Camino de Santiago Tours & Holidays

Discover idyllic scenery and maybe a bit more of yourself on Europe's greatest pilgrimage

From uncovering the history of ancient ruins to tasting Galician specialities and bathing in holy springs, the Camino de Santiago is an enriching journey in many ways. With your local leader by your side, you can focus on putting one foot in front of the other without sweating the (not-so) small stuff – like organising accommodation and luggage transfers – which is all taken care of for you. This means more time to immerse yourself in the culture of Spain or Portugal. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure that'll get you out of your comfort zone.

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Camino de Santiago tour reviews

4.8 out of 5 based on 235 reviews submitted.
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Explore Spain & Portugal

Evan · Traveled December 2023
A first experience I will never forget! Our tour guide had a big heart, couldn’t find a false note anywhere. Ate hearty meals with the gang, the sights were quite grand, bus rides wound my cogs but at least they were on land!
Review submitted 30 Dec 2023

Explore Spain & Portugal

Susie · Traveled December 2023
It was a joy to share our leader’s enthusiasm and knowledge. She was clearly someone who operated from a base of principles and values. A solid worthy human being.
Review submitted 30 Dec 2023

Walk the Camino de Santiago

Reanna · Traveled October 2023
This trip was fantastic for two reasons. First reason: the people (all except one of the other fellow guests) and namely our guide. Our guide Oswaldo was the absolute best. He set the tone for a positive, safe, informative, humorous, and incredibly fun experience. 11 members of the group were terrific, and although we walked at different paces (which is to be expected), Oswaldo arranged it so that we would have frequent meet ups for lunches, coffees, info sessions, etc. He went above and beyond by coordinating our meals, walking and conversing with everyone, and even walking back several kms when a member mentioned above left her walking poles behind to retrieve them for her. Despite having one very unpleasant member in the group, the rest of the group had the best time together- a great group of respectful, interesting, funny, and interested pilgrims who felt very accomplished at having completed their journey together. Second Reason: the TREK. Yes, it is a trek- a long, at times arduous journey with hills, sometimes roughed terrain, and rain (at least in Oct). I do recommend walking regularly at a pace that allows you to complete the number of kms in the time allowed before attempting this trek. Having said that, most if not all of us struggled with some aches and pains and fatigue at the end of the day and some with blisters, but we were all able to power through and with the encouragement and support of Oswaldo and each other, we all made it walking the whole way (even on the longest day) to the very end. The scenery was rustic, yet beautiful. The lodgings were simple (so if you prefer 5 star hotels this is definitely not the trip), and the food was great, and the comradery of group was excellent- which I credit our guide for arranging our meals together, allowing people to walk at their own pace but then bringing the group together at key times, and providing encouragement to all throughout the walks each and every day. We are fortunate to attend a full mass at the cathedral at the very end and it was quite impressive. It's a trip I will never forget, and I'm already thinking about doing the similar one in Portugal!
Review submitted 24 Oct 2023

Walk the Camino de Santiago

Sarah · Traveled October 2023
The Camino de Santiago was a wonderful trip. Physically challenging but very manageable. You journey through picturesque farm towns with beautiful animals on display, other walkers are very friendly and local pilgrim stops are welcoming. Oswaldo was a wonderful tour leader and had a blast meeting new people.
Review submitted 24 Oct 2023

Walk the Camino de Santiago

roger · Traveled October 2023
The "Walk the Camino de Santiago" trip was an amazing journey that has it all. It was challenging , rewarding, beautiful, spiritual, healing, tasty and fun. Our leader, Oswaldo was over the top amazing!! We will forever remember "walking the way".
Review submitted 24 Oct 2023

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