Bucket List Trips
Historically, doing the pilgrimage to the tomb of St James started at your door step and meant a return trip on foot or horseback. Nowadays, most people consider completing the full French Way from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago as “the real Camino”.
It is possible now to walk the last 100km and get your pilgrim certificate but in truth, this does not leave much room to detach the mind from daily stresses and really settle into the mindset of a pilgrim or long distance traveler.
If you are longing to step out of the rat race and clear your head then our Bucket List Trip may just be the answer to all your worries.
This journey will be individually tailored for you to discover the Camino (and yourself) at your own pace.
We consider a ‘Bucket List’ trip any escapade that is 3 weeks plus. To complete the full Camino Frances; Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago in comfort takes on average 35 walking days, excluding rest days along the way. We can make it shorter, longer, faster or slower, it is your Camino.
We are happy to help you map out your trip, taking into consideration the time you have, the distance you want to cover daily, budget, rest days and your overall experience.
Let go of reality and live in the now along the Camino. Start by allowing us do all the organizing for you. Leave it up to us, we?re the experts.
In small group or even if you decide to travel alone, our team will be your travel partner from planning to completion.
Allow us arrange your walk or cycle along the Camino. We will cater to your individual needs whether it be, along The French or some of the lesser travelled routes. We?ve been there, done that.
Contact us or give us a call today and start the journey of your lifetime.
Call our expert team today for your Camino consultation
“I returned from completing the French Camino over 34 days (35 nights) and overall, my experience of the Full French Way Package was excellent. I did not have any issues or confusion with any of the booking of the accommodation and my bag was transported 34 times across the width of Spain and never got lost or mislaid. Thanks for all your help in organising this”
Sean Breathnach, Ireland