Two roads diverged in a wood,
and I took the one less travelled by.
And that has made all the difference.
– Robert Frost (1920)
Exodus’ pioneering spirit is part of our DNA. Never resting on our laurels when it comes to pushing the travel boundaries, we love nothing more than venturing off the beaten track. Despite the world being more accessible than ever, there are always new trails, summits and backwaters to be discovered.
Whether in a secretive, seldom-visited corner of a well-known country or in a more unusual destination far off the tourist map, we’ve spent over 38 years on the road less travelled and we’d like to take you with us…
Discover Burma | Burma Highlights
After years of isolation, Burma is now well and truly back on the Exodus map. Shrouded in mystique and largely untouched by the outside world, discover a magical land steeped in hostory and culture. Visit the temples of Bagan, Inle Lake and spend time soaking up the colonial charm of Rangoon.
We’re proud to offer Burma holidays that do not use government controlled operators. Click here to read a review of our Discover Burma trip by Exodus client Christine Shaw.
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Nicaragua, enchanting, vast and relatively undiscovered, is the perfect choice for adventure enthusiasts with a penchant for wildlife and untamed landscapes. From the rising twin peaks of Ometepe Island to the ashen slopes of Cerro Negro and the mist-shrouded forest of Mombacho forest , this imposing land of lakes and volcanoes is as far from the madding crowds as you could wish for.
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A fascinating, under-visited Mediterranean country with an incredible history and a wild, rugged landscape, Albania will excite and intrigue at every turn. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites as you explore past civilisations of an undiscovered country.
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Sudan Camel Trek
Enjoy a rare glimpse into nomadic life in this remote part of Northern Africa. Travelling by camel over the golden sands of the Bayuda Desert with renowned desert explorer Michael Asher, you will camp out under a canopy of stars and encounter very few, if any, other tourists on this unique escape.
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Highlights of Zimbabwe
Home to the largest waterfalls in the world, 45,000 sq. km of national parks, prolific wildlife and the largest archaeological site south of the Sahara, Zimbabwe is again stamping its mark back on the tourist map. Experience the adrenalin rush of white water rafting or canoeing between hippos and crocodiles, and explore the fascinating archaeological treasures of the Great Zimbabwe Ruins and Matobo National Park.
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