Considering walking the Camino-Frances. Why not start in Sarria – known for its fabulous hospitality and local traditional food. As you begin your walk, you will pass through stunning scenery, picturesque villages, hamlets and many beautiful landscapes, in rural Galicia. The atmosphere is unique. Once you arrive in Santiago, a UNESCO world heritage city, visit the cathedral, claim your certificate from the Pilgrim office. There is plenty of time to explore, reflect on your journey and relax in this stunning town. visit http://www.fitness-excel.com/home to view our video of Sarria-Santiago.
Adventure education is a type of experiential education, it is based on theories that individuals learn through direct experience rather than classroom based activities. Having walked with my daughter on the Camino de Santiago, it was apparent to see the many rewards of learning outdoors. The Camino also develops skills of resilience as participants have to walk day after day, some carrying 8kg backpacks in all types of weather. Adventure education focuses on self-esteem development, problem solving and effective communication skills. Furthermore, learning to undertake risk management skills, making decisions, planning a daily route of walking and navigating offers increased participation, interaction, a sense of achievement and learning which is relevant and meaningful.