RAW Travel’s Mel Reynolds was out walking the Camino and during a break from walking, she gives an excellent summary of what to carry in your day pack while walking the Camino.
UNESCO has agreed an extension to the routes of the Camino de Santiago and has now called it ‘the Camino de Santiago routes of northern Spain’. The extension to the routes of the Camino de Santiago represents a network of almost 1,500 km: coastal, interior of the Basque Country–La Rioja, Liébana and pilgrim routes. The...Read more
The Spanish Cat Language School wants to help you learn Spanish for your Camino travel by offering a 20% discount on Spanish courses in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. All Raw Travel clients can prepare and enhance for your exciting Camino adventure by learning Spanish and learn how to communicate in the native language. When...Read more
Raw travel provides extensive pre departure planning advice, information nights, comprehensive pre - departure packs and will now also have a staff member based on site on the Camino for your support.
Our Spanish member of our staff is there for you, and is fluent in both Spanish and English and based on the Camino. You...Read more