Let Gabrielle Andrew show you the Cape Camino.
South African Pilgrim Gabrielle Andrew is a trained community facilitator who worked in rural communities of the Southern Cape for most of her adult life.
At the same time she developed a permaculture farm with a straw bale house.
She then trained as a Life Coach and has always been interested in nation building concepts.
She has faith we can create much improved lives for ourselves and each other.
Gabrielle has two magnificent children age 30 and 27.
Gabrielle Andrew and Peggy Coetzee-Andrew, are a mother and daughter team and in 2011 they walked Camino de Santiago together.
Many lessons were learned during their time in Northern Spain and both were deeply inspired by the experience.
When they arrived back in Cape Town it was only a few months until Gabrielle decided to bring the concept to Cape Town.
She has worked on the project for over 4 years, by herself, and then Peggy left her job in Mozambique.
They are both fun-loving, inspired people, who bring energy into a room and see the Cape Camino as a nation building asset, contributing to positive change in South Africa.
Together they launched ‘Cape Camino’ in April 2015.
The Cape Camino allows you to discover the South African pilgrimage route, Cape Camino.
Walk Your Way in the pristine setting of the Cape peninsula, meeting others and creating time and space for a personal journey and a unique adventure.
It is a retreat. A time away from your normal routine.
To use how you like: asking and answering life’s questions; healing hardships and heartaches; challenging your physical ability; a space to be quiet and alone or just an adventure – open to whatever it brings you.
It is a modern day pilgrimage route that offers relief for the soul, while challenging your strength.
Gabrielle shares her passion for the Camino in this latest interview.
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