Exodus Edits are compact adventures designed for busy people who want to make the most of their annual leave.
We’ve all been there. It’s the start of the year and you know that you want to go on holiday at some point in the next 12 months. But when and where?!
If you’re in a full-time job (and want to keep it) your options are traditionally very limited. You’ve only got a set number of holidays for the year and then there’s the question of who to go with.
Unless you’ve got a partner, you’re looking at going with a random mate or on your own – a prospect which certainly sounds nerve racking – but can actually be pretty exhilarating at the same time.
Step in Exodus, who asked 1,000 people in their 30s and 40s what they want from their trips abroad. 60% said they want to travel with people who are a similar age to them and 70% said they wanted to maximise their annual leave by taking fewer, shorter trips away each year.
So, they created ‘Exodus Edits’ – epic trips abroad to some of the most exotic locations on the globe that are compact enough to fit into your annual leave but jam-packed enough to fit all of the best bits in there.
What’s more – if you’re on your own, fear not – you can share your travelling with others and perhaps make some new mates while you’re at it.
Exodus Edits consists of 22 itineraries, spanning 18 countries, and ranging from 4 to 13 days – all suitable for people in their 30’s and 40’s and all positioned to get the most out of a destination in a short space of time. Here are just some of the trips they offer…
Sailing Yachts & Sandy Spots in Greece – 8 days
Spend a week navigating the idyllic waters of the Saronic Gulf, exploring five Greek islands and the Peloponnese peninsula with all the beaches, history and escapism you could ever want. Highlights including setting sail on a skippered yacht, hiking to ancient temples, climbing an active volcano and exploring the aquamarine waters by swimming, snorkelling and kayaking.
Rainforest & Restful Retreats in Costa Rica – 8 days
Costa Rica has it all – biodiversity, pristine jungles and superb beaches. There’s plenty on offer with this adventurous week-long trip including tubing on the Rio Celeste, learning to ride a wave in one of the world’s best surfing spots; Tamarindo Beach. Not forgetting the chance to explore the jungle!
Fizz & Spritz in the Prosecco Hills – 4 days
Escape to Prosecco Country, home of delectable fizz and the darling of the Veneto region. After discovering under-the-radar Treviso, you’ll explore the Prosecco Hills on foot and by bike. The 4 days also include a visit to Venice, finding hidden wine bars and spoiling yourself with excellent Italian dishes and learning how to mix iconic Italian cocktails.
Secrets & Civilisations in Mexico – 8 days
Spend a week investigating Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, discovering ancient Mayan civilisations, journeying through jungles in search of impressive monuments and head underground to find the area’s hidden rivers and caves. You’ll also have the chance to learn how to make authentic Mexican dishes as well as visit the famous Mayan sites of Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum.
Bazaars & Backwaters in India – 13 days
This two-week extravaganza explores one of the world’s most magnificent lands, giving you a whirlwind tour of the ‘Golden Triangle’. Take part in sunshine yoga at the Taj Mahal and spend a night in a palatial fort, then head south to Kerala for adventures through the spice-scented countryside and glorious backwaters. You’ll see remarkable wildlife, mingle with the locals and taste extraordinary flavours.
This is the time of year that most people start thinking and planning their holidays – so here you go – Exodus Edits are a great way to visit some of the best places on Earth, but still working within your busy schedule.
Exodus Edits will be hosting an evening of fun and games on Thursday 6th February – showcasing exactly what they offer and also giving away FOUR incredible holidays to some lucky people.
Tickets are £5 and include a complementary drink upon arrival. Click below for more info…
Check out the site below for all itineraries and info…