- Follow in the footsteps of millions of pilgrims and over 1,000 years of history on the world’s greatest historical trail
- Enjoy the satisfaction of walking the full 800km of the French Camino Trail
- Pamplona – former centre of a fiercely independent kingdom and city of great history and deep-rooted traditions
- Santiago – finish in this historic city and visit the final end point of your walk at the Cathedral
- Self-guided trip allows you to set your own pace while we look after your accommodation and luggage transfers
- Travel with like-minded people but still within a self-guided framework to give you great flexibility
- Dedicated local support person in Spain for reassurance
This is a self guided walking trip that is for people who prefer company on their walk. The friendly nature of the Camino means it’s ideal for single travellers who would like the details of their trip well planned but do not want a fully guided walk.
Follow in the footsteps of millions of pilgrims and over 1,000 years of history on the world’s greatest historical trail. Following scenic country roads and forest tracks crossing old villages and cities born from the Camino trail, it is difficult to imagine a better way to enjoy Spain’s rich legacy of history, culture, food and art than to follow your own Camino. Join people from all walks and life and nationalities as they embark on this great adventure, you don’t have to be religious just a keen walker!
Extend Your Holiday – City Breaks
Double your holiday experience by including a stopover on your journey! A city break is a great way to explore another place, indulge in some extra shopping, dining or sightseeing and is a great way to break up a long flight. Our fabulous array of RAW Travel city breaks can be tailor made to your requirements and usually include an arrival transfer, 2 nights accommodation and a city sightseeing tour.
Are you a first-time or solo traveller?
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Section 1: St Jean Pied de Pamplona – 5 days
Day 1: Arrive in St Jean Pied de Port
Day 2: Walk St Jean Pied de Port to Roncesvalles (25km)
Day 3: Walk Roncesvalles to Akerreta (28km) – you can also start your trip here
Day 4: Walk Akerreta to Pamplona (17km) – you can start your trip here
Day 5: Rest day in Pamplona
Section 2: Pamplona to Burgos – 10 days
Day 6: Walk Pamplona to Puente la Reina (24km)
Day 7: Walk Puente de la Reina to Estella (22km)
Day 8: Walk Estella to Los Arcos (22km)
Day 9: Walk Los Arcos to Logrono (28km)
Day 10: Walk Logrono to Najera (29km)
Day 11: Walk Nájera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada (21km)
Day 12: Walk Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Belorado (22km)
Day 13: Walk Belorado to San Juan Ortega (24km)
Day 14: Walk San Juan de Ortega to Burgos (26km)
Day 15: Rest day in Burgos
Section 3: Burgos to Leon – 9 days
Day 16: Walk Burgos to Hornillos del Camino (21km)
Day 17: Walk Hornillos del Camino to Castrojeriz (20km)
Day 18: Walk Castrojeriz to Boadilla del Camino (19km) or Fromista (25km)
Day 19: Walk Boadilla del Camino to Carrion de los Condes (27km)
Day 20: Walk Carrion de los Condes to Terradillos de Templarios (27km)
Day 21: Walk Terradillos de Templarios to Calzadilla de los Hermanillos (27km)
Day 22: Walk Calzadilla de los Hermanillos to Mansilla de las Mulos (24km)
Day 23: Walk Mansilla de las Mulos to Leon (19km)
Day 24: Rest day in Leon
Section 4: Leon to Sarria – 10 days
Day 25: Walk Leon to Villavante (22km)
Day 26: Walk Villavante to Astorga (20km)
Day 27: Walk Astorga to Rabanal del Camino (21km)
Day 28: Walk Rabanal del Camino to Molinaseca (26km)
Day 29: Walk Molinaseca to Villafranca del Bierzo (31km)
Day 30: Walk Villafranca del Bierzo to Ambasmestas (16km)
Day 31: Walk Ambasmestas to O Cebreiro (15km)
Day 32: Walk O Cebreiro to Triacastela (21km)
Day 33: Walk Triacastela to Sarria (19km)
Day 34: Rest day in Sarria
Section 5: Sarria to Santiago – 7 days
Day 35: Walk Sarria to Portomarin (22km)
Day 36: Walk Portomarin to Palas de Rei (25km)
Day 37: Walk Palas de Rei to Arzua (29km)
Day 38: Walk Arzua to O Pedrouzo (19km)
Day 39: Walk O Pedrouzo to Santiago (20km)
Day 40: Free day in Santiago
Day 41: Depart from Santiago
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04 May 2021
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31 Aug 2021
10 Oct 2021
- 40 nights excellent accommodation including historic hotels and character country houses
- Private en suite rooms on a twin share basis
- Daily breakfast
- Pre-trip group briefing in St Jean with RAW Travel representative
- Luggage transfer each day from hotel to hotel when trekking (1 x 15kg bag per person)
- Full Camino guidebook with maps (one book per two people in twin/double share)
- Pilgrim’s passport per person
- Spanish phrase book (one book per two people in twin/double share)
- Document case
- Daily luggage tags
- Maps of your hotel locations
- Local and Australian emergency contact numbers
- Pre-trip Camino guidance with planning and starting point transport
- Dedicated local support person in Spain for reassurance
- Single supplement $1700 extra
- Travel insurance
- Flights to/from Spain
- For an extra indulgence, upgrade your hotel in Santiago to a Parador for only $120 per person/per night twin share.
- For an unforgettable birds-eye view of the city and the cathedral interior, add the Rooftop Cathedral Tour for $25 per person.
Map & Guide
Glennda Mcgregor, Bribie Island (QLD) – September 2019
Everything went smoothly. Only thing I wish was that particularly on the last 4 days of the walk we were not in accommodation way off the trail. I liked the freedom of commencing walking when I wished to, not having to wait for when it was convenient to be dropped back to the trail. That being said the accommodation was excellent.
Donna Fyfe, Parnell (New Zealand) – April 2019
Just completed the Camino de Santiago and it’s my second outing with RAW Travel. Lilia organised everything so well. Our accommodation all went without a hitch, the bag pick-up and drop off was flawless and we had the most amazing time. It was great knowing that our accommodation was sorted each night as we were doing the Camino at a busy time (started on Good Friday so the Holy Week meant it was super busy) and there were quite a few villages in the first days that were completely booked out. In fact, on the second night, there were apparently 50 people sleeping on a church floor due to lack of accommodation. Loved the hotels and there were some great hosts and meals along the way. It was also great to meet other RAW Travel pilgrims and spend time with them. Only advice I would have is book early. The Camino is getting busier every year and if you want the really good accommodation it does book out early. I can’t recommend RAW Travel highly enough. Wonderful to have knowledgeable and organised people sorting the trip for us.
Caroline Austin, Havelock North (New Zealand) – April 2019
Seamless service before and during my entire Camino experience.
Kellie-Anne Briggs, Rutherglen (VIC) – September 2018
RAW took out the logistics labour for me. As I had already decided that I would not be trying to get a bunk bed at the end of each day it was a no brainer to go ahead with RAW and have their experts source and manage my accommodation for me. My only job in the whole wide world whilst enjoying my Camino experience was to get myself out of bed, pull on my gear and get walking. All the tedious stuff was sorted by RAW. I thoroughly enjoyed my experience with both RAW and on Camino Francés. Having ‘on the ground’ RAW team members in Spain was also a plus. Both Daniel and Germán were fantastic; in particular Daniel. He went above and beyond the call of duty for our little band of pilgrims. Such a delight when we got to spend some time with him, too.
Julie Jaques, Safety Beach (VIC) – May 2017
The hotels were wonderful. An awesome journey. I loved every minute, even with my new daily blisters. Have been on such a ‘high’ since I got home.
Julie Fitzsimmons, Avoca Beach (NSW) – April 2017
We absolutely loved our RAW Travel self-guided trek across Spain. The accommodation was fantastic. One of the highlights each day was to see where we would be staying. The mix of rustic country houses to renovated monasteries was great. The organisation of moving luggage worked like clockwork. I would highly recommend RAW to other travellers and look forward to my next trekking holiday with them.
Ruth Thompson, NSW – April 2017
What an amazing trip we all had with RAW Travel. Your organisation, choice of accommodation and handling of the luggage was flawless. We sang your praises throughout Spain and wish to congratulate you and your company. Thank you for our amazing adventure!
Lani Van Dalsen, Brisbane – August 2016
I think it is quite unique as a walking experience. As always it depends very much on the individual and your perspective. I would recommend this to all people who love walking and meeting people from all over the world.
Brenda, NSW – May 2016
I loved all of it! The mountains, the scenery, churches and of course the company of the other ladies. I enjoyed the challenge that presented itself everyday and the great satisfaction of walking into Santiago de Compostella knowing I had walked every kilometre.
What our Clients Say
Everything went smoothly. Accommodation was excellent.
Glennda Mcgregor, QLD – September 2019
Our accommodation all went without a hitch, the bag pick-up and drop off was flawless and we had the most amazing time. Loved the hotels and there were some great hosts and meals along the way.
Donna Fyfe, NZ – April 2019
My only job in the whole wide world whilst enjoying my Camino experience was to get myself out of bed, pull on my gear and get walking. All the tedious stuff was sorted by RAW.
Kellie-Anne Briggs, VIC - September 2018
This trip has a difficulty rating of 4-6 out of 10.