The Caminoways.com holiday pack is an essential part of your Camino de Santiago trip with CaminoWays.com.
These holiday packs are customized to suit your trip and specially prepared by the CaminoWays.com team, after traveling and researching different destinations.
The holiday pack contains all the information you need to enjoy your walking holiday with CaminoWays.com.
You will receive your Caminoways.com Holiday Pack as soon as your accommodations are confirmed. This should be no later than 1 month prior to departure unless the booking is made at the last minute.
*For last minute bookings: your holiday pack will be sent at our earliest convenience.
You will receive all information by email. Please ensure the email address we have for you is up to date and accessible by you.
WHAT’S IN YOUR HOLIDAY PACK:
Accommodation: You will receive information about your accommodation for each night of your trip and the hotel location;
Airport Transfers: All details of these
Luggage Transfers: All details of these
Your Route Ebook with lots of helpful information about your chosen route/s
Live Google Map Links for your route
Downloadable Luggage Tags
This information will be emailed to you and it is very important you download it, read it at home and print it or store it on your mobile phone to take with you on your trip.
This is the luggage tag that will be sent to you via email. You can print it and attach it to your luggage so it can be transferred from hotel to hotel each morning and easily identified by our transporters.
You only need to write your booking reference and contact details on the back.
Our transporters have more CaminoWays.com tags, so if the tag gets damaged they will replace them with your details, you don’t have to worry.
More information about our Caminoways.com Holiday Packs
Our walking notes and practical information reflect the route as accurately as possible and are updated by the team as often as possible.
Like with any other holiday, in addition to our walking notes, we recommend you bring any additional literature you might have, as well as reading about the route and the area before you travel for additional information about events, culture, etc…
A good starting point is the CaminoWays.com blog, where you can read our latest articles related to the Camino routes, such as interesting facts, places not to miss, upcoming festivals and other updates written by the team each week.
This is the pilgrim passport also known as ‘credencial’. You will need to acquire one before you start walking and you should stamp it each day during your Camino, tracking your journey’s progress.
You can order yours online from the following links: