After a few years of years of living a vegan lifestyle and over a decade of vegetarianism before that, here’s what I’ve learned. Eating vegan isn’t too difficult once you get the hang of it in your own neck of the woods. You quickly figure out all your favorite spots to grab a bite, the grocery stores that carry the ingredients you need, and all the convenient places you can get a sweet snack on the go if you’re in a rush. Vegan travel, on the other hand, is a whole different ball game. Whether you’re living large at a luxury resort or backpacking in a foreign country, finding quality vegetarian/vegan eats can prove to be a real problem in an unfamiliar place.
Alternative diets shouldn’t have to be a struggle when you travel, we just need to work together as a community to share information. That’s what this blog is for, to help vegans travel hassle-free and to highlight amazing establishments that deserve our support. As someone who has admittedly survived on Cliff bars and steamed veggies on more than one vacation, I’m here to help pave the way for others to not have to do the same.
Thank you for following my sun-soaked adventures as I share insights on some of the most fabulous vegan food the world has to offer. As a nature lover and strong supporter of eco-friendly tourism and products, you can expect to find honest reviews about places and things that I love on this site.
The Vegan Vacationista