The main component of your first aid supplies for the Camino de Santiago is a blister repair kit. And ibuprofen. Lots of ibuprofen.
The Camino de Santiago is mostly about your feet. Take care of them with the right shoes and socks, and they will take care of you.
The debate about walking sticks: Do you absolutely need them? Probably not. Will they make the Camino de Santiago easier if you have them? Definitely yes.
The definitive Camino de Santiago packing list: all the incidental gear and other tips you're going to want for walking the Camino de Santiago.
The Camino de Santiago, above all, is a long hike. Your footwear matters. A lot. Take the time to pick the right shoes for you, and break them in before you start.
It should go without saying that you’ll need to carry enough water on the Camino de Santiago to last until you can get more. Here's the best way to do it.
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