We offer a variety of proposed itineraries, all of which can be adapted according to your particular needs and interests. Whether you are travelling alone, with a partner or friends, or as part of a group, you can choose one of our established itineraries or let us help you to create your own.

Our self-guided journeys for individuals or groups of six or fewer include the support of a driver-guide to accompany you along the way, providing you with all luggage portage and point-to-point transfers for participants.

Our self-guided journeys for individuals or groups of six or fewer can be enriched by the addition of a driver-guide to accompany you along the way, providing you with all luggage portage and point-to-point transfers for participants.

Unless you have reduced mobility or some other medical condition that limits your ability to participate in physical activities such as hiking, our walks are designed to be appropriate for all fitness levels.  If you are travelling with one of our driver-guides, you have the additional security of knowing that assistance is always just a phone call away: your driver is available throughout the day to assist you should you be unable to complete one of the programmed stages. Just e-mail or give us a call and we will be happy to chat with you about the trip you are interested in and your specific concerns.

No. You need only a well-broken in pair of hiking boots, and a backpack large enough to hold some warm clothes, a rain jacket, a camera or smartphone, lunch, water, sunscreen, and anything else you wish to carry throughout the day. A detailed list of what to bring will be included in your trip planning materials.

Breakfast is generally served between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. Our guides constantly stay on top of weather forecasts and local events, and should changes to the day’s schedule become necessary, we will inform you of those them at breakfast. If our inn or hotel is not located on the Camino itself, we will transport by private van or mini-bus to the trail’s head for the start of the day’s walk. A packed lunch is provided by the staff of your inn or hotel on some days in order to optimize walking time on the trail and save you having to search for options along the way. We generally arrive at our lodgings by mid-to-late afternoon, leaving a few hours before dinner to relax in your room or explore the local area on your own. Typical of Spanish dinner times (which are later than those in the rest of Europe), dinner is generally served between 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. This may be at our inn, or at a carefully-selected local restaurant. Afterwards you are free to relax and do whatever suits you for the evening.

All of our groups are small, ranging from eight to ten guests on average, and never more than sixteen.

Our groups are very diverse, comprising people of all ages and backgrounds. A typical group is made up of couples, singles, friends, or members of the same family sharing a travel adventure.

Many solo travellers join our tours because of the companionship and security that small-group travel offers.  Most tell us afterwards that meeting and getting to know their fellow travelers was one of the highlights of their journey.

As a solo traveller, you may choose to reserve a single room or we can try to find a roommate for you, should you wish.

In most cases your special dietary restrictions can be accommodated if you make us aware of them in advance. In smaller villages and more rural areas, your choices at meal times may occasionally be more limited, but in all cases the chefs at the hotels and inns where we will be staying are professionals who will do everything possible to ensure you enjoy authentic local cuisine adapted to your needs.

In the towns and villages where weekday Masses are offered along the way, they are usually celebrated in the evening rather than early in the morning, which makes it easy as there is always plenty of time following arrival for you to relax and freshen up before attending Mass. However, not every town or village along the route has weekday Masses in the parish church. We will provide you with a list of Mass times and locations in the information packet for your journey.

For Catholic chaplains and spiritual directors travelling with groups organized by parishes, schools or universities, we can usually obtain permission for you to offer Mass in parish churches, oratories or hermitages along the route. In such cases, a free-will donation for the maintenance of the church or shrine which has granted permission is strongly suggested.

Not at all!  Our groups are a mix of people from different backgrounds and beliefs. We offer a full range of services and organize pilgrimages for Catholic and non-Catholic groups alike, as well as for individuals who simply want to experience the adventure of hiking along through one of most spectacularly beautiful countries in Europe.

Many tours fill up months in advance. Once you have decided on a trip and a specific departure date, we recommend reserving immediately to avoid disappointment.

It’s very quick and easy.  Give us a call or complete the online Reserve a Trip form.

A 500€ per person deposit is required to confirm your reservation. These are payable by check or credit card.

Absolutely! Reserve one of our scheduled departures exclusively for your group or have us create a dream trip for you. We’re happy to help you with an adventure handcrafted to your specifications. A Boundless Journeys tour is a great way to celebrate a special occasion or reunite with old friends.

We can!  Just contact us for details and we will be happy to arrange a cycling pilgrimage for you and your group!