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Camino De SantiagoScores 8.3 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
(7 out of 10)


Santiago has 220 days of rain a year. Take waterproofs.
I thought that the group was too large. You advertise 12 to 15. We had 16.
The booking system was poor. two of us in the group were told that our flight left at 3.55pm which was altered 3 weeks before we left. Everyone else was given the correct departure time on booking. 2 were told that they could not fly from Gatwick and one was told that he could.
The customer service was amazing. I lost my mobile 'phone which was found and my daughter contacted. She contacted Explore who managed to arrange the delivery of the phone to the hotel in Santiago.

The highlights were the daily walking and visits to the churches en route. The tours of Leon and Santiago. Other highlights were the delicious octopus and the reasonably priced wine and beer.

This wasn't my favourite walking holiday for its terrain and beauty but for many it is a pilgrimage which creates a unique atmosphere.
Confirmed traveller: 15 May 2016
Published on: 22 May 2016
(8 out of 10)


Great trip despite the wet weather. Group ranged in walking pace which led to some disharmony. All arrived in Santiago together which was very moving.
Confirmed traveller: 15 May 2016
Published on: 19 May 2016
(9 out of 10)


The camaraderie that developed in this group of "pilgrims"- not at all religious I might add, the shared picnic lunches and the beautiful scenery. Also the food in the restaurants we went to with the experience of our leader "Nacho".
He literally went twice the distance, shepherding the group, understanding its varying abilities, smoothing the way and instilling confidence whilst generously imparting his vast knowledge of and conveying his understanding of and respect for his country. He has been on the Camino many, many times but still exhibits boundless enthusiasm.
You need to know that some of the distances are quite serious. This isn't an amble or a walk in the park. There is one long downhill stretch - my walking pole was handy here. I was glad of the swimming, pilates and walking I did as training and of my trusty boots and socks as I had no aches and pains or blisters. Some members of the group (September/October trip) were bitten a lot.
Spanish cooks are not used to accommodating vegetarians but, if you are one, I expect you know that. One of the group chose a salad from a menu that said it was vegetarian and it came with ham on it.
Confirmed traveller: 04 October 2015
Published on: 26 October 2015
(10 out of 10)


Crawley Sussex Uk
The camaraderie along the Camino both with our group and other walkers.
If you go on the trip get up early in Leon and have a walk round the city before breakfast, the streets are just coming alive and fresh.
Go on the organised visits in Leon and Santiago and go to the Mass in Santiago it's a fantastic experience for all
Confirmed traveller: 28 June 2015
Published on: 04 October 2015
(7 out of 10)


The trip had a lot of potential, but unfortunately the Explore Leader was a poor choice. I did still have a good time and don't regret the trip BUT I took this trip with Explore because I wanted a guide who would introduce and inform me of some history, art, architecture, cuisine, or something relevant about the area I am in. I have already filled in a previous email questionnaire and stated this. I did receive a response and a $150 voucher towards a future trip, but I do not feel this is sufficient recompense to entice me to risk both my time and money with Explore in the future.
Confirmed traveller: 23 August 2015
Published on: 01 October 2015