Camino FAQ: How to share your Camino trip review

Thank you so much for choosing CaminoWays.com for your Camino de Santiago trip. Your feedback is extremely important for the CaminoWays.com team as it allows us to constantly improve our services and keep pilgrims happy! There are various ways you can send us your feedback, here’s how you can share your Camino trip review:

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Email and website

You can let the Customer Care team know how your Camino trip went sending them an email to info@caminoways.com. This feedback can be kept private or, if you are happy to share publicly with other travellers, we can publish it on our customer reviews page.

Feefo

Every customer who travels with CaminoWays.com will receive a Feefo survey approximately two weeks to a month after the trip. Feefo is an independent review service and comments shared are public. You can see the most recent reviews here: CaminoWays.com Feefo reviews. Only clients who have travelled with CaminoWays.com can share their feedback on Feefo.

TripAdvisor

You can also post your review on the CaminoWays.com TripAdvisor page, which is also public. Reviews must comply with TripAdvisor’s terms of use.

Google reviews

Google reviews are public. To publish a review on Google, you will need to be logged in with your Gmail account. You can also add images of your trip:

You can post your review here: CaminoWays.com Dublin

If you are in the UK, you can post your review here: CaminoWays.com London

If you are in the United States, you can post your review here: CaminoWays.com New York

Facebook

If you are a Facebook user, you can give CaminoWays.com a star rating and write a review on our Facebook page: Facebook.com/CaminoWays. Both star rating and reviews are public.

On behalf of the whole team, thank you so much for travelling with CaminoWays.com! If you need additional information, contact our travel specialists

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Comments

  1. By Lisa

    Hi Alison, thank you for your feedback and it is fantastic to hear that you had such a great experience on the Camino. We hope that you enjoy all of your future adventures and we see you back on the Camino trails soon. Kindest wishes, Lisa from CaminoWays.

  2. By Ali

    I walked part of the Camino Portuguese at the end of September 2018with a friend. It was an amazing experience and I would highly recommend it. It was very well organised and the accommodation was all excellent. We were even taken to the beach by the person that owned the hotel in Redondela, very welcome as it was 35 deg. Luggage transferred worked well.
    I loved the fact that the only thing to think about in the mornings was putting your boots on having breakfast and walking. The days were long but there seemed to be a lot of places to stop for a rest and refreshment. We walked through vineyards, beautiful villages and along the coast. Arriving in Santiogo was very emotional and the Pilgrims service at the Cathedral was the perfect endind.

  3. By Maria

    Thank you so much for travelling with us again this year, Sig and Kathy, and for taking the time to share your wonderful comments. We are delighted to hear your third Camino trip was as good as the previous two! Looking forward to helping you plan your next journey. A big thank you on behalf of the team at CaminoWays.com

  4. By Sigbert and Kathy (Krentel) Brauch

    Our third, and most recent, Camino Ways experience from Pamplona to Logrono, was as gratifying and spiritually rewarding as the previous two, one from Lugo to Santiago de Compostela in 2015, the other from St. Jean Pied de Port to Pamplona on the French Way in 2016. The hotels chosen by the CaminoWay folks were very good. The food, for the most part, were cultural delights. We have nothing but praise for the service in all these accommodations. A daily comfort: our suitcases “greeted” us daily on our arrival! Thank you to the staff of CaminoWays for your efforts in making our pilgrimage a memorable one…again! We are looking forward to another enriching journey in the near future.
    Sig and Kathy

  5. By Maria

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely feedback, Anne and Steve. We are delighted to hear you loved the Camino experience and the services organised for this special trip. A big thank you on behalf of the CaminoWays.com team.

  6. By Anne and Steve

    We reside in Ventura, CA. We used Camino Ways walking from Tui to Santiago. We started our journey on 9-16-17 and finished in Santiago on 9-22-17. We loved every moment of our journey. The accommodations were lovely, especially at the Torre do Rio. We felt so pampered there. Our luggage was always at the desired locations as well. The Camino experience was all we hoped for. We met so many lovely pilgrims. We did spend the extra money to upgrade our hotels and we are very thankful we did. We would definitely recommend Camino Ways for your trip as well. Thank you Camino Ways!

  7. By Maria

    Thank you so much for sharing your feedback with us Anthony! we are currently reviewing the notes for the Portuguese Coastal Way. It is definitely possible to have a later start, as long as the luggage is ready to be collected by the set time. Some interesting points raised that we’ll pass on to the reservations team. Kindest regards and thank you for travelling with CaminoWays.com!

  8. By Anthony Mueller

    The walking notes kms were much less than the actual km by the walking trail. For example, a day the notes said 26 ended up being 33 per the Apple My Health app.
    Hotels were generally very good. The Casa Puertes in Oia was an absolute standout. All staff were very friendly. Some breakfasts in Spain were poor, eg Baiona, (extremely poor at that cafe down the street. Please don’t send others there) Guarda, Redondela( Soutouxusto) . Dinner meals were satisfactory, with Esposende, Soutouxusto, Oia, being excellent. Please make sure you indicate on the walking notes when there will be big distances between food venues.
    Luggage transfers were very good, but it would have been good to have later starts some days, (eg 10am) especially when most dinner venues only open at 8:30pm.
    The accommodation in Vigo being so far from the trail was difficult, but we understand placing it in the harbourside part of town. The Soutouxusto accommodation was hard to find also. If we would have phoned to pick us up from Redondela, it still would not have worked as the people at San Apostolo did not speak English to understand where to pick us up from.
    Overall shoos experience.

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