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Ian Langford

Cycling, Turkey, Croatia, Cuba, Northern India, Picos De Europa, Rio Carnival, Morocco, Egypt.

Morocco: Atlas Panorama

Only a 3-hour flight from the UK lies the beautiful North African country of Morocco. Exodus offer a number of trips to this fascinating country, from 8 days riding on exciting trails through the High and Anti Atlas mountains to 8 days exploring Marrakech and the Atlas mountains with easy day walks from a quiet…

Two wheels, temples & tea

Exodus’ Ian Langford gets more than he bargained for in Sri Lanka In March I joined the hundreds of cricket fans descending into Colombo Airport, ready to explore ‘The Pearl in the Indian Ocean’ – the teardrop island of Sri Lanka. Bleary-eyed from the early morning arrival, it did not take long for my eyelids…

Cycling in South Africa

Whether you are puffing your way up winding mountain passes in Franschoek, cruising along Route 62 in the Little Karoo, peddling through the lush valleys of the Overburg district whilst trying to spot Blue Cranes, or trying to catch a glimpse of the Southern Right Whale off the Hermanus Coastline, each day on the ‘Cycling…

Staff review – Cycle through Rajasthan –

Like many people, India was one of the places that I had always wanted to travel to. I had read the books, seen the movies – and now I was sat on an airplane ready to go.  The gentleman I sat next to on the plane (who turned out to be heir to a large…

Takk Fyrir Iceland!

By Ian Langford, who travelled on our Iceland Walking Explorer trip… Iceland is about the most pronounceable name associated with the island. Despite spending two weeks here, I will never be able to pronounce any of the place names! Even the infamous volcano, Eyjafjallajokull has been renamed E15! Despite its somewhat misleading name, summers here are actually…

A Volcanic Vacation: Trekking in Iceland

A vent near Myvatn

The locals call it hell. We walked over twisted black rocks, huge lava formations and still-smoking remnants, beginning to believe it ourselves. This is the “viti” (hell) crater of Krafla volcano, a ten kilometer yawn in the hillside, once believed to be a sign that beneath the Earth’s broken crust lurked Satan himself. If it…

Ian Langford

About Ian
  • Southern Agency Sales Rep
  • Joined 2005

Starting a travel career in his mid 20’s was the best decision Ian’s ever made. Reaching Everest Base Camp, walking through the Sun Gate at Machu Picchu, watching Grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park and needing another holiday after a week at the Rio Carnival (!) are just some of his highlights. He has been on the Exodus Sales Team for over 10 years now, and is a cycling convert – who wants to be sat on a bus, when you can explore fantastic destinations on two wheels, or on foot?! 

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Morocco: Atlas Panorama

Only a 3-hour flight from the UK lies the beautiful North African country of Morocco. Exodus offer a number of trips to this fascinating country, from 8 days riding on exciting trails through the High and Anti Atlas mountains to 8 days exploring Marrakech and the Atlas mountains with easy day walks from a quiet…

Two wheels, temples & tea

Exodus’ Ian Langford gets more than he bargained for in Sri Lanka In March I joined the hundreds of cricket fans descending into Colombo Airport, ready to explore ‘The Pearl in the Indian Ocean’ – the teardrop island of Sri Lanka. Bleary-eyed from the early morning arrival, it did not take long for my eyelids…

Cycling in South Africa

Whether you are puffing your way up winding mountain passes in Franschoek, cruising along Route 62 in the Little Karoo, peddling through the lush valleys of the Overburg district whilst trying to spot Blue Cranes, or trying to catch a glimpse of the Southern Right Whale off the Hermanus Coastline, each day on the ‘Cycling…

Staff review – Cycle through Rajasthan –

Like many people, India was one of the places that I had always wanted to travel to. I had read the books, seen the movies – and now I was sat on an airplane ready to go.  The gentleman I sat next to on the plane (who turned out to be heir to a large…

Takk Fyrir Iceland!

By Ian Langford, who travelled on our Iceland Walking Explorer trip… Iceland is about the most pronounceable name associated with the island. Despite spending two weeks here, I will never be able to pronounce any of the place names! Even the infamous volcano, Eyjafjallajokull has been renamed E15! Despite its somewhat misleading name, summers here are actually…

A Volcanic Vacation: Trekking in Iceland

A vent near Myvatn

The locals call it hell. We walked over twisted black rocks, huge lava formations and still-smoking remnants, beginning to believe it ourselves. This is the “viti” (hell) crater of Krafla volcano, a ten kilometer yawn in the hillside, once believed to be a sign that beneath the Earth’s broken crust lurked Satan himself. If it…

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