Peaceable Projects Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit group that brings the vast resources of the wide world together with the ongoing needs of the people who live, work, and travel on the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail network in Spain.
Tell us your plans...you probably do not need a commercial company. The Camino is pretty much a "self guided" and usually self planned adventure.
Give us an idea of what you plan to do and see if we can help you.
Hi - I looked at their website and they seem pretty well set up, just like many of the others. Are you thinking of the Camino Frances of Via de la Plata packages. It would be helpful if you let us know how you get on with them so that we can tell others who want to use this kind of service.
Thanks for the replies;
My wife and I are travelling from Canada for a two week holiday...
We have about 10 days in Spain and wanted to have a taste of the Camino. SInce it is a huge year for the Camino, we wanted to have a hassle free time, not worrying about where we would stay, etc. Callum at Frontier Holidays suggested one of their routes that was less traveled and still give us a flavour of traveling the Camino. They suggested the last 100km of the Ruta de la plata, with a couple of nights in Santiago de Compostela at the end.
We were just trying to get the feel from others that may have used this tour company or have travelled this route.
The other question I have is what are the must do's in Santiago de Compostela?