Whether you teach history, languages, geography or simply want to boost your students’ sense of self-esteem and teamwork skills – walking the Camino de Santiago is perfect for your student group.
Our Camino adventure sees student groups walk the historic last 100KM of the Camino de Santiago, , reaching the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and the tomb of the Apostle St James.
Thinking about going on an extraordinary school trip this year? Here’s why you should consider the Camino de Santiago which has so much to offer…
The Camino provides
What better way to grow than by going out of your comfort zone? Introduce your students to the world beyond the classroom and boost their curiosity to learn more about Spanish culture and traditions. While walking the Camino, your students will also have chances to meet new friends, exchange culture with local people, and to explore their fascinating ways of life. Perhaps this is their first trip without their parents, for sure an unforgettable experience!
The last 100KM of the Camino de Santiago sees pilgrims walk through idyllic Spanish farmland, sample authentic Spanish food and of course, chit-chat with the locals.
Students who are learning the Spanish language have a unique opportunity to use what they’ve learned to interact in the real world. You won’t get that in any school book!
The history in the Galician region is perhaps the most interesting in all of Spain. Known as the seventh Celtic nation, it is home to ancient relics, pagan folklore, and a colourful living history unlike anywhere else.
Galicians are proud of their Celtic routes, and along the trail, you may be surprised to see Celtic symbols or hear the sound of traditional Galician gaita (bagpipes).