A NEW documentary tells the inspirational true story of how six strangers from Australia and New Zealand overcame their grief by joining together to complete the historic Spanish pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago.
The six antipodean pilgrims, between the ages of 50 and 80, embarked on the historic 800- kilometre Spanish pilgrimage, defying both age and physical ability, as they came to terms with recent loss.
Described as both heart-breaking and inspirational, the documentary Camino Skies is an uplifting story about everyday people doing the extraordinary.
Now UTracks, the active European holiday specialist and Camino expert, is offering Camino Skies movie-goers the opportunity to win a trip for two on an eight-day UTracks self-guided Camino-Sarria to Santiago tour, worth over $4300.
The prize includes seven nights twin share accommodation, daily breakfasts and six dinners, luggage transfers on walking days between hotels and clear maps and directions.
As part of the prize package, UTracks will contribute $800 per person toward international flights.
To enter visit the UTracks website and fill in the details, including who your favourite character is from the film.
The Australian debut of Camino Skies will be held at the Cremorne Orpheum Cinema, Sydney on Wednesday July 31 with Q&A by the documentary makers.
The film will then be shown in each state capital as well as several regional centres. For a list of locations and dates click HERE.