About Us

BAB Anglophone Group is a Biarritz-based 12 Step program group facilitating conventions and meetings, real and virtual, for international members of the spiritual fellowship worldwide. Spiritual excursions to nearby pilgrimage locations originally organized as additional features to real conventions proved very successful. Acknowledgement  and acceptance of  and participation in these excursions was high and enthusiastic. As a group with established partners in tourism, and logistics research by students at the University of Pau transformation into launching and facilitating spiritual pilgrimage services. BAB Anglophone Group as based at 6, rue albert-le-barillier, 64600 Anglet, France, and are associate members of the Union of Alcooliques Anonymes, 29 Rue de Campo Formio, 75013 Paris France, Acting on its behalf, as well as on associations dependent on the Common Charter, the Union holds insurance contract n ° 86 369 235 guaranteeing the pecuniary consequences of civil liability that may be incumbent because of the organization of meetings by any group Alcoholics Anonymous France, in any place in France. Insurance coverage is provided for the following amounts Liability; Bodily, material and immaterial damage €8,000,000 per claim – Liability: €500,000 per victim No deductible – Deductible €1,500,000 per year of insurance – Material and immaterial damage: €1,500,000 per claim € 150 per claim – Accidental environmental damage €400,000 per insurance year € 1,524 per claim – Temporary occupation of premises: €300 000 per claim 750 € per claim

Spiritual tourism Spiritual tourism is to travel to find purpose and meaning to your life. It elevates your physical, mental, and emotional energies. It develops, maintains, and improves your body, mind, and spirit. Spiritual tourism is not connected with any specific religion. It is different from religious tourism. Spiritual Tourism is linked to Religious Tourism, in the sense, pilgrimage implies a ritualized, hyper-meaningful journey – both inward and outward – to a person’s or group’s sacred center, set apart from everyday life, and built on rich mythological representations and symbolic markers Going on a pilgrimage is a life-changing and a transformational experience. Walking pilgrimage paths is usually long because their purpose is to give time to be with God/the gods, with your faith, with yourself and others.

A pilgrimage is a journey, often into an unknown or foreign place, where a person goes in search of a new or expanded meaning about their self, others, nature, or higher good, through the experience. It can lead to a personal transformation, after which the pilgrim returns to their daily life. | More Info… Ultimately, what makes a trip a pilgrimage is the intention behind it and the presence you bring, that and the three elements required for any pilgrimage, A Journey, Engagement with True Self, and Sacred Encounter . Our goal is service, and to assist and help you on your spiritual journey and to provide services necessary to accomplish your pilgrimage These are the gifts I ask of Thee, Spirit Serene. Strength for the daily task, Courage to face the road, Good cheer to help me Bear the traveler’s load, And for the hours that come in between, Inward joy in all things heard and seen. BAB Anglophone Group; contact babanglophonegroup@gmail.com