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Camino de Santiago gentle packing record 2020 – all seasons

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The Camino de Santiago is a life-changing experience for many, we all know many individuals that have been planning this pilgrimage for years, getting ready, studying, coaching. To ensure you get pleasure from it, take the precise gear, don’t overload your backpack, have snug sneakers that you could stroll in for days, and so forth. We discovered this throughout our personal painful experience. We’ve accomplished a number of completely different Caminos de Santiago routes. In complete, within the 2018/2019 Camino season, we walked over 3500 km throughout Spain and Portugal following the Camino routes. We’re planning to proceed our Camino saga within the nearest future.

Our accomplished Camino de Santiago routes

  • Portuguese Camino from Lisbon – Could 2018
  • Camino Primitivo – June 2018
  • Camino del Norte – October 2018
  • Camino Finisterre & Muxía – November 2018
  • By way of de la Plata (214 km from Seville to Mérida) – April 2019
  • Camino Inglés – Could 2019
  • Camino Francés – September 2019

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Our detailed Camino packing record for women and men

We’re skilled hikers and stroll loads within the mountains with a lot heavier backpacks, earlier than our first Camino we thought it was tremendous simple to stroll from albergue to albergue with a light-weight backpack, carrying solely garments, eating places and low outlets on the way in which. After a primary week on the Portuguese Camino our ft have been destroyed, we each had big blisters, mainly, our ft have been only one large blister! all as a result of we didn’t have mountaineering sneakers and determined to stroll in our path trainers. I need to say that within the first 4 days we walked greater than 140km right here after we determined to decelerate and even had a break day in Fatima. Don’t make the identical mistake, take your time particularly at first, let your physique to get used to it and don’t observe someone’s itinerary if it’s too powerful for you, stroll shorter days, relaxation, keep longer and also you’ll benefit from the Camino de Santiago rather more.

We walked the Caminos in several seasons all through one 12 months (we on objective skipped the excessive season – July and August, as we don’t like crowds), on this submit you’ll discover packing ideas for various climate and seasons.

The Camino de Santiago is just not your regular hike within the wild the place it’s important to carry tenting gear and meals which is an effective factor because it’s doable to pack gentle. Each night time pilgrims keep at albergues, no tent and tenting mat is required, all you want or we’d suggest bringing with is a sleeping bag. In our experience the 2 most essential things to have on the Camino are a cushty backpack and a pair of fine mountaineering sneakers – these two you’ll use day-after-day and if even one among them doesn’t match good or uncomfortable it could actually fully spoil your Camino.

Paperwork to take with on the Camino

A passport or an ID for European residents – you’ll want it for checking in to albergues and accommodations.

A Credential (Camino passport), a small paper guide together with your identify the place you accumulate stamps from albergues, accommodations, church buildings, eating places, and so forth. alongside the way in which. You will get a Credential at a Camino de Santiago workplace in your nation or at albergues/cathedrals or church buildings on the Camino. You want the Credential for staying at public albergues (the place solely pilgrims are allowed to remain) and for getting your Compostela in Santiago.

The Compostela is a certificates that pilgrims get for finishing any route of the Camino de Santiago. In an effort to get it, it’s important to stroll at the least the final 100 km to Santiago.

Stingy Nomads at Cape Muxia looking at the church and the sea
Stingy Nomads at Cape Muxia, the tip of the Camino Finisterre-Fuxia early November. We bought a whole lot of rain on this route and have been very comfortable we packed our rain jackets.

Camino de Santiago important gear


I walked with a 40L backpack it was greater than sufficient particularly if you happen to’re not planning on carrying a laptop computer as I did. Campbell walked with a 50L backpack however can be completely nice with a 40L pack. Keep in mind, the larger backpack you get the extra pointless stuff you’ll slot in. Should you stroll in summer time you may get away with a smaller 30-35L backpack. For mountaineering in winter or late fall/early spring while you want hotter garments a 40-45L backpack for women and men shall be large enough. Make certain your backpack has a rain cowl or purchase a separate one it’s at all times nice to have it particularly if you happen to stroll low season.

On the Camino routes, there are a number of corporations that supply door to door baggage supply service. Correos, Camino Facil, and Pilbeo are three foremost corporations that supply baggage switch on completely different Camino de Santiago routes. It really works very simple; you allow your backpack within the morning on the reception of your albergue/lodge they choose it up and drive to your subsequent lodging place. The service prices 5-6 Euro per backpack per stage. Should you’re planning to make use of this service on the Camino you’ll be able to carry an enormous backpack or perhaps a suitcase and stroll with a day pack carrying solely valuables, water, and snacks. Make certain your daypack is snug for lengthy strolling and has padded straps, and pickets to suit a water bottle. Osprey Talon 22 Males’s Mountaineering Backpack and even smaller Osprey Daylite 13L Daypack are nice choices for a day pack.

Urged backpacks for ladies

Four backpacks for women to walk the Camino de Santiago. Two 40L backpacks, one 30L pack and one 13L daypack
Backpacks for ladies for strolling the Camino.

Urged backpacks for males

Four backpacks for walking the Camino; A 50L Osprey, a 44L Osprey, a 30L Deuter and a 22L Osprey
Mountaineering backpacks for males for strolling the Camino

Mountaineering sneakers

Don’t underestimate the significance of mountaineering sneakers, in the long run, you’ll spend more often than not strolling in them. We’d suggest strolling the Camino, particularly if you happen to’re planning to stroll an extended distance, in correct boots not in trainers or sneakers – they (or your ft) simply received’t make it. We tried on the Portuguese Camino to stroll in our trainers. They have been very snug at first however after a few days of strolling on cobblestones and asphalt, our ft have been destroyed.

For extremely popular climate mountaineering sandals generally is a good various to the boots. Trendy mountaineering sneakers normally have good air flow however generally it simply will get too sizzling and it’s good to placed on sandals for some time.

Should you purchase a brand new pair put on them earlier than you go on a hike even tremendous high quality new sneakers would possibly trigger blisters.

Urged mountaineering sneakers for ladies

The final 5 Camino routes and a few mountaineering routes in Nepal I walked in Salomon Ellipse 2. They’re snug and light-weight. Precisely what I wished a pair of sneakers that may be worn for each strolling the Camino and mountaineering within the mountains. My ft bought moist a few instances after we bought a pouring rain with robust wind on the Northern Camino and the Camino Finisterre.  It occurred partly as a result of I wasn’t sporting gaiters the water from my pants ran down into the sneakers. I didn’t get any blisters although the sneakers have been new and I hadn’t worn them earlier than. This mannequin is a bit slim when you’ve got broad ft they is likely to be too tight. 

For strolling the Camino low season when it rains loads and on some routes, you’ll be able to even get snow I can suggest Salomon X Extremely Three GTX boots. These sneakers are superb for more difficult mountaineering routes and strolling in unhealthy climate situations. I’ve achieved Everest Base Camp Trek and Annapurna Base Camp trek in them and for hours walked in deep snow and my ft stayed heat and dry.

Suggested hiking shoes for women for walking the Camino
Ladies mountaineering sneakers for strolling the Camino
Alya's hiking shoes covered in mud
My Salomon Ellipse mountaineering sneakers coated in thick mud on the By way of de la Plata in April

Urged mountaineering sneakers for males

Campbell’s walked 4 Camin routes and a number of other mountaineering routes in Canada in his Salomon X Extremely mountaineering sneakers. These sneakers are a terrific possibility; gentle, sturdy, comparatively waterproof, snug, have a very good grip. For strolling low season when you may get a whole lot of rain and occasional snow a high-cut mannequin is likely to be a greater possibility. Campbell similar to me purchased a brand new pair of waterproof mountaineering boots Salomon Extremely Three Mid GTX for trekking within the mountains. He hasn’t achieved any Camino in them but however for mountaineering in heavy rain and thru snow and dust these boots are superb. They’re very snug and light-weight, keep dry for hours and preserve your ft heat particularly if you happen to put on merino wool socks.

Recommended shoes for men for the Camino de Santiago. Keen hiking sandals, Salomon shoes, Merrel shoes and Salomon GTX hiking boots
Males mountaineering sneakers for strolling the Camino

Sleeping bag

In our experience, most albergues present blankets however normally, with out covers, I choose to make use of my very own sleeping bag, and if it’s actually chilly I exploit a blanket over it. A lightweight sleeping bag with a consolation temperature restrict +12°C/55°F shall be ok.

Should you stroll the Camino in summer time (July, August) when it will get fairly sizzling, as an alternative of a sleeping bag you’ll be able to pack a silk liner. We walked a few Caminos in June and generally it was too sizzling at night time for utilizing a sleeping bag. Should you get chilly you’ll be able to at all times use a blanket over your liner. 

Should you’re not planning to remain at accommodations (non-public rooms) as an alternative of albergues you don’t want to hold a sleeping bag, all accommodations and guesthouses present blankets and bedding.

Trekking poles

We normally use trekking poles after we go trekking within the Andes or within the Himalayas. For strolling the Camino we don’t take poles however I do know many pilgrims use them. Trekking poles are nice when you’ve got knee or hip issues, shin splint, and so forth. They assist loads to scale back stress on joints. For some Caminos with many ascents and descents e.g. the Camino Primitivo or some elements of the French Camino (strolling over the Pyrenees), the poles shall be very useful.

Fast-dry towel

This merchandise we at all times take after we go touring. Fast-dry towels are very gentle, pack small, dry fast (as you’ll be able to guess from the identify), sturdy, and are available in many alternative colours. We’d recommend marking your towel with initials or an image at some albergues with many individuals I spent a while making an attempt to determine which towel on the washing line was mine.

Water bottle

We positively choose carrying a water bottle over a water bladder. A bottle suits in a aspect pocket, it’s simple to take it out and refill, even when it leaks it received’t make all the things inside your backpack moist. We like utilizing water bladders on day hikes although. Faucet water in Spain and Portugal is drinkable we normally don’t use any filters however I didn’t drink faucet water within the Meseta a part of the Camino Frances as I’d heard from different pilgrims that they’d abdomen issues there from ingesting faucet water. In case you have a delicate abdomen, pack a water filter for the Camino.


Having a headlamp on the Camino is kind of helpful. In albergues lights are normally turned off fairly early if you wish to learn or discover one thing in your backpack you need to use a lamp. Within the morning if you wish to depart early whereas others are nonetheless asleep it’s fairly useful as nicely. You should use your cellphone as nicely however it’s extra snug to put on a lamp than to stroll or pack holding a cellphone in your hand.

Neck again

We advise having a neck bag or a water-proof pouch the place you’ll be able to preserve your paperwork, cellphone, cash, and bank cards. At all times take it with while you depart an albergue, most albergues don’t have lockers. Don’t be too careless we’ve heard some tales from different pilgrims whose cash and even Credentials left unattended disappeared. We’ve by no means had any points however at all times attempt to watch out with invaluable objects.

eight important objects to pack for the Camino stroll

Eight essential gear items to pack for the Camino walk
Important things to pack for the Camino de Santiago

Miscellaneous objects to pack for the Camino

You’ll be nice if you happen to don’t pack any of these items however they’ll make your journey simpler and extra snug. Should you’re like me and somewhat underneath pack than overpack, don’t fear if you happen to want any of those on the Camino it’s very seemingly you’ll be capable to purchase it alongside the way in which.

Swiss knife

We at all times take our Swiss knife after we go mountaineering, highway tripping, or simply touring. Often, it’s troublesome to discover a sharp knife in albergues we at all times used our knife for chopping, opening cans in addition to for opening packs slicing when having lunch on the way in which. Keep in mind if you happen to use a funds airline and your ticket consists of solely hand baggage you’ll be able to’t pack a knife.

Energy adapter

In Spain and Portugal like in most European nations, energy sockets are Sort C. Should you’re coming from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, or another nations outdoors Europe you’ll in all probability want an adapter that can be utilized as a multi-plug as nicely.


You’ll very more likely to get at the least on loud night breathing individual each night time staying at albergues so earplugs shall be fairly helpful.  

Stuff sack

You should use a stuff sack for higher organizing your backpack particularly if it has just one compartment and is prime loaded – it’s simple to take a stuff sack out and put it again. You should use it as nicely to separate your soiled and clear garments.

Small padlock

Some albergues have lockers however don’t have locks if you wish to retailer your valuables in there carry your individual padlock.

Washing pegs

Some albergues have washing machines (generally even have dryers), some solely basins and washing strains. There are by no means sufficient washing pegs. You should use pegs to hold some moist stuff out of your backpack as nicely. They’re fairly helpful if you happen to carry a pack of espresso, oats, and so forth. for holding it to closed.

Journey clothesline

You’ll be able to carry your individual journey clothesline from a twisted twine that doesn’t want pegs. You might be put it up anyplace – it has suction cups on each ends. Many locations have washing strains however there are by no means sufficient washing pegs as an alternative

Stitching package

We didn’t have one and by no means actually wanted it however if you happen to prefer to be prepared for “simply in case” take a small journey stitching package, it’s small and light-weight, in a small plastic shell.

Mattress bug spray

We have been fairly fortunate and had mattress bugs solely at Three albergues out of a whole lot we’ve stayed. Should you stroll a busy Camino route within the peak season and keep at albergues you would possibly get mattress bugs. We haven’t used mattress bug spray ourselves however noticed folks utilizing it. It’s not a 100% assure however it can assist to maintain them away.

Eye masks for sleeping

In case you need to go to mattress whereas lights are nonetheless on or need to sleep within the afternoon a watch masks shall be helpful.

Garments to pack for the Camino de Santiago

Camino outfit for ladies

Mountaineering garments

Rain jacket 

We’d recommend having one. In northern Spain (particularly in Galicia), it rains rather a lot all year long. Should you stroll in July or August the possibilities of rain are smaller you may get away with a rain poncho, it’s small, gentle and can defend you and your backpack from any rain. For the remainder of the 12 months, a rain jacket is a helpful factor to have. We walked the Portuguese Camino in Could and didn’t have a whole lot of rain however on the Coastal Route it was fairly windy we have been glad we had our jackets. I used my rain jacket and a poncho loads on the Camino Primitivo in June and on the Camino del Norte in October.  

Trekking pants

I choose mountaineering in yoga pants, they’re snug and light-weight, stretch loads, dry fast and pack small. I at all times pack two pairs of pants: one pair of stretchy pants and one pair of regular mountaineering pants. For summer time you’ll be able to pack one pair of lengthy pants and a pair of mountaineering shorts or knee pants although I choose strolling in lengthy pants even in summer time for solar safety.

Mountaineering shirt

Relying on what you favor to put on for mountaineering it may be a mountaineering shirt or a operating T-shirt. I don’t like shirts for the Camino I normally pack two operating T-shirts; one with lengthy sleeves and one short-sleeve. For strolling in summer time you in all probability received’t want a long-sleeve one, somewhat pack two short-sleeve T-shirts. I wouldn’t suggest strolling in a prime even when it’s sizzling. At all times make sure that your shoulders and neck are coated or put suncream in any other case you’ll get unhealthy sunburns.


It’s at all times good to have a delicate and heat fleece. Even in summer time if you happen to begin strolling actually early within the morning it is likely to be a bit chilly. We normally put on fleeces after mountaineering after we exit for dinner or drinks within the night.

Mountaineering socks

For an extended stroll just like the Camino, it’s crucial to have good sturdy socks that defend ft and forestall blisters. Our first Camino we walked in regular socks and bought unhealthy blisters. From many skilled hikers we heard about merino wool socks which are nice for strolling; snug, delicate, assist to stop blisters, dry fast, don’t take in odors, and simple to clean. We determined to present it a attempt to since then we’ve been strolling and mountaineering solely in merino wool socks – no blisters, no sticky socks, no itching. 


For the summer time season, it’s a must-pack merchandise. Many of the Camino routes undergo open areas with none shade, you’ll have to defend your head from the solar. I don’t like hats and like sporting a cap it’s extra snug for me.

Headwear or buff

For some further solar safety to your neck pack a buff. It’s a multi-use merchandise you need to use it to cowl your neck, face, head, to place your hair up, and so forth.

Sun shades

For strolling the Camino in summer time you’ll positively want sun shades. You’ll be able to put on your informal pair or purchase a pair of sun shades for outside actions.

Ladies’s mountaineering garments for the Camino packing record

Recommended outfit for women for walking the Camino
Mountaineering outfit for ladies to pack for strolling the Camino de Santiago

Underwear and garments for altering

I’d suggest sports activities bras over regular bras – they’re positively extra snug for mountaineering. I normally pack two pairs of operating bras and three or 4 pairs of panties. I wash my underwear and socks day-after-day, it doesn’t take lengthy and it dries fast.

I at all times pack a cotton T-shirt and shorts for sleeping and altering after a bathe. For summer time shorts are one for sleeping however for the low season, I’d suggest packing lengthy sleeping pants.

In case you exit for dinner or a drink. You are able to do with out it however I’ personally like sporting a special outfit from time to time. I normally pack a cool T-shirt and a pair of shorts or a easy summer time costume. If we stroll in colder months I don’t carry any further garments it takes an excessive amount of area.

Extremely really helpful to take a pair of flip flops to put on in albergues, your ft need to relaxation from sporting mountaineering boots all day. In summer time you’ll be able to put on them outdoors as nicely it’s too sizzling to stroll round in sneakers.

Garments for ladies to pack for the Camino

Extra clothes for women to pack for the Camino
Additional clothes objects for ladies so as to add to your Camino packing record

Camino outfit for males

Mountaineering garments

Rain jacket

Campbell normally packs his rain jacket for the Camino. Within the sizzling summer time months, you may get away with out it however I’d nonetheless suggest bringing a rain poncho and a rain cowl to your backpack.

Trekking pants

I’d positively suggest packing trekking pants for the Camino. A pair of quick-dry gentle pants will work nice. For summer time you’ll be able to carry a pair or lengthy trekking pants and a pair of mountaineering shorts or as an possibility to purchase a pair of convertible pants with zip-off legs.

Mountaineering shirts

Campbell normally wears Columbia mountaineering shirts or operating T-shirts on the Camino. mountaineering. They’re nice; gentle, snug, respiratory, dry very fast, and simple to clean. Pack two shirts otherwise you’ll need to do laundry day-after-day.

Fleece jacket

It’s good to have a delicate fleece to put on in albergues or if you happen to exit within the night. We normally pack our fleece for the Camino. For summer time, Campbell brings a fleece vest for low season a long-sleeve one.

Mountaineering socks

Identical to me, Campbell wears merino wool socks for long-distance strolling and mountaineering. He purchased his first pair simply earlier than we walked the Camino del Norte and since then has been strolling solely in merino wool socks. He normally packs two pairs of socks. There are numerous nice things about them; final lengthy, stop blisters, preserve your ft heat and dry, don’t get smelly even after two full days of strolling.


For strolling in summer time a cap or a hat is a must have merchandise on the Camino. Carrying a hat works higher for solar safety because it covers your neck as nicely. Campbell prefers sporting a cap over a hat, to guard his neck he wears a buff. Sun shades is one other essential factor so as to add to your Camino packing record.

Males’s mountaineering garments for the Camino

A suggested hiking outfit for a man for walking the Camio
Mountaineering garments for males to pack for the Camino de Santiago

Underwear and garments for altering


Pack 2-Three pairs of underwear for the Camino. Most albergues have washing basins and washing strains you’ll be able to wash your underwear and socks day-after-day if it’s essential.

Garments for sleeping

Should you’re planning to remain in albergues with many different folks I’d recommend bringing a cushty sleeping outfit. A pair of sunshine cotton shorts and a vest will work simply nice.

Additional garments for altering

Should you’re planning to stroll one of many coastal routes in summer time, positively pack a pair of boardshorts. On the Camino del Norte and on the Portuguese Coastal Route there have been many good seashores nice for swimming and chilling.

Campbell normally packs one informal T-shirt that he wears after we exit or after the bathe. It’s non-compulsory, if you wish to carry as little stuff as doable you may get away with out an additional T-shirt.

Flip flops is a superb factor to pack for the Camino. It’s a tremendous feeling when after an extended day of strolling you are taking off your mountaineering sneakers and placed on flip flops. They’re nice to have for sporting in albergues, on the seashore and out of doors in summer time.

Males’s clothes objects for the Camino packing record

Men's extra clothes and underwear to pack for the Camino de Santiago
Males’s underwear and garments for altering to pack for the Camino

Heat garments to pack for strolling the Camino low season 

Should you enterprise to stroll the Camino in winter you’ll positively want some further heat garments which implies your backpack being fuller and heavier.

Fleece mountaineering pants

For strolling in colder months or in winter it’s good to have a pair of thicker mountaineering pants with fleece internal (males’s possibility). For further heat, you’ll be able to at all times put thermal pants beneath.

Sensible wool shirt

If strolling in chilly months a merino wool mountaineering shirt (males’s mannequin) shall be a terrific merchandise to pack for the Camino. It’s gentle and skinny might be worn underneath a fleece if it’s actually chilly. It retains your physique heat, doesn’t take in odors, and simple to clean and dry.


Very helpful to have a thermal shirt and pants (males’s mannequin) for the chilly season you need to use it for each, sleeping and, if it will get actually chilly, for sporting it underneath your mountaineering garments. In winter you’ll be able to put on them for sleeping. We by no means pack it for summer time and there was no want even on boring and wet days it wasn’t that chilly.

An excellent merchandise to have for sleeping and sporting after the bathe is one toe socks that you could put on with flip flops. It’s not essential for summer time however good to have for colder months. 


We didn’t pack gaiters and did remorse it on the Camino Finisterre in November. It rained very robust and loads, we didn’t have waterproof mountaineering pants, and as soon as our pants bought moist water ran down into the sneakers. For strolling the Camino the low season, gaiters shall be very helpful. Should you stroll in winter and get caught within the snow, gaiters will work as nicely.


Don’t pack thick gloves, a pair of skinny fleece gloves shall be nice even when it will get chilly it’s unlikely it’ll go far under 0°C/32°F throughout the day.


In fall/winter you’ll positively want a beanie, mornings and evenings are fairly chilly.

Campbell & doña Rosa standing next to a small white house in rural Portugal
Campbell is his summer time Camino outfit with our superb hospitalera on the Portuguese Camino in Could

Electronics to tackle the Camino

It’s all as much as you to determine whether or not to make your backpack heavier by packing an enormous digicam with lenses or preserve it gentle and take photographs with a cellphone or a GoPro. In the long run, the Camino is about private experience and it’s your alternative of what sort of experience you need to have. 


Most likely probably the most helpful machine you’ll be able to pack for the Camino. You should use it for navigation, utilizing Camino apps, taking photographs and movies, utilizing social media, listening to music or audiobooks, alarm, and so forth. Whichever to purchase Samsung or iPhone is as much as you, I, personally choose Android.


We used to stroll carrying our large mirror digicam however the high quality of the footage with it wasn’t ok for making YouTube movies. We determined to purchase a brand new GoPro HERO8. Since then we’ve been utilizing it for taking movies and even photographs. It’s very small, gentle, waterproof, and simple to make use of. On the final couple of Caminos, we had our GoPro and telephones no digicam in any respect. and are pleased with One other cool and small factor that can assist to seize your Camino. It’s very simple to do modifying with the free GoPro Quik app simply join your GoPro to your cellphone and in 10 minutes you’ll get an superior video with music.

GPS watch

I bought my first Garmin Fenix watch as a gift from Campbell 2 years in the past and since then I’ve been utilizing it loads after we go mountaineering, strolling, operating, or simply coaching within the fitness center. It’s superb how a lot info you may get from it: distances, pace, elevations, energy, coronary heart fee, restoration time, maps, and so forth. The watch works nice for any exercise; mountaineering, operating, biking, swimming, browsing, and so forth. We beloved my watch a lot that determined to purchase one for Campbell as nicely. Now we each have it.


Should you like images and aren’t happy with the standard of the cellphone and GoPro photographs then a small digital digicam like Olympus OM-D is a superb possibility. It takes actually good photographs, okay movies, and it’s small and light-weight.


Campbell at all times packs his Kindle after we go touring or mountaineering. It’s a terrific factor to have on the Camino particularly if you happen to’re strolling alone. Within the evenings you’ll have loads of time to learn. It’s not at all times simple to discover a guide in your language (until it’s Spanish). With the Kindle, you’ll be able to obtain as many books as you need. I’d recommend shopping for a Kindle Paperwhite on this case you received’t want further gentle for studying at nighttime. Should you learn loads it is likely to be value becoming a member of Amazon Kindle limitless program to get free entry to a whole lot of 1000’s of Ebooks and audiobooks.

Energy financial institution

We packed an influence financial institution for the primary two Caminos however by no means used it. Until you’ve a drone or take a whole lot of photographs and movies it’s not essential to hold it. There are electrical energy and energy shops in all albergues, eating places or cafes alongside the way in which.


Toiletries to pack for the Camino de Santiago

First assist package & drugs

You stroll previous a number of pharmacies day-after-day we have been at all times in a position to purchase some drugs or plasters on the way in which. If you should purchase one thing with a prescription you’ll be able to ask your physician again residence to ship it to you through e-mail and print it someplace. We’ve by no means had issues shopping for drugs this fashion in Spain or Portugal. Typically if we didn’t have a printed prescription we might ship it to the pharmacy’s e-mail.

  • First Assist package – you should buy a ready-made package, take out some pointless stuff and add no matter further you want. This package has plasters, bandages, a security pin, scissors, even a mini stitching package, and plenty of different helpful objects. 
  • Good plasters (toe plasters) is one thing you’ll positively want on the Camino. Tip! In case you have spots in your ft the place you normally get blisters, attempt to stop them by placing some vaseline and a plaster. If you have already got blister you need to use Compeed blister plasters, particular plasters that you could put in your blisters. It reduces the ache and protects towards rubbing. There are particular blister prevention patches for sneakers as nicely. We’ve by no means used them (as I discussed above merino wool socks work nice for us) however the opinions are fairly good.
  • Alcohol pads for disinfection.
  • Imodium – in case you’ve some abdomen issues.
  • Anti-inflammatory – to scale back muscular ache, swelling, e.g. Ibuprofen.
  • Aspirin – in case you get chilly or flu.

Books and information books for the Camino

Right here yow will discover information books for various Camino routes in addition to some Camino associated books that you simply would possibly get pleasure from studying earlier than or throughout the stroll.

  • A Pilgrim’s Information to the Camino de Santiago; Camino Frances by John Brierley, 2019. Paperback.
  • Camino de Santiago Maps from St.Jean Pied de Port to Santiago by John Brierley, 2019. Paperback.
  • A Pilgrim’s Information to the Camino Portugues; Lisbon, Porto, Santiago by John Brierley, 2019. Paperback.
  • A Pilgrim’s Information to the Camino Inglés: & Camino Finisterre Together with Múxia Circuit (Camino Guides) by John Brierley, 2019. Paperback.
  • Camino del Norte: Irún to Santiago alongside Spain’s Northern Coast (Village to Village Map Information), 2019. Paperback & Kindle.
  • Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo: To Santiago De Compostela and Finisterre from Irun or Oviedo (Cicerone Guides), 2019. Paperback & Kindle.
  • Camino Primitivo, Oviedo to Santiago on Spain s Unique Method (Village to Village Map Information), 2018. Paperback & Kindle.
  • Strolling information to the By way of de la Plata and the Camino Sanabres by Gerald Kelly, 2020. Paperback and Kindle.
  • The Pilgrimage by Paulo Coelho. Paperback, Kindle & Audiobook.
  • Atypical Magic: Guarantees I Stored to My Mom Via Life, Sickness, and a Very Lengthy Stroll on the Camino de Santiago
  • The Stroll of a Lifetime: 500 Miles on the Camino de Santiago by Russ Eanes. Paperback & Kindle.
  • Strolling to the Finish of the World: A Thousand Miles on the Camino De Santiago by Beth Jusino. Paperback & Kindle.

Advisable Camino apps

  • Camino Pilgrim – Frances. A private scheduler for the Camino Frances. Free. Out there for Android
  • Camino de Santiago companion (Camino Frances). Free. Out there for Android and iPhone.
  • Free Camino de Santiago Information (Camino Frances). Free. Out there for Android & iPhone
  • Camino de Santiago Information (Camino Frances & Camino Finisterre-Muxia). US$3. Out there for Android and iPhone.
  • Method of St.James (Buen Camino), consists of Camino Frances, Camino del Norte, Camino Primitivo, Camino Portuguese from Porto, Camino Ingles, Camino de Invierno, Camino Sanabres, Camino Finisterre-Muxia. Free. Out there for Android and iPhone.
  • an offline navigation map that has many mountaineering and strolling routes everywhere in the world. Free. Out there for Android and iPhone.

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