How do I reduce Jet Lag traveling to the Camino de Santiago?

How do I reduce Jet Lag traveling to the Camino de Santiago?

The question was:

What is your best advice to reduce the impacts of Jet Lag? Spain is 8 hours ahead of my current time zone and would love to know any proven practices!

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4 Replies to “How do I reduce Jet Lag traveling to the Camino de Santiago?”

  1. A consideration for reducing Jet Lag, fly into Madrid , plan an early arrival, take the Ansa bus to Pamploma, overnight there, plenty of inexpensive pension near the bus terminal. Spend a leisurely morning exploring environs. Bus to SJPdP leaves around 1 p.m., secure credential at pilgrims office and night accommodations at municipal albergue. Explore SJPdP take an early dinner, have ear plugs ready and get a good night of as much rest as you can. Early breakfast and head out, BUEN CAMINO.

  2. What are does one person need for this trip ?
    What kind of foods do I Cary ?
    What kind of clothing needed for this trip?
    Just we’re do I start from is there a guide list and helpful hint what and what not to bring ,do,were, ect..

  3. When does this trip start and when is it best ?
    And are there grups or tour guides or maps I just really want to do this just dont know we’re to start at just been reading a lot about it and now the movie can I ride a bike or do I have to walk all the way?

  4. I’m flying in on April 8th and staying in Burgos for two nights before starting out on the 10th for that same reason. This will give me a chance to acclimate a little before setting off.

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