Adventure Overview

Embark on a simple, yet spiritual journey.

Rediscover yourself on The Camino de Santiago.

Receive Heart and Soul Centered Coaching along The Way.

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Immerse Yourself

Hear different languages spoken from people from around the world.

Enjoy the Spanish culture, landscape and language.

Savor food and drinks.

Connect daily with nature.

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Live Simply

Simplify your life.

Unplug.

Eat. Move. Connect. Sleep. Repeat.

Carry everything you need for 3 weeks in your backpack.

Connect with yourself and others.

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Move Your Body

Find your own rhythm.

Experience your body in a new way as it moves and stretches beyond its comfort zone.

Grow stronger.

Literally and metaphorically move beyond your perceived limits.


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Meet Coach and Lead Facilitator, Kathy Kehe

Kathy is a two-time veteran of the Camino de Santiago. Leading women on this journey is a 5-year dream in the making, born of her appreciation for the gift of her personal transformation on the Camino at a time of intense transition in her life, her love of Spanish language and culture, a passion for travel and adventure, and the heartfelt desire to facilitate women’s transformation all combine to create this trip as a meaningful part of her life work. She is a Soul-Centered Professional Coach with a Masters in Spiritual Psychology. She also happens to be a certified Spanish teacher.


Trip Details:

We’ll spend 18 days on the Camino. We will meet in Madrid or Astorga and end in Finisterre. We will not walk the entire Camino, but will walk the last 170 miles or so. Most days we will walk 9-16 miles.

Lodging will be in typical pilgrims’ albergues on the Camino. They are hand picked to give you different perspectives of the Camino. You will usually be sleeping in a bunk bed, always with other people in your room.

Every dinner is included. The intention is to share a meal together at night. Most often dinner will be the “pilgrim’s menu.” You’ll have a choice of a first course, main dish, dessert and water or wine (usually red.) At least once we’ll gather and share tapas. One dinner will be communal and prepared by Brazilians who run the albergue.

I want to allow people to walk at different paces, alone or with others from the group, so you’ll choose where you want to stop to drink a café con leche and eat breakfast, lunch or snacks throughout the day. You can also pack your own. I’ll acclimate you to choices you have. Some days I’ll pack you some food for the walk.


Cost of the trip includes:

3 online pre-camino group meetings including information such as what and how to pack, how to prepare your body, and more.

Two personal 1:1 coaching session with Kathy; one pre-Camino and one post-camino.

Private Heart and Soul Centered Coaching while walking facilitated by Kathy.

Simple lodging in albergues beginning in Hospital de Orbigo and ending in Finisterre.

All dinners.

Transportation from Madrid to León if you travel with us, transportation to Finisterre from Santiago, and back to Santiago.

Some breakfasts, lunches and snacks.

Not included:

Most breakfasts, lunches, and snacks.

Transportation if you decide to skip a section we are walking.

Luggage transport if you choose to utilize it.

Transportation to and from Spain.

Gear for the Camino.