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Celebrating Women on the Camino

Each year in March the world comes together to celebrate women for International Women’s Day. This year we have put together two women-only Camino guided tours. Whether you are a seasoned female adventurer or it is your first time embarking on a long distance walk the guided Camino tours give you the chance to enjoy this unique experience with a bunch of fellow walkers.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, CaminoWays.com the Camino de Santiago walking and cycling specialists have launched Women on the Camino Guided tours for 2017. This year we have new departure dates and these special women only tours promise to be fun-filled adventures.

This unique tour will take the group to Galicia’s Rías Baixas region, famous for its ample seafood and tasty Albariño white wine. The group will be walking the last 100kms of the Portuguese Coastal Way, a Camino route taking in fantastic views of the Ocean, great beaches and historic towns such as Pontevedra and the coastal town of Baiona.

Walking along forest tracks, peaceful hamlets and country villages… the group will meet fellow Camino pilgrims on their way to Santiago. Once in Santiago de Compostela, the city of St James, it will be time to celebrate your journey! The team, led by an experienced local guide, will also be able to request their ‘Compostela’ certificate, awarded to pilgrims who walk at least the last 100kms into Santiago.

Don’t miss this opportunity to join this fantastic guided tour and share the Camino experience with a friendly group.

Women on the Camino Guided Tours

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Price Includes:

English-speaking guide, airport transfers from/to Santiago de Compostela airport, half-board accommodation, luggage transfers and holiday pack with practical information.

Price does not include:

Flights, insurance, lunch.

*Please note that discounts can only be applied to new bookings and cannot be included on trips already confirmed.

To learn more about any of these exciting tours please contact one of our travel specialists.

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Lisa
Writer at CaminoWays.com
Lisa hails from the west of Ireland and has spent some time living on the slopes in Canada where she discovered her love of hiking, walking and all things outdoors. Lisa is a digital diva and active member of an International poetry network.
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2 Responses to “Celebrating Women on the Camino”

Lisa

Hi John, anyone is free to walk the Camino at any stage but we have two special women only tours running this year. If you wish to organise a trip around the same time our travel specialists would be delighted to help. you. Kindest regards, Lisa.


John Hall

Are men allowed to join the 16 Sep walk???


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