EXO Travel - Laos
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Insider TipAlms giving at dawn in Luang Prabang is not to be missed, we recommend a parallel street to the main tourist thoroughfare to see them on the way back to the monastery,with only the locals for company.
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By: Danny A
Reviewed on: 11 Feb 2014
Travel Advisor: Jamo Ladd
Reviewed on: 19 Sep 2015
Yvonne is an excellent travel agent and went to great lengths to make sure that I had all the correct information for my hiking tours in Provence and the French Riviera. Thank you :)
Travel Advisor: Yvonne PelletierPaul
Reviewed on: 14 Mar 2017
We went to Vietnam with Exodus. We've been happy with all the Exodus trips we've done.
Reviewed on: 09 May 2017
Excellent - exceeded expectations. I liked that the tour guide was able to make good last minute decisions and change itinerary when needed.
Travel Advisor: Carolyn O'Meara
Reviewed on: 22 May 2017
Our tour leader Liz was wonderful; organized, helpful and anticipated whatever was needed. Villa Casalta was a lovely place to stay; great food, comfortable surroundings, and friendly staff. A wonderful vacation!
By: Dr Bob
Reviewed on: 04 Oct 2017
excellent to work with
Reviewed on: 02 Oct 2017
Exodus travels was very professional. Guide and services very good. They need to update their trip notes for the Pantanal trip though. The first part of the trip to the houseboat is by boat not over a rough road as stated in the trip notes. Excellent wildlife trip in Brazil.
Travel Advisor: Amie Rand
Reviewed on: 11 Oct 2017
All requests were efficiently executed. The cycling company which was used through the travel agency was excellent
Sri Lanka tour
Reviewed on: 28 Dec 2017
The "north tour of Sri Lanka" was a very exciting tour with lots of different places for visiting, temples, caves and the old cities with a nice bus and very friendly and good driver, assistant and guide.
Reviewed on: 26 Feb 2018
This was our sixth trip with Exodus and they've always done a great job. The guides were great, translating, keeping us on track, informing us of the next step. I would highly recommend Exodus Travel to others.
Pandas and warriors
Reviewed on: 21 Apr 2018
The trip itself was good. We got to see a lot of the sites of China. It was go, go go, which in itself is fine. However, I’m not a young person anymore, so it was exhausting. That said, I’m not sure I would want to change anything about it. Personally, I especially enjoyed the Great Wall. We were on a very quiet part and pretty much had the wall to ourselves most of the time! The one real issue we had was our tour leader. She was in a word, offensive. She did not listen to us, was not helpful and was downright insulting. She got lost several times and had no idea how to plan things. We missed out on a few things because she didn’t know what was possible. For example, we wanted to bike on the wall around Xian. She said we could do that on the morning we were to leave. However, there really wasn’t time. Had we known, we could have done it the previous night. Turns out we could also have done it on an electric cart, but she didn’t bother to tell us.
Galapagos on a sailboat
Reviewed on: 11 Jun 2018
First of all starting in Quito seems pointless. A day there and then you had to fly to Baltra through Guayaquil. Why go on a sailboat when they don't use the sails to travel. Most of the time we motored from place to place even when sailing conditions were ideal. Wind on the beam and a broad reach would have provided a faster journey than going under power. I know how to sail having owned my own boat and sailed offshore for seven years. I think it was too much trouble to raise the sails. After requests from various passengers the sails were used for 2 hours one afternoon. Too much time was spent snorkelling rather than on land, where the interesting items are found. Snorkelling in these waters is very poor and wet suits were required, for which there was a $5 a day charge. Kayaks were mentioned in the description of the trip but we did not see them. They would have provided a good alternative to the snorkelling, which seemed to be used as an item to fill time.