St Olaf's Way, Norway, a popular walking pilgrimage route between Oslo and Tronheim.  The train we rode follows the same route.

St Olaf's Way, Norway, a popular walking pilgrimage route between Oslo and Trondheim.

Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

A person traveling on Camino de Santiago is called a "peregrino," which means "pilgrim" in Spanish.

The pilgrimage route Shikoku, Japan The Shikoku Pilgrimage, a centuries-old Buddhist Pilgrimage route on the island of Shikoku, south of the Japanese mainland. The trek takes whole 2 months and during this long walk, covering over 1200 km, you visit all Buddhist 88 temples with beautiful Japanese gardens. An exhausted person will be able to find …

10 Dream Paths You Must Walk During Your Life once

The pilgrimage route Shikoku, Japan The Shikoku Pilgrimage, a centuries-old Buddhist Pilgrimage route on the island of Shikoku, south of the Japanese mainland. The trek takes whole 2 months and during this long walk, covering over 1200 km, you visit all Buddhist 88 temples with beautiful Japanese gardens. An exhausted person will be able to find …

Looking to travel somewhere with a twist? Explore 12 of the most mystical & spiritual places to visit in Asia. Guaranteed to blow your mind!

12 Mystical Places in Asia - Magical & Spiritual Destinations for Travel

Walking the Camino de Santiago solo is an epic adventure for women. Flex your sense of adventure and travel on your own terms as you enjoy your time on the pilgrimage

Walking the Camino de Santiago Solo

Walking the Camino de Santiago solo is an epic adventure for women. Flex your sense of adventure and travel on your own terms as you enjoy your time on the pilgrimage. A girlfriend of mine recently took this pilgrimage solo and loved it.

Story of one man's walk along Spain's Camino de Santiago

Story of one man's walk along Spain's Camino de Santiago // Inspiration for my pilgrimage trip with Sis

From the English countryside to the forests of Japan, here are five of the world's most epic pilgrimage walks.

5 Epic Pilgrimage Walks Around the World

While tourism as we know it today is a relatively new concept, travelers around the world have been undertaking walking pilgrimages for millennia. Here are five of the world's most epic pilgrimage walks.

Daimonzaka Path leading to Nachi Taisha Shrine and Nachi Falls, part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route in Japan.

Kumano Kodo UNESCO Pilgrimage Route

The Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route is one of Japan's most enchanting walks. This UNESCO-recognized Kumano region is filled with spirituality and history, as well as beautiful landscapes, charming villages, hiking, and onsen.

Shikoku Pilgrimage: 30 day trek, 80 miles long around an island visiting 88 temples in Japan.

Shikoku Pilgrimage: 30 day trek, 80 miles long around an island visiting 88 temples in Japan.

Believed to be the site of the cross of Jesus. Church Of The Holy Sepulcher, Jerusalem.Israel.

Holy Sepulchre in Golgatha (Jerusalem) Church of Holy Sepulchre (Israel): One of the most holiest churches, located in Jerusalem at the traditional site of Golgotha - the place of Jesus Crucifixion and burial.

All of your basic questions about walking the Camino de Santiago answered!

Camino de Santiago FAQ's

Everything you need to know about hiking the Camino de Santiago. This is based on my Camino Frances journey - lots of lessons learned I wanted to share!

“He understood that in walking to atone for the mistakes he had made, it was…

When Harold Fry nips out one morning to post a letter, leaving his wife hoovering upstairs, he has no idea that he is about to walk from one end of the country to the other. He has no hiking boots or map, let alone a compass, waterproof or mobile phone.

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