• March 1 – July 30: Join hundreds of pilgrims
  • Walk 150 days with a focus on hope and healing
  • Travel virtually along the ancient Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in Spain 485 miles / 780 km
  • Arrive virtually in Santiago to celebrate the Holy Year’s Feast of St. James.
  • Run, walk or hike at your own pace in your local area

Join the March to Santiago today!

Your $60 USD registration fee supports Camino de Santiago pilgrim hostels.

Have you ever wanted to walk the Camino de Santiago? Are you seeking a spiritual journey?

Using the powerful Camino for Good Virtual Camino App, challenge yourself to focus on hope and healing as you virtually walk the ancient pilgrimage. Receive weekly emails providing guidance for meditation and reflection.

What is the March to Santiago?

  • Physical motivation: Average 3 miles per day to reach Santiago in 150 days
  • Visual beauty: Access to thousands of original photos of the Camino de Santiago
  • Google street view: Explore the landscapes and streetscapes of Spain
  • Get inspired: Listen to audio stories from real pilgrims that have completed their own Spanish Camino
  • Spiritual guide: Weekly spiritual meditation prompts by email during the march
  • Connection to community: Create private groups with your friends
  • Giving Back: 75% of Camino for Good’s net income from the Challenge goes straight to Camino de Santiago albergue/hostel owners
  • Free Neck Gaiter and Patch: On signup – wear the gaiter, iron on the patch to show support
  • Achievement certificate: On completion – frame it and hang it with pride

Meditate on hope and healing while on your journey

How does my March to Santiago help others?

We commit that  75% of our net income goes towards aiding the albergues (Spanish hostels) along the Camino de Santiago.

COVID-19 has not been kind to the pilgrim hostels and the time is now to help the hostel owners make it through the winter season and the uncertainty of the year ahead.

  • With the resurgence of COVID-19 in 2021, these albergue hosts find themselves without income into the Spring.
  • Many are unable to cover basic living expenses, like rent, electricity, and water.
  • Supporting the albergues now ensures they will be ready to receive pilgrims when the Camino re-opens

You can help out by signing up today!

A look inside the Virtual Camino App

The dashboard tracks your progress all the way to Santiago

Log your distance manually or with a fitness tracker

Unlock 200+ towns featuring over 3,000 photos along the way

See your friends and yourself on the interactive map

Explore Spain through Google Street View!

Gather stamps for each town you visit

The Virtual Camino has motivated me to travel farther and with more purpose on my runs and hikes. I look forward to progressing on my journey while learning about the towns along the Camino!

IanDelaware, USA

Just started my virtual hike from St. Jean Pied de Port. So beautiful looking at the Pyrenees mountains. Pushed myself and stopped for the day at Roncesvalles. Amazing pictures, feels like I am there.

GaryCalifornia, USA

The virtual experience was very rich! The web-site easy to navigate and full of wonderful content. My favorite was the Camino audio stories from pilgrims who have experienced the Camino in person. They shared personal stories via audio files, and it gave me a real sense of how diverse the Camino experience is – people from across the globe!

BettyTennessee, USA

Not only did [the Virtual Camino] provide a focus for my runs, it allowed me to feel like my solitary runs were actual helping someone else in a small way.

JackTennessee, USA

Join the March to Santiago today!

Your $60 USD registration fee supports Camino de Santiago pilgrim hostels.