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Leading small-group tour specialists, Exodus Travels, are celebrating 45 years of igniting a sense of adventure and wonder in thousands of people across the globe. In 1974 Exodus began taking groups on overland adventures from London to Kathmandu. Whilst staying true to their adventure roots, Exodus Travels now offer over 500 different tours across more than 90 countries.

To celebrate the last 45 years, Exodus Travels is offering 15% off 45 hand-picked, classic trips around the globe for a limited time only – between the 12th and 18th of April 2019. From hiking along the breathtaking ‘Path Of The Gods’ in Italy’s iconic Amalfi Coast, through to trekking the Inca Trail to discover the lost city of Machu Picchu; all of Exodus’ trips take travellers off the beaten track, are rich in history and immerse travellers into the local communities around them.

Louisa Day, Australasian Territory Manager, Exodus Travels said the birthday is a wonderful time to reflect on the last 45 years.

“We’ve achieved so much over the last 45 years, with each year continuing to grow our offering for our clients while preserving the communities we visit and leaving as little footprint as possible in each area.

For me, our most significant achievement is we have always kept responsible travel as the forefront of every tour. Our type of small group, positive impact tourism brings benefits to many communities, helps preserve the environments we travel to see and have provided and continue to provide real and positive social exchanges,” said Day.

Offering more than just travel experiences, Exodus has created a strong commitment to responsible tourism, creating and continuing to support a number of projects, including, but not limited to, their Freedom Kit Bag Project, an initiative that provides females in Nepal with sanitary resources and education, a must-needed initiative that helps to keep female children in school and active in their community. The Morocco Project, an initiative that is dedicated to improving and enhancing the remote mountain village of Tijhza through clean water projects and infrastructure. The Tanzania Porter Education Project provides education and employment opportunities to help these communities continue to earn an income during the rainy seasons and low-tourism periods.

To celebrate Exodus’ birthday, Australians can enjoy 15% off 45 hand-picked, classic tours such as:

Ancient and Modern Japan

Save up to $1,399

Be enchanted by the blend of Japan’s ancient wonders, stunning gardens and futuristic cities as you travel through Honshu, Japan’s largest island. Travel through the countryside in a bullet train on your day trip to Hiroshima, view ancient wooden temples, zen gardens, Buddhist monks and Geishas, all staples of the Kyoto region, concluding your adventure in Tokyo, one of the most advanced cities in the world.

Walking the Amalfi Coast

Save up to $385

An experience of the Amalfi Coast is unlike any other; discover the breathtaking Path Of The Gods trail as you walk from Bomerano through to Positano, hike to the highest point of Mt Vesuvius’ active volcanic crater, discover the 2000-year-old ruins of Pompeii with a local guide, taste limoncello and stray away from the famous tourist trails to sample incredible local cuisine in true Italian style.

Gorillas and Masai Mara

Save up to $1,414

Experience a once in a lifetime journey through the heart of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda, taking in the sights of uninterrupted scenery, spectacular waterfalls and abundant wildlife, as you camp in the African wilderness. The undoubtable highlight of this tour is an hour with Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, an up-close encounter that cannot be experienced elsewhere.

Moscow to St Petersburg

Save up to $323

Immerse yourself in the unique and fascinating culture of Russia as you visit three of its most historically rich cities. Novgorod, the birthplace of Russia, provides incredible, yet little known insight into how this amazing country was formed. A guided tour of Moscow’s Kremlin and Armoury, visits to Catherine Palace and Hermitage Museum are just some of the highlights of this truly eye-opening tour.



Currently there is "1 comment" on this Article:

  1. Anthony Farrar says:

    I co-drove London to Kathmandu, then Central and Souther India in 1976. JBY 878K.

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