5 trips for the responsible traveller

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5 trips for the responsible traveller

Trails of Borneo

This trip really does strive to maximise all of the benefits that tourism can provide and includes a visit to Mulu National Park, where the local indigenous communities have been integrated into the tourism industry; Sepilok, where you will be supporting the rehabilitation of the endangered Orangutang as well as time spent staying in the Kinabatangan River Nature Lodge.
Trip code: AOB
16 Days
Flight inclusive from GBP2399

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Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

Our award-winning operator in Peru shares our high standards for sustainable, responsible tourism and our choice of activity and accommodation in Peru reflects these standards, including a village homestay at Lake Titicaca and the ground-breaking community-run jungle lodge accommodation in the Amazon. You may also visit the Kiya Survivors project - a charity that Exodus supports – which aims to educate and rehabilitate disabled and disadvantaged children from the Peruvian Andean region.
Trip code: TPJ
16 Days
Flight inclusive from GBP2249 including Inca Trail Permit

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Cycling in the Loire Valley

At Exodus, where feasible, we offer our clients an alternative to air travel within Europe. For this trip we can book train tickets on your behalf with Rail Europe, and what’s more, once you arrive you’ll be using your own power to pedal your way through the beautiful scenery, chateaux and vineyards of the Loire Valley.
Trip code: LSR
8 Days
Land only from GBP615; Return rail travel from GBP100

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Atlas Panorama Volunteer Departure

This is the 3rd year we have run volunteer trips to the village of Tijzha, tucked away in the High Atlas Mountains and for our September special departure we will be focusing on renovating some of the poorer homes in the village. The trip will not be all work and no play as we incorporate some of the fantastic walking trails in the area into our work with the village. No technical skills are required!
Trip code: TMP
8 Days
Flight inclusive from GBP689. Departs 27 Sep 2009

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Carpathian Culture and Wildlife

With our Romanian guides and with the close co-operation with the Romanian Wildlife Institute we gain a unique insight to life in rural Romania. The Piatra Craiului Mountains are one of the last remaining true wilderness areas in Europe and from our local family-run guesthouse we venture on day walks to discover the landscape that is home to Europe’s largest concentration of bears, wolves and lynx.
Trip code: AVR
8 Days
Flight inclusive from GBP979

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