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.

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Juan Carlos is funny, knowledgeable and a fantastic guide.

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Juan Carlos DuperierYour guide on the Camino

Wow! What a wonderful experience! I had the trip of a lifetime!

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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.

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El Camino: A beautiful walk thru Spain

Camino de Santiago Written by Howard Samms, 2015 Duperier's Authentic Journeys Pilgrim. The original blog post may be viewed here.  The pilgrimage to Santiago started over 1000 years ago. People from all across Europe traveled to Camino de Santiago, Spain, the burial site of Apostle St. James the Great.  

Letting go at the Cruz de Ferro on the Way of St. James

Camino de Santiago The Cruz de Ferro (the Iron Cross) is one of the most iconic places on the Way of St. James.  It calls us to truly embrace one of the fundamental practices of being a pilgrim: to pack lightly. Put another way, carry only what you need.

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Educational Program + Walking Tour

Exclusive! Learn about the history, art and culture of the Way of St. James at the University of Santiago de Compostela, then complete the experience by joining us on a walking tour.


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