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  • New Zealand: Queen Charlotte Track

    Explore one of New Zealand’s favourite tramping tracks located on the south island between Queen Charlotte Sound and Kenepuru Sound, in the Marlborough Sounds.

  • Via de la Plata (The Silver Way)

    Beginning in the hauntingly beautiful city of Seville, the Via de la Plata, also known as the Silver Way, stretches 1000 km and is the longest route of the Camino de Santiago. With fewer pilgrims along this less travelled path, the expansive countryside becomes your constant companion.

  • Via de la Plata – The final 100kms

    Tackle the final stage of the Via de la Plata, the longest route of the Camino de Santiago. With 100 kilometres left until Santiago de Compostela the road is paved with cobblestones, the tracks are shaded by eucalypt forests and the villages are ready and waiting for pilgrims with open arms.

  • Portuguese Way with Spiritual Variant

    Take the path infinitely less travelled and mix things up along the Portuguese Way. This detour between Pontevedra and Padron is known as the Spiritual Variant and sees you deviate to catch a boat along the same waterway that delivered the body of St James to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. It’s a unique pilgrim…

  • The English Way

    Truly the road less travelled, the English Way, or Camino Ingles, sees a tiny number of pilgrims every year, making it a remarkable and quite special route to Santiago de Compostela from the seaside town of Ferrol.

  • The San Salvador Way

    Tackle one of the most spectacular Caminos as you head into the mountains between Leon and Oviedo. Few people make the journey, but those that do will never regret it. You’ll feel like a pioneer pilgrim as you stride through the Cantabrians with stunning views wherever you look on the San Salvador Way.

  • St Francis’ Way

    Journey in the footsteps of St Francis of Assisi, one of Italy’s patron saints, while walking through some 520 kilometres of Italian countryside and mountains on this epic walk from Florence to Rome. This is wonderful walking, with very manageable ascents and descents, complemented by the striking natural beauty of woodlands, mountain peaks, rolling green…

  • Portugal Coastal Camino as a Family

    Beginning in Baiona, Spain, this eight-day pilgrimage is the perfect taste of the Portuguese Way, also known as the ‘Friendly Way’. With plenty of beautiful swimming beaches and fascinating historical sights and cultural interactions, it’s a great way to get the family outdoors on a holiday together. And it’s very likely, the kids may just…

  • St Francis’ Way

    Beginning in Umbria, the green heart of Italy, this journey will see you walking from Assisi, the birthplace of St Francis’ of Assisi, one of Italy’s patron saints, to the Eternal City of Rome.  Spend 16 days immersed in the history and culture of Italy, witnessing the ancient, beautiful landscape and learning about the people…

  • St Francis’ Way

    Enjoy a 10-day taster of St Francis’ Way from Assisi – the celebrated birthplace of St Francis – to Rieti, a wonderful Italian town. Taste and trek your way along the saint’s trail through the Italian countryside, taking in jaw-dropping views and mouth-watering meals as you uncover the stories and people that make this part…