Arnhem Land Community Project Travel

It was such a great trip. Really rewarding to clean up the beautiful beaches up there - we found lots of ghost nets, which made us all feel glad to be there so we could get rid of them (didn't find any trapped turtles but saw lots of turtle tracks on the beaches) - and to hang out with the Dhimurru rangers and learn a bit about Yolngu culture. was sunny most days, and warm but not too hot - we even went swimming in the sea most days.

L. Southerden | Sydney, Australia

Best of the Camino

The Camino de Santiago, or Compostela Trail, has for centuries represented an important pilgrimage route from France, across the Pyrenees and the north of Spain to the tomb of St James in Santiago de Compostela. Following the most interesting sections from Roncesvalles in Spain through famous pilgrimage cities such as Leon and Pamplona, the landscapes change daily from mountain trails to forests and open plains. With the camaraderie of a small group and local guide, the trip is fully supported throughout. At night stay in atmospheric towns in a selection of hand picked hotels where the local flavours are introduced by your hosts.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Bilbao, transfer to Roncesvalles
DAY 2 Pyrenees walk to Alto del Erro (4-5hrs), transfer to Pamplona
DAY 3 Camino walk including Puente la Reina (4-5hrs), transfer to Logroño
DAY 4 Walk via Laguardia to Santo Domingo and from Montes de Oca to San Juan de Ortega (3-4hrs), overnight Burgos
DAY 5 Walk from Castrojeriz to Frómista (4hrs) and transfer to Sahagún
DAY 6 Walk along the Castile landscape (3hrs) and transfer to León
DAY 7 Walk from Hospital de Órbigo to Astorga (3hrs)
DAY 8 Walk from Cruz de Ferro to Molinaseca (4hrs), visit Villafranca and transfer to Hererrías
DAY 9 Visit O Cebreiro, walk to Triacastela (4hrs), Samos Monastery and continue to Sarria
DAY 10 Walk to Portomarín (4-5hrs), transfer to Arzúa
DAY 11 Walk the last stage of the Camino from Lavacolla to Santiago (3hrs) with rest of day to explore the cathedral and historic centre
DAY 12 Morning visit to Cape Fisterra, rest of day at leisure
DAY 13 Trip concludes

traveller reviews

I loved this trip - It was well organised and incredibly interesting - challenging but manageable. Our tout guide was brilliant in every way you need a tour guide to be. The history and route were both amazing.
If you are thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago I would highly recommend considering this trip as you truly do get to experience the BEST of the camino.

A. Parks. Toowong, QLD, Australia

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Trip Code: BCT
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  13 days
Activities:  Inn to Inn Walking
Next Trip:  14 May 2017
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price: £2,050.00 GBP

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Supplement to begin in St Jean Pied de Port pre tour - twin share £ 80

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