The Sufipath

Sufipath

The Sufipath lead along natural, cultural, historical and geographical assets as an unique opportunity in the category alternative ‘green’ tourism. The Sufipath is filled with places of historic and natural attractions. Beside te spiritual centers there are caves, falls, woods and breathtaking rocky formations.
The similarities of the Sufipath with the Camino de Santiago are obvious. Both are a collection of hiking-trails to the tomb of an important religeous person. Saint James the Apostel in Santiago, Spain and Sufi Mevlana Rumi in Konya, Turkey. Rumi his grave still is worlds most visited sufi-shrine.

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  1. sufipath said, on April 13, 2009 at 10:40

    If you are along the way, please let us know your story


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