WIN! £5,000 towards an Exodus tailormade adventure
Ever imagined having £5,000 to spend on a personalised dream trip? Well, thanks to adventure tour operator Exodus, you can make this a reality...
From tracing Namibia’s Skeleton Coast to gasping at the lush tropical landscapes of India’s Kerala region; from glimpsing turtles on the shores of Costa Rica to trekking to Everest Base Camp, there’s a whole world for you to choose from for your own adventure of a lifetime – created solely for your own interests.
Tour operator Exodus is offering you the chance for you to win a kitty of £5,000 to spend on a tailormade trip of your choice, using all the benefits of their 40 years of experience in crafting itineraries. You have complete flexibility, and you can even bring a friend along with you for the ride… if you choose.
THE PICK OF THE PLANET
So, what can £5,000 get you? Well, rather a lot. But while you will have the opportunity to tailor your own bespoke trip with Exodus, browsing their rich selection of tours – with more than 500 itineraries across more than 90 countries – will certainly give you plenty to feed your imagination.
For starters, you and a friend could peddle alongside the crystal-clear waters of the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. Cycle past seaside villages, medieval towns and pebble beaches as you wind your way along its dazzlingly scenic roads, culminating in the chance to wander the Unesco-listed city of Dubrovnik. But that’s just one option among many.
You and a pal could embark on a Vietnam adventure trip and explore the country from tip to toe. Hop on a boat to float the spectacular karsts of Halong Bay, then tour the Old Quarter of Hanoi. Crawl through Vietnam War history in the Cu Chi tunnels, ford the Mekong Delta, stroll the historic town of Hoi An and taste Vietnamese cuisine from pho (noodle soup) to bun cha (grilled pork and noodles) on a country-wide trip.
It doesn’t end there. Namibia is at the top of many travellers’ Africa bucket lists, and with scenes like the shifting red and amber sands of the Sossusvlei Dunes, it’s not hard to see why. Better still, this generous competition puts you a whole lot closer to Namibia’s spectacular treasures, including a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife-watching expedition to spy the lions, elephants and endangered black rhinos of the remarkable Etosha National Park.
GO EVEN FURTHER
But why not take the opportunity to tick off one of the many bucket-list destinations that Exodus helps visitors explore. Take on the classic trek to Everest Base Camp, soaking up Sherpa culture and the surrounding cloud-baiting peaks along the way. To get the best sight of Everest, climbing Kala Pattar (5,545m) serves up the ideal panoramic viewpoint, while wandering the monastery of Thyangboche offers yet another take on a fascinating land and mountain culture that is often shrouded in mystery.