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Plan a Private Guided Camino de Santiago Luxury Tour

More and more folks are asking us about planning a Camino de Santiago Guided Tour. That’s why I thought I’d post part of a recent email conversation (with names omitted for privacy). If you’d like to get an expertly planned a Camino de Santiago Guided Tour for 2022 contact us today as there are limited, good hotel options.

Here an example to show how we might think and plan a Camino de Santiago Guided Tour

Dates:   July 4-16, 2022         –  Prefer best hotels available with 2 rooms close together. 

We have family there in Spain, and are familiar with the country.  We haven’t spent much time in Galicia, though, 

and would love to do so in an active, meditative, fun, family-centered way, walking through the countryside. 

It’ll be 2 adults and 2 kids (ages 6 and 9). We’d like to complete the last part of the Camino to earn our Compostela, while keeping the kids’ comfort and enjoyment m in mind. 

They hike frequently, so they can handle about 5-7 miles/day. 

We’d like to have other fun activities scheduled while we’re on the trail or in towns/villages to break it up a bit and have kid friendly activities (i.e., horseback riding, biking, cooking, history, farm, pool, other?). 

To plan a Camino de Santiago Guided luxury Tour we’d like to do it alone as a family, not in a group.    We’d also like to stay at the Parador in Santiago. 

We’d like to have other fun activities scheduled while we’re on the trail or in towns/villages to break it up a bit and have kid friendly activities 

(i.e., horseback riding, biking, cooking, history, farm, pool, other?). 

When doing a Camino de Santiago Guided luxury Tour some folks start at Sarria, Spain to get the Compostella. I’d estimate with the kids you’d need at least 10 days, maybe 12 to break it up with kid-friendly fun you’d mentioned (great idea :-).


We’d like to have other fun activities scheduled while we’re on the trail or in towns/villages to break it up a bit and have kid-friendly activities (i.e., horseback riding, biking, cooking, history, farm, pool, other?). 


We’d like to do it alone as a family, not in a group.    –   OK no problem


We’d also like to stay at the Parador in Santiago.   –   OK no problem, but it can sell out in July. Time to Plan your Camino de Santiago Guided Tour for 2022?

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