering in Peru with Discover Corps was awesome! April 2016

5.0

Peru Children of the Andes

Discover Corps Peru was an incredible, eye-opening experience. Volunteering alongside local communities, meeting fascinating people and exploring Machu Picchu made were just a few of the highlights during my stay. Would recommend this to anyone interested in traveling deeper and giving back in a meaningful way. Read more

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We would never have had such an amazing experience in Myanmar without them. January 2016

5.0

In-depth Travel to Myanmar

Since we are not the worldliest of travelers and were a little hesitant about being on our own in Southeast Asia, we wanted the comfort of local escorting guides and found BAT in our research. You may be thinking timid Americans, and to a certain extent, we were. But, Andy and the people from the Yangon office eliminated all anxiety. We felt completely comfortable everywhere we went. It was like having a guide, translator, world history text books and security blanket all wrapped up in one. And, with one of my kids having some stomach issues in Yangon, both our guide, Samath and the driver, Yu, went way out of their ways to take care of us. We would never have had such an amazing experience in Myanmar without them. Read more

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