The Exciting New Adventure Holidays For Busy People |
Want an unforgettable holiday but not sure you can spare three weeks away from the office? The new collection of Exodus Edits trips offer busy professionals in their 30s and 40s the chance to maximise their annual leave with a compact, curated adventure. From Iceland to India, here are six of the best itineraries to add to your 2020 wishlist.
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Sailing Yachts & Sandy Spots In Greece

Only got five days of annual leave to spare? Spend it navigating the idyllic waters of the Saronic Gulf by boarding a skippered yacht destined to take you to five different Greek islands and across the Peloponnese peninsula. Hike to ancient temples, climb an active volcano or spend your time swimming and snorkelling. 


Bazaars & Backwaters In India

It only takes 13 days to fully immerse yourself in India’s culture. Whether it’s sunrise yoga at the Taj Mahal or spending the night in a palatial fort, an off-the-grid walking tour exploring Old Delhi or cycling round Fort Cochin, this itinerary is full of adventures. You’ll also get the chance to work alongside locals in a village outside Jaipur and give back to the local community.  


Sunrises & Summits In Bali

This ten-day adventure will take you through Bali’s jungle-clad hills and coffee plantations, all the way up to hidden waterfalls and secret caves. Relax by kicking back on a sun lounger by the infinity pool or by having a go at mixing cocktails at a nearby beach bar. Finally, reset and reboot with some yoga or a visit to one of the country’s many ancient Buddhist temples. 


Eternal Summer In Iceland

Five days won’t go to waste in Iceland thanks to the country’s striking landscapes and infinite scope for adventure. Hike over glaciers, jump in a kayak or zoom across volcanic landscapes on a quad bike – all before relaxing in the steaming thermal lagoons. Visitors can also enjoy the natural phenomenon of 24-hour daylight, giving you plenty of time to take in everything this fascinating country has to offer. 


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Bun Cha & Biking In Vietnam

Explore northern and central Vietnam by bike as part of this ten-day cycling trip, designed to take you around some of the country’s most celebrated locations, including Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An. Cycle the winding Ocean Cloud Pass, the 1,000-metre high barrier that divides the climates of north and south Vietnam, before stopping off to sample a variety of traditional Vietnamese dishes and locally brewed beers. 


Digital Detox In Portugal

Portugal’s Costa Verde won’t just reset your mind, it’ll help you get active. The area’s year-round climate also offers the chance to get a blast of vitamin D, while you try a variety of different activities from cycling and surfing to yoga and paddle boarding. Located between the ocean and mountains, the local town of Viana do Castelo and city of Porto are must-visits. 


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