WALK THE CAMINO

Do take sensible precautions.

There have been very few reported incidents over the last decade of  walkers being accosted; the most common instances relate to petty theft in the bigger towns. Keep your valuables in a money belt or inner pocket. When walking in rural surroundings, be aware of anyone who is hanging around and doesn’t look like a fellow walker. Keep your distance and if necessary wait for fellow walkers to catch you up before proceeding; on the Camino you’ll never have to wait too long for fellow pilgrims! We certainly don’t want you to feel that it’s unsafe to walk the Camino. Many thousands of travellers walk it every year with no negative incidents, unless you include blisters!

We enjoyed our holiday very much - it was a wonderful experience. Something completely different! The organisation of the holiday was spot-on. You really couldn't have done a better job. The whole thing was perfectly tailored to our needs. It's hard to express in an e-mail how good it all was.

Anne Corrigan, UK, walking the Camino Frances

We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday and found the organisation excellent. We were also impressed by the friendliness and welcome we received everywhere. The information pack was useful and contained all the information we needed. So many, many thanks again for your kindness, efficiency and help in giving us such a good holiday.

Anne and Brian Harris, UK, walking the Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago

We had an amazing time on the Camino... I would recommend this 6 day walk to anyone. All in all a memorable trip, and you guys did a great job in planning, arranging and organising it.

Chris and Davina, Australia, walking the Camino Frances from Sarria to Santiago