For over 12 centuries millions of pilgrims have walked Spain’s 500 mile pilgrimage road called the Camino de Santiago. Today, hundreds of thousands walk each year to the shrine of St James in city of Santiago de Compostela. For many individuals, walking the Camino is a life changing experience; it is walked not only for religious reasons but also because the Camino provides the quality time and space away from the ‘daily routine’ for an ‘Inner Camino’ – to take the time to consider important life questions which perhaps don’t ever get answered because ‘life’ takes over.
Hi, I’m Adam Wells. I established Discover The Camino to offer clients the opportunity, support and knowledge to begin their own inner and outer Camino journeys and to fully experience the joys and treasures that the Camino has to offer.
Each Camino journey is unique – you create your Camino experience. Unfortunately, many individuals who walk the Camino don’t walk the Camino they had ‘hoped’ for; either through unachievable deadlines, setting unrealistic expectations or ‘hitting the ground running’. You can read and sign-up for a free pdf download of my ‘Book of Camino Wisdom’ here.
Often the hardest step of all is taking the decision to commit to walking the Camino. If you are curious about walking the Camino and want to know more, the 1 day ‘Camino Masterclass‘ workshop is designed to answer many of the key questions that jump into your mind once you start thinking more deeply about beginning the Camino journey. Click here to find out more. Alternatively, if you would like to be mentored via Skype,to save travelling time, from the comfort of your own home, click here.
The ‘Taste The Camino’ Rioja Weekend provides an opportunity to walk the Camino Francés through the world famous La Rioja wine region. The weekend is designed to explore the practical aspects of walking the Camino, to enjoy quality time and space away from the daily routine. The weekend is ideal for you if you’re not sure if the Camino is the thing for you. Click here to find out more.
Please watch here the trailer of Lydia Smith’s award winning documentary Walking The Camino: Six Ways to Santiago which follows the journeys of six pilgrims as they walk their Caminos. It provides a genuine perspective of Camino life and what to expect.
To walk the Camino, however long or short your journey, is to give yourself a gift; to spend time with yourself, to discover that you are stronger than you think you are, to meet others, to listen to their inspirational stories and much much more.
Have you had your ‘Call to the Camino‘ yet?