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Home Away From Home: Cycling From the Mountains to Sea in Portugal

The Art Nouveau beauty of Serra Golf Hotel, Portobay, Portugal

Voted the best European city destination in 2012, 2014 and 2017, there is no greater way to reach Porto then on 2 wheels. Starting at 950m, enjoy a week of observing the unchanged rural life in Portugal where you cycle past quaint riverside villages, crumbling castles and shelves of vivid green vineyards that the Minho…

Cycling Across Austria: A Self-Guided Danube Adventure

The water was a blend of olive, blue-grey and dark-sea green. I watched as three rivers flowed gently into one. The Inn River from the south and the Ilz River from the north merged together into the spectacular watercourse of the Danube, the second longest river in Europe. We started off in Passau, a town…

“A Hidden Alpine Gem” – Trekking the Queyras Mountains

Done all of the classic treks and looking for something off the beaten track? Have you heard of the Queyras in the Southern Alps? The mountains rise on the horizon. Sheer rocky outcrops, a steep grassy bank peppered with pine trees and a secluded shepherd’s hut – these are the landmarks which denote the start…

9 Unbeatable Tips for Desert Trekking

Camping in the desert

The sand dunes looked like the folds of a smooth silk cloth. Wrapped within a Jordanian scarf to shield myself from the sun, I trekked through the desert landscape taking in the gold-coloured sandstone mountains contrasting with green shrubs. I spent 4 days here, wild camping in the Wadi Rum protected area of Jordan. We…

The Sands of Time: Trekking in Wadi Rum

I was convinced they were snake tracks. “Possibly desert foxes, some look like beetles maybe.” our guide Salah soothed me. It was early morning in the desert, the first rays of the dawn dancing upon the sand, and I’d woken up surrounded by various animal tracks. Despite Salah’s reassurances, I still eye the tracks suspiciously….

Thidara Udomritkul

About Thidara
  • Private Adventures Consultant
  • Joined 2012

Before joining Exodus, her passion for travel and adrenaline activities started whilst she was at University, where every summer holiday was spent travelling abroad and volunteering on various development projects. Travel is her passion and working for Exodus allows her to fully embrace the opportunity to see the world. Most recently, Thidara trekked to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Recent Articles

Home Away From Home: Cycling From the Mountains to Sea in Portugal

The Art Nouveau beauty of Serra Golf Hotel, Portobay, Portugal

Voted the best European city destination in 2012, 2014 and 2017, there is no greater way to reach Porto then on 2 wheels. Starting at 950m, enjoy a week of observing the unchanged rural life in Portugal where you cycle past quaint riverside villages, crumbling castles and shelves of vivid green vineyards that the Minho…

Cycling Across Austria: A Self-Guided Danube Adventure

The water was a blend of olive, blue-grey and dark-sea green. I watched as three rivers flowed gently into one. The Inn River from the south and the Ilz River from the north merged together into the spectacular watercourse of the Danube, the second longest river in Europe. We started off in Passau, a town…

“A Hidden Alpine Gem” – Trekking the Queyras Mountains

Done all of the classic treks and looking for something off the beaten track? Have you heard of the Queyras in the Southern Alps? The mountains rise on the horizon. Sheer rocky outcrops, a steep grassy bank peppered with pine trees and a secluded shepherd’s hut – these are the landmarks which denote the start…

9 Unbeatable Tips for Desert Trekking

Camping in the desert

The sand dunes looked like the folds of a smooth silk cloth. Wrapped within a Jordanian scarf to shield myself from the sun, I trekked through the desert landscape taking in the gold-coloured sandstone mountains contrasting with green shrubs. I spent 4 days here, wild camping in the Wadi Rum protected area of Jordan. We…

The Sands of Time: Trekking in Wadi Rum

I was convinced they were snake tracks. “Possibly desert foxes, some look like beetles maybe.” our guide Salah soothed me. It was early morning in the desert, the first rays of the dawn dancing upon the sand, and I’d woken up surrounded by various animal tracks. Despite Salah’s reassurances, I still eye the tracks suspiciously….

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