Experiencing the planet on foot.
Pilgrimages and more
Camino de Santiago
For over 1,000 years, pilgrims have been walking to Santiago de Compostela. Of all the pilgrimages in the world I have found the Camino to be the most special. I keep getting drawn back to it and now have over 477 days and 11,900 kilometers walking 16 pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela.
Via Francigena; Canterbury, England to Rome. Via Francesco; Florence to Assisi to Rome. Japan 88 Temple and Kumano Kodo. Everest Base Camp, Annapurna, Manaslu and other Nepal Treks. The Kerry, Beara, Dingle, Wicklow Way and other Ireland Walks. The many treks in Nepal, Everest Base Camp, Annapurna, Manaslu. Scotland's West Highland Way. Machu Picchu, Cotopaxi, and Quilotoa Loop in South America.
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Experience The World
Meeting diverse peoples and immersing oneself in their cultures opens the mind. Sharing a fire with a Lesotho Witch doctor, sailing with locals on a Felucca down the Nile, participating in Ayajuasca mind expanding tea ceremonies, 10 Day Silent Meditation Retreats in Thailand, etc.. Join us in the search for more.
Global Pilgrim House
At the end of one’s Camino many are already thinking of coming back. At Global Pilgrim House pilgrims will find pictures and information about other Caminos and Pilgrimages around the world to help you decide which one(s) is best for you.