Join us on an extraordinary walking tour of the Camino de Santiago and enjoy the best of the food, wine, accommodations and culture of Spain on this magical path.
Over the centuries, people have walked by the millions from all over Europe to make their way to Santiago de Compostela, where it is believed that St. James is buried. Then, as now, they followed the well-trod path through some of Spain’s most beautiful terrain.
The Camino has something for everyone. It may bring you laughter. It may bring you strength. It may bring you new friendships. It may bring you a newfound appreciation for the beauty of nature. And almost always, it brings you what you need, even if you don’t know that you need it.
Juan Carlos is funny, knowledgeable and a fantastic guide.Alexandra Genova
Wow! What a wonderful experience! I had the trip of a lifetime!Michael Goodin
Our goal is to support you in your journey, whatever that might be. We take care of everything so that you are free to just walk, to be, and to experience the Way of Saint James in the way that feels right to you.
- Paulo Coelho, author of 'The Pilgrimage' and 'The Alchemist' discusses the practice of #pilgrimage #MyCamino #Spain #travel #Camino #SantiagodeCompostela #spiritual #walk #walkingtour #pilgrim #hike #nature #architecture #history #writing #books onbeing.org/programs/the-p…
- As pilgrims set out from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela once more, it's worth remembering the long history the #StJamesWay. This region has many reminders of the Frankish king and devout Catholic, Charlemagne 1/4
The Vancouver Sun features the Camino de Santiago as one of "The top 5 places to visit in 2020", and Duperier's Authentic Journeys is the recommended option!
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After 20 years of walking the Camino de Santiago, I must confess I don’t think I have previously explored fully what it means to be a pilgrim. This year, with at least half of our tours canceled due to the pandemic, I have had occasion to really think about it.
For over a decade, we wanted to take our dogs Gunny and Bacchus to the Camino with us. But in the 2000s, it was really tough to find a place where we could stay with dogs without camping outside and carrying a tent. And they were too old to walk 15 miles or more a day. Thus, we were never able to pull it off. I ultimately brought them both to the Camino with me, though.More on our blog
Virtual Camino Tour
New Virtual Camino is a Facebook group that we have created to take you on a virtual journey of the Camino de Santiago during the coronavirus pandemic. Join our 3,000+ members as we explore each day a section of the 500-mile pilgrimage route.
Are you travelling as a group and wish you could make your own itinerary? You can! Let us help you design your own tour.
Nature, Culinary and Cultural Tour of Andalusia
Join us on a nature, culinary and cultural tour of the region of Andalusia, one of the most visited and most famous parts of Spain. Upcoming dates: September 29–October 9, 2020 and April 10-20, 2021.