These associations and confraternities will help you with the pilgrim’s passport, give suggestions and usefull recommendations.  You might became a volunteer and support them in the incredible network of the Ways to Santiago! Speak to them before you do the Way to Santiago. Do the Camino by yourself!

Contact Pilgrim Associations

Contact any of these 8 international non-profit Camino de Santiago associations and confraternities and make your own Camino experience.


A brief outline of American Pilgrims:
American Pilgrims on the Camino is the United States Camino association. American Pilgrims has three principal goals: to support the Camino, to gather pilgrims together, and to provide information. Toward those ends, the association convenes an annual Gathering, provides material support for the Camino infrastructure through its program of grants, hosts local chapters all around the country, provides Camino pilgrim credentials, offers Hospitalero training and maintains a comprehensive website.

The Sacramento Chapter of American Pilgrims on the Camino was formed in July 2016 by a group of volunteer, to offer advice, encouragement, fellowship and community.


Camino Society helps with information for any person who is visiting Northern Spain’s walking pilgrimage, providing Pilgrim’s passport and help.


Pilgrims in Sidney is an informal support group for Camino pilgrims. Their group meets monthly with the aim to provide a vehicle for support and planning of pilgrimages.

The Australians friends of the Camino was founded back in 2011 to promote the pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The group count over


The UK based charity association established to promote the pilgrimage of Saint James to Santiago de Compostela. They provide a range of information services to assist prospective pilgrims who are planning to walk or cycle one of the many Camino de Santiago routes.


The Canadian company of pilgrims is a volunteer-run association that supports Canadians interested in the pilgrimage offering local contacts, resources and info


CSFofSA is a voluntary organisation founded in Cape Town to help South Africans Pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago.

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