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    Are there any excursions I shouldn't miss?

    It is great to go on a glass bottom boat ride when you are in Aqaba and the sea life is magnificent. You will have a chance to snorkel and see all the colourful fish for only 15JD!

    Chloe Knott - Product Manager

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    Jordan articles

    Here are some articles from Exodus staff memebers who have travelled to Jordan.

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    Any tips when visiting Petra?

    You should check out the Cave Bar at the entrance to Petra. It's a 2000 year old Nabataean tomb, transformed into a classy pub! This is an excellent place to wind down after a long day in Petra, sipping a beer, a cocktail or a sheesha. The place has daily live Bedouin music and also serves local style food.
    Prices are high, especially by Jordanian standards, but even so it is worth it just for the experience!

    Sharmil Goswami - Sales

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    Is a sleeping bag really necessary for one night's camping in Jordan?

    Yes, if you want a decent night sleep! Its gets cool in the desert and in winter, nights can be quite cold. The only other option might be a scratchy berber blanket, and we can't always guarantee availability or cleanliness of these ! You won't be carrying the bag around and can leave it on the bus the whole time until needed.  You're near a permanent Bedouin camp (and fire) and since you set your tents up on soft sand, it's comfortable. Bring a head torch for going to the toilet during the night.

    Rebecca Caldicott - Customer Operations

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    Can I bring my own saddle and pedals?

    Yes. All the bikes are adaptable to be fitted with personalised bike parts. The support team accompanying the group will be able help with any bike alterations or damage to the bike along the entire trip.

    Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

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    What are the cycling conditions like in Jordan?

    The cycling stages are broken up, so you are usually not cycling for more than a couple of hours at a time. The roads are generally not too busy and there will be long stretches where you will not see any vehicles. There climbs are not that long, but due to the heat in the warmer months, a reasonable level of fitness is required. This tour centres on the Jordan valley using mostly tarmac roads, which are generally in a good state of repair, with some unsurfaced sections.

    The first two days are about 25 miles or so, nothing too punishing. You then have a day off at Petra (from cycling) then a shorter day (maybe 12 miles or so) to Little Petra (some hills!). Then after this it's a long day to Aqaba. It was quite hot when we were doing this day, and we had a strong wind coming across on the desert parts as some of them are quite exposed.
    Then you have a couple of days in Wadi Rum with some short cycling, which was my favourite part, especially the camp in the desert with a full moon, pretty amazing!

    There is also plenty of time to see the sights, walk around, relax and take photos, you're definitely not in the saddle non stop.  

     

    Rachael Stone - Customer Service

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    Tips from staff who have done Patra and Wadi Rum by Bike

    Clothing
    Shorts are fine as long as they're down to your knees, and I wouldn't advise tight lycra. Same with t-shirts - fine as long as shoulders aren't exposed. A light scarf is a good idea, as it guards against the sun when it's hot, and sand when it's windy. I had some shorts, canvas trousers and then just layers, so t-shirts, a couple of long sleeve tops and a warm jacket (it can get chilly at night). Light walking shoes or trainers are fine. I also had a pair of flip flops and some Converse trainers, as they are nice and light - but sandals are fine as well. No need for anything formal, you can dress as you like but generally people wore long trousers and a shirt at dinner (but t-shirt is absolutely fine as well!).

     

    Covering up
    You don't need to be too severe. As long as shorts come to your knees, you'll be fine. It's best to cover shoulders but you will see plenty of tourists with bare shoulders around the place. Tourism has grown quite a lot in Jordan, so they are used to seeing less conservative dress, but it's good to still be aware of local sensibilities.
    At the end of the day, nobody will probably say anything to you but this doesn't mean they are the most appropriate or suitable.

     

    Money
    I changed Sterling cash when I arrrived (there's no real need to get Dinars in advance) and topped up with my ATM card towards the end. It's quite a safe country and, as long as you excercise the same degree of common sense you would at home, you shouldn't have any problems.


    General
    I found it all reasonably easy, but have done a few cycling trips before. But there were some people in my group who were doing their first and they also had no problems. As long as you are of reasonable fitness and are aware of the distances you'll be doing, you shouldn't have any problems. The roads are almost all tarmac, there is a definite downhill bias (although some uphill!) so it shouldn't be too bad.


    The weather should be quite nice, but some nights may drop down to single figures. You'lll definitely need a jacket, nothing too heavy but something warm.

     

    Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

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    What cycling gear do I need?

    Synthetic, cotton or merino wool tops will be perfect for cycling , especially when it's hot . Shorts (could be padded) will also be great as it will almost certainly be too hot for cycling in trousers. Stiff sole shoes are in general better for cycling but you could also go for sandals. A lightweight windbreaker (or water-resistant/proof top) may come handy in the unlikely event of a spell of bad weather ; however, in case of rain you may well go for being wet because of the rain rather than because of your own sweat under a jacket.

    Rachel George - Customer Operations

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    Jordan country guide (including plugs!)

    Please visit the Exodus Travel Guide to Jordan where you can find out what plugs they use, as well as more detailed Country information in the menu on the left of the page.     

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    What is the food and water situation in Jordan?

    Middle Eastern food is delicious and you're in for a treat! Kebabs and grilled meat are ubiquitous and plentiful. Local salads are fantastically fresh, with lots of flavour. Fresh bread is provided with most meals, along with lots of nut/bean based dips and humous. Drinking water, in the form of cheap bottled water, is on sale everywhere. Enjoy! Kai Aylward - Sales

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    Is it easy to get a Jordanian visa on arrival?

    If you are on the group flights, and the group is 5 or more, then it is obtained free of charge. When the group arrive in Amman, a local representative will meet you before immigration and take you though the process. The tour leader will then meet you on the other side, once you are through. If you are not on the group flights, and are a British passport holder, it is still quite straightforward. The cost is approx 10JD (Jordanian Dinar). Alessandra Van Dyk - Customer Operations

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    What type of clothing is most suitable for Jordan?

    Jordan is fairly relaxed compared to other Middle Eastern countries and in the main tourist areas such as Petra there are no real clothing restrictions (within reason!). In the smaller villages it is advised for women particularly to be more conservative in their clothing. Chloe Knott - Product Manager

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    Any good shopping tips for Jordan?

    In terms of shopping, there's lots of small souvenirs you can buy in most towns on the itinerary, but most people on my trip ended up with shisha pipes! Kai Aylward - Sales

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    Will Ramadan affect my trip?

    Please note that the holy month of Ramadan will take place from the 20th of July to the 18th of August 2012 (dates can shift slightly). This is a time when followers of Islam do not eat or drink between sunrise and sunset. This can sometimes affect the opening hours of certain tourist sites. However we will ensure that that the itinerary is affected as little as possible if you travel during this period. Food and drink is available to tourists during the day. Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    Exodus staff - expertise on hand to help

    All the staff at Exodus share a passion for adventure travel, and are always happy to answer any questions you may have. You can find an expert for the area you are interested in here and can contact them to get further information. If you don't see your specific country listed, please email customerops@exodus.co.uk and they will get the answers you need!

  •  

    Are there any excursions I shouldn't miss?

    It is great to go on a glass bottom boat ride when you are in Aqaba and the sea life is magnificent. You will have a chance to snorkel and see all the colourful fish for only 15JD! Chloe Knott - Product Manager

  •  

    Jordan articles

    Here are some articles from Exodus staff memebers who have travelled to Jordan.

  •  

    Any tips when visiting Petra?

    You should check out the Cave Bar at the entrance to Petra. It's a 2000 year old Nabataean tomb, transformed into a classy pub! This is an excellent place to wind down after a long day in Petra, sipping a beer, a cocktail or a sheesha. The place has daily live Bedouin music and also serves local style food. Prices are high, especially by Jordanian standards, but even so it is worth it just for the experience! Sharmil Goswami - Sales

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    Is a sleeping bag really necessary for one night's camping in Jordan?

    Yes, if you want a decent night sleep! Its gets cool in the desert and in winter, nights can be quite cold. The only other option might be a scratchy berber blanket, and we can't always guarantee availability or cleanliness of these ! You won't be carrying the bag around and can leave it on the bus the whole time until needed.  You're near a permanent Bedouin camp (and fire) and since you set your tents up on soft sand, it's comfortable. Bring a head torch for going to the toilet during the night. Rebecca Caldicott - Customer Operations

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    Can I bring my own saddle and pedals?

    Yes. All the bikes are adaptable to be fitted with personalised bike parts. The support team accompanying the group will be able help with any bike alterations or damage to the bike along the entire trip. Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    What are the cycling conditions like in Jordan?

    The cycling stages are broken up, so you are usually not cycling for more than a couple of hours at a time. The roads are generally not too busy and there will be long stretches where you will not see any vehicles. There climbs are not that long, but due to the heat in the warmer months, a reasonable level of fitness is required. This tour centres on the Jordan valley using mostly tarmac roads, which are generally in a good state of repair, with some unsurfaced sections. The first two days are about 25 miles or so, nothing too punishing. You then have a day off at Petra (from cycling) then a shorter day (maybe 12 miles or so) to Little Petra (some hills!). Then after this it's a long day to Aqaba. It was quite hot when we were doing this day, and we had a strong wind coming across on the desert parts as some of them are quite exposed. Then you have a couple of days in Wadi Rum with some short cycling, which was my favourite part, especially the camp in the desert with a full moon, pretty amazing! There is also plenty of time to see the sights, walk around, relax and take photos, you're definitely not in the saddle non stop.     Rachael Stone - Customer Service

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    Tips from staff who have done Patra and Wadi Rum by Bike

    ClothingShorts are fine as long as they're down to your knees, and I wouldn't advise tight lycra. Same with t-shirts - fine as long as shoulders aren't exposed. A light scarf is a good idea, as it guards against the sun when it's hot, and sand when it's windy. I had some shorts, canvas trousers and then just layers, so t-shirts, a couple of long sleeve tops and a warm jacket (it can get chilly at night). Light walking shoes or trainers are fine. I also had a pair of flip flops and some Converse trainers, as they are nice and light - but sandals are fine as well. No need for anything formal, you can dress as you like but generally people wore long trousers and a shirt at dinner (but t-shirt is absolutely fine as well!).   Covering upYou don't need to be too severe. As long as shorts come to your knees, you'll be fine. It's best to cover shoulders but you will see plenty of tourists with bare shoulders around the place. Tourism has grown quite a lot in Jordan, so they are used to seeing less conservative dress, but it's good to still be aware of local sensibilities. At the end of the day, nobody will probably say anything to you but this doesn't mean they are the most appropriate or suitable.   MoneyI changed Sterling cash when I arrrived (there's no real need to get Dinars in advance) and topped up with my ATM card towards the end. It's quite a safe country and, as long as you excercise the same degree of common sense you would at home, you shouldn't have any problems. GeneralI found it all reasonably easy, but have done a few cycling trips before. But there were some people in my group who were doing their first and they also had no problems. As long as you are of reasonable fitness and are aware of the distances you'll be doing, you shouldn't have any problems. The roads are almost all tarmac, there is a definite downhill bias (although some uphill!) so it shouldn't be too bad. The weather should be quite nice, but some nights may drop down to single figures. You'lll definitely need a jacket, nothing too heavy but something warm.   Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    What cycling gear do I need?

    Synthetic, cotton or merino wool tops will be perfect for cycling , especially when it's hot . Shorts (could be padded) will also be great as it will almost certainly be too hot for cycling in trousers. Stiff sole shoes are in general better for cycling but you could also go for sandals. A lightweight windbreaker (or water-resistant/proof top) may come handy in the unlikely event of a spell of bad weather ; however, in case of rain you may well go for being wet because of the rain rather than because of your own sweat under a jacket. Rachel George - Customer Operations

  •  

    Jordan country guide (including plugs!)

    Please visit the Exodus Travel Guide to Jordan where you can find out what plugs they use, as well as more detailed Country information in the menu on the left of the page.     

  •  

    What is the food and water situation in Jordan?

    Middle Eastern food is delicious and you're in for a treat! Kebabs and grilled meat are ubiquitous and plentiful. Local salads are fantastically fresh, with lots of flavour. Fresh bread is provided with most meals, along with lots of nut/bean based dips and humous. Drinking water, in the form of cheap bottled water, is on sale everywhere. Enjoy! Kai Aylward - Sales

  •  

    Is it easy to get a Jordanian visa on arrival?

    If you are on the group flights, and the group is 5 or more, then it is obtained free of charge. When the group arrive in Amman, a local representative will meet you before immigration and take you though the process. The tour leader will then meet you on the other side, once you are through. If you are not on the group flights, and are a British passport holder, it is still quite straightforward. The cost is approx 10JD (Jordanian Dinar). Alessandra Van Dyk - Customer Operations

  •  

    What type of clothing is most suitable for Jordan?

    Jordan is fairly relaxed compared to other Middle Eastern countries and in the main tourist areas such as Petra there are no real clothing restrictions (within reason!). In the smaller villages it is advised for women particularly to be more conservative in their clothing. Chloe Knott - Product Manager

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    Any good shopping tips for Jordan?

    In terms of shopping, there's lots of small souvenirs you can buy in most towns on the itinerary, but most people on my trip ended up with shisha pipes! Kai Aylward - Sales

  •  

    Will Ramadan affect my trip?

    Please note that the holy month of Ramadan will take place from the 20th of July to the 18th of August 2012 (dates can shift slightly). This is a time when followers of Islam do not eat or drink between sunrise and sunset. This can sometimes affect the opening hours of certain tourist sites. However we will ensure that that the itinerary is affected as little as possible if you travel during this period. Food and drink is available to tourists during the day. Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    Exodus staff - expertise on hand to help

    All the staff at Exodus share a passion for adventure travel, and are always happy to answer any questions you may have. You can find an expert for the area you are interested in here and can contact them to get further information. If you don't see your specific country listed, please email customerops@exodus.co.uk and they will get the answers you need!

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    Will Ramadan affect my trip?

    Please note that the holy month of Ramadan will take place during specific dates each year, the actual dates will be listed in the respective Trip Notes. This is a time when followers of Islam do not eat or drink between sunrise and sunset. This can sometimes affect the opening hours of certain tourist sites. However we will ensure that that the itinerary is affected as little as possible if you travel during this period. Food and drink is available to tourists during the day. Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

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    How do I join the Departure Lounge (forum) in the Exodus Community?

    To view the Forums, including the Departure Lounge, you do not need to be member of the Exodus Community, simply click on the Community link at the top of every page and read the posts in their respective sections by entering the Departure Lounge, or one of the other options in the list on the page.

    To join in a discussion, if already a member, please sign in to your Exodus website account (not related to booking reservations) to contribute to the Forum. If you are not a member of the Exodus Community, you can register by clicking the 'Sign in' at the top of every webpage and select ‘Register’ within the drop down panel.

    When viewing the Forum area of the website, as you scroll through the 'Rooms' which are set out by 'travel months' during the current year within the Departure Lounge. You can then select the 'month' of intended travel, then filter the list of trips that have already been created by fellow travellers to see if your trip is listed. If the trip you are travelling on is not in the list, you can start the process by clicking on the 'Post new forum topic' link above the list on the same page. If you do see your trip within the list, select it to view the 'discussion' by your fellow travellers and you can join in by completing the 'Post your comment' section below the discussion thread.

    Please note: there might be slight a delay before your post/comment appears as intended because we moderate what is published on the website.

    We hope you enjoy using the Departure Lounge to meet your fellow travellers and continue to contribute right up to the start of your journey with Exodus.

  •  

    How do I join the Departure Lounge (forum) in the Exodus Community?

    To view the Forums, including the Departure Lounge, you do not need to be member of the Exodus Community, simply click on the Community link at the top of every page and read the posts in their respective sections by entering the Departure Lounge, or one of the other options in the list on the page. To join in a discussion, if already a member, please sign in to your Exodus website account (not related to booking reservations) to contribute to the Forum. If you are not a member of the Exodus Community, you can register by clicking the 'Sign in' at the top of every webpage and select ‘Register’ within the drop down panel. When viewing the Forum area of the website, as you scroll through the 'Rooms' which are set out by 'travel months' during the current year within the Departure Lounge. You can then select the 'month' of intended travel, then filter the list of trips that have already been created by fellow travellers to see if your trip is listed. If the trip you are travelling on is not in the list, you can start the process by clicking on the 'Post new forum topic' link above the list on the same page. If you do see your trip within the list, select it to view the 'discussion' by your fellow travellers and you can join in by completing the 'Post your comment' section below the discussion thread. Please note: there might be slight a delay before your post/comment appears as intended because we moderate what is published on the website. We hope you enjoy using the Departure Lounge to meet your fellow travellers and continue to contribute right up to the start of your journey with Exodus.

  •  

    Are there any excursions I shouldn't miss?

    It is great to go on a glass bottom boat ride when you are in Aqaba and the sea life is magnificent. You will have a chance to snorkel and see all the colourful fish for only 15JD!

    Chloe Knott - Product Manager

  •  

    Jordan articles

    Here are some articles from Exodus staff memebers who have travelled to Jordan.

  •  

    Any tips when visiting Petra?

    You should check out the Cave Bar at the entrance to Petra. It's a 2000 year old Nabataean tomb, transformed into a classy pub! This is an excellent place to wind down after a long day in Petra, sipping a beer, a cocktail or a sheesha. The place has daily live Bedouin music and also serves local style food.
    Prices are high, especially by Jordanian standards, but even so it is worth it just for the experience!

    Sharmil Goswami - Sales

  •  

    Is a sleeping bag really necessary for one night's camping in Jordan?

    Yes, if you want a decent night sleep! Its gets cool in the desert and in winter, nights can be quite cold. The only other option might be a scratchy berber blanket, and we can't always guarantee availability or cleanliness of these ! You won't be carrying the bag around and can leave it on the bus the whole time until needed.  You're near a permanent Bedouin camp (and fire) and since you set your tents up on soft sand, it's comfortable. Bring a head torch for going to the toilet during the night.

    Rebecca Caldicott - Customer Operations

  •  

    Can I bring my own saddle and pedals?

    Yes. All the bikes are adaptable to be fitted with personalised bike parts. The support team accompanying the group will be able help with any bike alterations or damage to the bike along the entire trip.

    Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    What are the cycling conditions like in Jordan?

    The cycling stages are broken up, so you are usually not cycling for more than a couple of hours at a time. The roads are generally not too busy and there will be long stretches where you will not see any vehicles. There climbs are not that long, but due to the heat in the warmer months, a reasonable level of fitness is required. This tour centres on the Jordan valley using mostly tarmac roads, which are generally in a good state of repair, with some unsurfaced sections.

    The first two days are about 25 miles or so, nothing too punishing. You then have a day off at Petra (from cycling) then a shorter day (maybe 12 miles or so) to Little Petra (some hills!). Then after this it's a long day to Aqaba. It was quite hot when we were doing this day, and we had a strong wind coming across on the desert parts as some of them are quite exposed.
    Then you have a couple of days in Wadi Rum with some short cycling, which was my favourite part, especially the camp in the desert with a full moon, pretty amazing!

    There is also plenty of time to see the sights, walk around, relax and take photos, you're definitely not in the saddle non stop.  

     

    Rachael Stone - Customer Service

  •  

    Tips from staff who have done Patra and Wadi Rum by Bike

    Clothing
    Shorts are fine as long as they're down to your knees, and I wouldn't advise tight lycra. Same with t-shirts - fine as long as shoulders aren't exposed. A light scarf is a good idea, as it guards against the sun when it's hot, and sand when it's windy. I had some shorts, canvas trousers and then just layers, so t-shirts, a couple of long sleeve tops and a warm jacket (it can get chilly at night). Light walking shoes or trainers are fine. I also had a pair of flip flops and some Converse trainers, as they are nice and light - but sandals are fine as well. No need for anything formal, you can dress as you like but generally people wore long trousers and a shirt at dinner (but t-shirt is absolutely fine as well!).

     

    Covering up
    You don't need to be too severe. As long as shorts come to your knees, you'll be fine. It's best to cover shoulders but you will see plenty of tourists with bare shoulders around the place. Tourism has grown quite a lot in Jordan, so they are used to seeing less conservative dress, but it's good to still be aware of local sensibilities.
    At the end of the day, nobody will probably say anything to you but this doesn't mean they are the most appropriate or suitable.

     

    Money
    I changed Sterling cash when I arrrived (there's no real need to get Dinars in advance) and topped up with my ATM card towards the end. It's quite a safe country and, as long as you excercise the same degree of common sense you would at home, you shouldn't have any problems.


    General
    I found it all reasonably easy, but have done a few cycling trips before. But there were some people in my group who were doing their first and they also had no problems. As long as you are of reasonable fitness and are aware of the distances you'll be doing, you shouldn't have any problems. The roads are almost all tarmac, there is a definite downhill bias (although some uphill!) so it shouldn't be too bad.


    The weather should be quite nice, but some nights may drop down to single figures. You'lll definitely need a jacket, nothing too heavy but something warm.

     

    Brendan Phelan - Customer Operations

  •  

    What cycling gear do I need?

    Synthetic, cotton or merino wool tops will be perfect for cycling , especially when it's hot . Shorts (could be padded) will also be great as it will almost certainly be too hot for cycling in trousers. Stiff sole shoes are in general better for cycling but you could also go for sandals. A lightweight windbreaker (or water-resistant/proof top) may come handy in the unlikely event of a spell of bad weather ; however, in case of rain you may well go for being wet because of the rain rather than because of your own sweat under a jacket.

    Rachel George - Customer Operations

  •  

    Exodus staff - expertise on hand to help

    All the staff at Exodus share a passion for adventure travel, and are always happy to answer any questions you may have. You can find an expert for the area you are interested in here and can contact them to get further information. If you don't see your specific country listed, please email customerops@exodus.co.uk and they will get the answers you need!

  •  

    How do I join the Departure Lounge (forum) in the Exodus Community?

    To view the Forums, including the Departure Lounge, you do not need to be member of the Exodus Community, simply click on the Community link at the top of every page and read the posts in their respective sections by entering the Departure Lounge, or one of the other options in the list on the page.

    To join in a discussion, if already a member, please sign in to your Exodus website account (not related to booking reservations) to contribute to the Forum. If you are not a member of the Exodus Community, you can register by clicking the 'Sign in' at the top of every webpage and select ‘Register’ within the drop down panel.

    When viewing the Forum area of the website, as you scroll through the 'Rooms' which are set out by 'travel months' during the current year within the Departure Lounge. You can then select the 'month' of intended travel, then filter the list of trips that have already been created by fellow travellers to see if your trip is listed. If the trip you are travelling on is not in the list, you can start the process by clicking on the 'Post new forum topic' link above the list on the same page. If you do see your trip within the list, select it to view the 'discussion' by your fellow travellers and you can join in by completing the 'Post your comment' section below the discussion thread.

    Please note: there might be slight a delay before your post/comment appears as intended because we moderate what is published on the website.

    We hope you enjoy using the Departure Lounge to meet your fellow travellers and continue to contribute right up to the start of your journey with Exodus.

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    Do I have to bring my own bike?

    No, a quality local hire bike is included in the overall price of this cycling holiday.
    If you prefer the familiarity of your own bike, you may of course bring it along. A discount of GBP90 will apply if you do so.

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    Are 2017 dates and prices available?

    Our experts can access lots of 2017 departures now, and we’ll be loading them on here soon. Meanwhile, you can call, email or use live chat to check 2017 dates, prices, availability and to book.

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    How do I compare trips for my next adventure?

    To compare trips for consideration, you can add them to your 'Shortlist'.

    During your search for your next adventure you can save 'holidays' to your Shortlist and compare trips. For this to work correctly, you must be signed in during your 'user session'; i.e. during your time on the Exodus website. These will then be saved in your account (don't have an Exodus website account?  Sign up now!).

    The Shortlist menu item (top of every page) only appears when holidays are added. Adding holidays can be done by clicking on the 'Add to shortlist' with the 'Heart' symbol on any 'Holiday' page above the 'At a Glance' section, or in the 'holiday' panels within Search Results pages, or in the 'You might also like...' section at the foot of the trip page viewed. The selected holidays will be saved into your account for consideration and can be removed there, as well as from the 'compare trips' page from the menu link located at the top of every page.

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