It’s hard to believe that it’s already been two months since I walked the Camino de Santiago 555 miles across Spain from St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France to the Atlantic Ocean in Finisterre, Spain. Walking the Camino de Santiago was a life changing experience and one that’s still sinking in. I’m so glad I did it. It was worth every painful, joyous and barfing step.
Arriving in Santiago on a very rainy day
Thanks to everyone who sent in their burning questions about walking the Camino de Santiago. In response, I’ve put together an FAQ PDF that can be downloaded for only $1.99. My hope is that this PDF will answer all of the questions you have about walking the Camino de Santiago and will hopefully inspire you to take the journey yourself.
What the guide provides:
- Answers to over 60 of the most frequently asked Camino de Santiago questions like:
Is the Camino well marked? Do I need a map or guide?
What is an albergue and what are they like?
How much money should I carry? Are ATMs widely available?
Will I be able to charge my camera battery along the trail?
- A complete and updated Camino de Santiago packing list
- Recommendations for guide books and links to Camino de Santiago resources
- Access to my inbox. If your question isn’t answered in this FAQ email me and I’ll answer within 5 business days.
- Information on my Camino de Santiago trip planning service
What the guide does not provide:
- Maps, route information, and albergue reviews or recommendations
- This is not a guidebook!
Click the photo below to get your guide for only $1.99. Happy walking!