Every year, Cape Camino offers shorter Camino packages for those who only have weekends available.
We partner with organisations that suit our ethos and theme the weekend to them. We also host weekends themed to special times of year.
Set dates available
20 & 21 February (peninsula route)
20 & 21 March - in association with Greenpop (restoring ecosystems on the peninsula route) SEE MORE
16 - 18 July - in association with StreetSmart SA (supporting children in need on the country route) SEE MORE
17 - 19 September (Farmlands and Community)
You are also welcome to book your own 2 day Camino on the dates that suit you.
Overview info for Weekend Caminos
2 full days walking on the Saturday and Sunday.
Accompanied by chaperones.
Guesthouse and homestay shared accommodation.
2 dinners included in Country route only. 1 dinner on peninsula route.
Distances: between 16 and 23 km. Mostly flat.
Difficulty: 6/10. Suitable for average fitness.
Prices are per person sharing.
Country route includes porterage (luggage transfer).
Transport to and from start and finish not included.
Bookings at least 1 month in advance.
Peninsula route: R2 300 pp sharing (20 & 21 February and 20 & 21 March 2021 - in association with Greenpop)
Winelands, Farmlands and Community, Sandveld and Strand: R3 850 pp sharing (16 - 18 July and 17 - 19 September 2021)
What to pack
2 packing lists received on booking.
Things to remember: enough water, snacks, spending money, a wind sheeter if weather calls for it, sunblock, camera, plasters, painkillers (optional)
What to wear
Comfortable walking shoes.
We suggest rubbing your feet with coconut oil or Zambuk before putting your socks on.
A buff is always handy as it serves many purposes. You will receive one in your pack.
Don't forget a hat, sunblock and sunglasses.
You do not have to be an athlete to join this Camino. You do need to be experienced in walking long distances. We encourage all pilgrims to walk at their own pace. Difficulty for both days is 6/10.
About the chaperones
Cape Camino chaperones are an important part to the experience. They offer safety, navigation and assistance. They are not tour guides but Camino assistants and are aware of the ethos of a Camino so will leave you to your own personal pilgrimage.
Sacred spaces on route are optional to visit. There are many opportunities to connect with nature as a sacred space.
Please use the address provided and Google Maps to find the location.
Do your own research, on the area, the terrain, the weather, or any other information that may be of interest to you. This is not a tour, or a hike. It is a pilgrimage and our services are to assist you with your logistics.