Camino Charity Treks


Camino charity treks and challenges are a wonderful way to bring your supporters together, raise funds for your organisation and share a memorable experience.

Why choose the Camino de Santiago for your charity trek:

  • The Camino de Santiago is a manageable challenge that is highly enjoyable!
  • It is achievable for most of us, whether we are regular walkers or not
  • This network of UNESCO-listed trails has hundreds of years of history
  • The Camino is an unforgettable experience, worth sharing
  • There are many different Camino routes to choose from
  • You can spend a week or even a whole month on the Camino if you wish
  • We can adapt the itinerary and distance to your group fitness level
  • Our experienced travel team will look after all the logistics so all you have to do is organise your supporters and get them ready to hit the tracks of the historic Camino de Santiago trails.

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HOW WE CAN HELP


WE LOOK AFTER ALL THE LOGISTICS

We will look after all the logistics for your Camino charity treks, including information sessions before the trip and all the travel arrangements

FLIGHTS AND TRANSPORT

We can organise flights from your location to the destination, as well as airport pickup and drop off and even a support bus for the group, if required

QUALITY ACCOMMODATION

We have selected quality accommodation for groups in hotels and guest houses on the different Camino de Santiago routes

24/7 SUPPORT

You will have the support of our expert local guides and knowledgeable representatives on the ground, as well as the assistance of our full travel team before your trip

TOURS AND ACTIVITIES

Additional tours and activities along the Camino routes can be organised to make this great experience even more special for your group

ALL YOU NEED FOR YOUR CAMINO CHARITY TREK

The holiday preparation pack includes all the information and materials you need for your Camino adventure, such as guidebook and pilgrim passport you need to stamp to get your Compostela certificate at the Pilgrims Office in Santiago

Talk to our travel experts for more details and start planning a memorable trek with your charity supporters.

Contact Us


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