Vegan Travel Tips | Ideas for Vegan Travelers
Searching for vegan travel tips for your new S/O? Are you a long time vegan and searching for inspiration? Your mom is newly vegan and you’re planning a family trip? Whatever your reason, we’re here to help you out. We’ve listed some of favorite vegan travel tips and ideas to get your wheels spinning.
Tip 1: Travel with Purpose
Travel with a purpose by planning a trip to volunteer at an animal sanctuary. Many international animal sanctuaries offer packages for volunteers that range from a day trip to several nights on location. Housing and meals are generally included in the cost. Volunteer opportunities like these are big in Africa and Southeast Asia. For more information, check out the Great Projects on Instagram.
Tip 2: Visit a Vegan-friendly City
Book a stay in one of the top vegan cities. This makes vegan travel easier on so many levels. You’ll also have a bunch cafés to hit. People will understand what the word “vegan” means. Most importantly, finding dining options will be a breeze. No explaining to the waiter that an iceberg salad is a complete vegan meal. Check out our list of the best vegan cities and what they offer.
Tip 3: Wellness Travel
Try a vegan wellness experience. These are packaged vacations in specific destinations. Activities, meals, mindfulness practices, and lodging are prearranged. You’ll be surrounded by a group of likeminded animal lovers. No planning, organizing, or arranging. All you do is show up. Sounds great to us!
Tip 4: Join a Vegan Travel Community
Connect with fellow vegan travelers. Many vegan groups host adventure getaways. This is a great opportunity to connect with fellow vegans from around the world. You’ll be surrounded by people to share stories, experiences, struggles, tips, and recipes. Here are a few of our favorites:
Feeling inspired? Visit our vegan travel page to begin planning your next trip!
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