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inanna

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We are looking for a company to arrange accommodations for us and transport our luggage as we walk the Camino. Does anybody have recommendations , warnings or reviews?, any suggestions? Thanks!!
 
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lynnejohn

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Hi Inanna -

Most folks on this site do carry their own things and make their own arrangements as they go along, but there are quite a number of tour companies who book individuals and groups, arrange all accommodation and transport your luggage. Just google "arrange accommodation transport luggage tour companies camino de santiago" and you'll find a number of them.

Best wishes for a delightful holiday!

lynne
 

andy.d

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Inanna,

you will see from looking at this Forum that there are many views on how to do the Camino! I would say that it is your Camino so do it the way that is right for you.

If you enter 'luggage transport' into the search facility at the top of this page you will find plenty of information,

Andy
 

johnBCCanada

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Hi

just a note that if you have your luggage transported you may limit your accomodation options. I haven't seen this myself but understand that at the public albergues pilgrims who carry their packs may or will get preference to those who have their luggage transported. I don't what kind of accomodations you were planning on looking for and I quie enjoyed some of the private alberges I stayed at which I didn't find too expensive.

That being said I hope that you enjoy your Camino. There is no right way of doing it and sometimes circummstances dictate.

John
 
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