08 Sep 2018 - 15 Sep 2018

Camino Trek

Spain, Europe
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About the event

Distance: 100 kms from Sarria to Santiago on the Camino Frances
Get the new year off to a fantastic start by signing up for our upcoming Walk the Camino fundraiser, to raise vital funds for Meningitis Research Foundation.

This amazing walk will take place along the French Route.

This particular stretch of the 'Camino' is the most popular route to Santiago de Compostela.

This route offers real rustic charm and warm hospitality, especially from the locals you meet along the way, as you pass through wooded areas, farmlands and quaint towns and villages.

Follow in the foorsteps of the thousands of people who have walked the Camino over the years, and gain your unique camino passport or 'Compostela'! Collect stamps along the way from various bars, hotels and restaurants to prove tha you walked at least 100km of St. James’ Way!

We offer an eight day trip which is led by an experienced guide.

Minimum Fundraising Target: €1500 (including €300 deposit, but excluding flights and travel insurance)

Once we have received your deposit, we will send you your 'Welcome Pack' with lots of tips & advice and you can be assured that you will receive full support from our fundraising team who will help you reach the fundraising target.

Your Meningitis Camino Trek includes:

  • 7 nights’ twin sharing accommodation in Comfort 2-3 * hotels with en-suite bathrooms (single rooms are available at an extra cost)
  • Experienced bilingual guide
  • 7 breakfasts, 7 dinners
  • Luggage transfers from hotel to hotel
  • Airport pick-up on the day 1
  • Hotel pick-up on day 8
  • Holiday pack with walking motes, maps and pilgrim passport
  • Fun, memories and friends!
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Monika Marchlewicz
Hi, I’m Monika and I’m looking after this event.

If you’ve got a question or want to know more, please don’t hesitate to email me or call me.
Tel: 01 819 6931

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Please do what you can today and help save and change the lives of thousands