What can you do on the Camino with two weeks? Is it possible to have a beneficial experience? We tell how one family had a wonderful experience with limited time, and some tips that can help you.Read More
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS GUIDEBOOK--
Only about half of the peregrinos (pilgrims) who begin in St. Jean Pied-de-Port actually complete their walk to Santiago. I was one of those who didn’t make it on my first attempt in 2007 due to a stress fracture in my foot, which could have been avoided had I known then what I know now. All of the info I wish I had before my first Camino is in this book.
We have never heard a pilgrim on the Camino say they wished they had brought more stuff in their packs!Read More
A young southern gentleman explains Camino manners: knowing these will serve you wellRead More
The summer months are the most popular times to walk the Camino, and incidentally the hottest. Here are tips to stay safe as you walk.Read More
Wondering what to give to the person who is dreaming of walking the Camino? Can't think of anything to put on your own wish list? Here are favorite books, videos, gear, tech gifts, and clothing for the aspiring pilgrim, or anyone else who likes to travel light.Read More
So many experiences on the Camino become metaphors for your whole life, or teach you truths you take with you for a lifetime. Here is a lesson for the tough times.Read More
Crossing the Pyrenees might take every ounce of strength and grit you can muster. But it is only one route to Santiago.Read More
We will help you find a way. Camino Provisions, trustworthy advice for the road ahead.
We want to help you plan, prepare, and complete your walk on the Camino de Santiago. These tips and this free Camino First Aid download will help.Read More
God has worked through our Camino experiences to light us up, wake us up, and fire us up for a fuller life. How can we help you make your dream of walking the Camino de Santiago a reality? How can we help you get to the point of setting dates on a calendar, buying your tickets, and preparing for the walk of a lifetime?Read More
Temperatures along the Camino can soar above 100°. Here are our tips for staying safe in the heat.Read More
Our tips have helped countless peregrinos go blister-free, or treat their blisters and keep walking.Read More
Walk, breathe deeply, hydrate, eat, rest, listen. Repeat. After walking on the Camino for a few days the rhythm of the journey centers on the pace of your stride, and the sound of your breathing. You are more aware of your surroundings than at home, because your surroundings are unfamiliar. The sounds. The smells. The temperature. The sun or rain. The light...Welcome interruptions as friends. Change what you can that needs changing, but have the grace to accept what you cannot change.Read More
How about sitting down with a trusted friend over a cup of coffee or a beer this week to talk it over. Rather than making resolutions, think in terms of what things you want to discover, embrace, become, give. Our Camino Provisions team have realized that the experiences and relationships gained from walking the Camino de Santiago are more valuable and precious to us than any material item.Read More
If you like cold weather and solitude you might prefer a winter trip. Travel costs will be the cheapest of the year, but you will need more gear, and many albergues and other pilgrim-driven services are closed. Plan for less daylight, which means fewer hours of sunlit walking.
Travel costs, crowds, and availability of accommodations vary with the seasons. Here is what you need to know about each season on the Camino to help you decide what will suit you best.
If you are yearning for something you don’t even have language to express, consider planning a trip to walk the Camino this year, or soon. If you want to give someone special in your life a gift that will continue to give throughout his life, encourage him to walk the Camino.Read More