The award-winning travel company resumes self-guided and group-led adventures, and donates $100 of every tour booked to communities devastated by the lack of tourism dollars.
Exodus Travels has announced that their self- guided and award-winning led tours will be resuming for Americans July and August 2021. As the world carefully reopens, the leading small-group adventure tour company is excited to welcome everyone back to explore far-flung places and faraway destinations.
Exodus is committed to building travel back better than ever, and will donate $100 of every 2021 or 2022 booking to their global Community Kickstart Project, which was created to support those hit hardest by the devastating effects of the past 16 months in destinations heavily reliant on tourism dollars.
Once again travelers will be able to experience an expertly curated cycling, walking, or cultural adventure that suits their pace. Self guided trips to Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, Malta, and Bermuda will resume this July.
Adventurers are eager to sip their way through vineyards, tuck into some delicious seafood on the beach, enjoy exhilarating hikes towards dramatic waterfalls, cycle past medieval hilltop towns, or give into the wild on safari. With that in mind, small group-led tours to Greece, Portugal, Spain, Galapagos, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Africa, Iceland, Turkey, and Switzerland will once again be open to Americans this August and September.
As preparations for new adventures unfold, Exodus wants to remind everyone that now more than ever the opportunity to travel is a privilege. The global community has been affected by the COVID-19 virus, with the greatest impact being felt by the world’s most vulnerable. Many were affected not only by the virus, but by the significant lack of tourism dollars. This has had a devastating impact on so many, including the people who have welcomed Exodus travelers into their communities for the past 46 years.
The global initiative provides funds for the following projects and many more.
Meals for the vulnerable people of Kathmandu, Nepal
Food packages for families of the porters of Peru’s Inca Trail
Education catch up and school openings for kids in Zambia
Essential hygiene and school packets for families along the Mekong Delta, Laos
Exodus is committed to the safety of all travelers, leaders, staff and local people in the destinations they visit at all times. Health and safety teams work in tandem with leaders to keep guests safe on their adventures, providing assistance from the moment travel is booked to the minute travelers return to home soil. With Exodus, travelers can book with confidence and travel stress-free.
More information on the Exodus Community Kickstart Project can be found here.
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