Win a spot on a UTracks Spanish Camino famil

Camino hikers, Credit Tim Charody

Camino hikers, Credit Tim Charody

Win a spot on a UTracks Spanish Camino famil

UTracks, the active Europe and Camino specialist, is giving two Aussie travel agents the chance to win a place on an exclusive guided walking famil along the most popular section of the Spanish Camino.

In partnership with the Tourism Office of Spain, UTracks is flying a group of eight travel professionals to Spain this October to experience the world’s most famous pilgrim trail. The famil will run from 26 October – 4 November 2018.

Over nine days and in the company of an experienced local guide, the group will enjoy a guided walk along the last 110 kilometres of the Spanish Camino, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela.

This section includes some of the region’s most breathtaking landscapes, unique historical and cultural highlights and ancient villages.  Most importantly, it will allow the group to experience the sense of camaraderie enjoyed by those walking the Camino and the satisfaction of reaching the end of the pilgrim route in Santiago de Compostela.

The famil also comes with bragging rights – by completing the last 110km section of the Camino, the participants will also qualify for the official Compostela certificate of completion.

To be in the running to win one of two places on the famil, Australian travel agents need to correctly answer three questions about the Spanish Camino and then write, in 25 words or less, why they should be chosen for the famil.

As they will be walking significant distances each day, successful applicants will need to have a good level of fitness and enjoy active holidays. However, in true UTracks’ style, they will enjoy twin share accommodation each night in comfortable family-run hotels as well as luggage transfers each day.

Agents need to get their entries in now – the competition closes at midday, Thursday 26 July 2018 and winners will be notified the following day.

This competition will be over faster than you can say, “Buon Camino”.

More information about how to enter here:

UTracks offers a multitude of self-guided and guided walking and cycling itineraries along the Camino de Santiago, the French Way of St James as well as the Portuguese Road and the Camino Primitivo.

Source = UTracks
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