Top Vegan Travel Blogs
If you’re planning a world tour, a weekend trip or just living vicariously, there's no shortage of people living the dream and reporting back on their adventures. With a wide range styles from budget backpacking to luxury palace extravaganzas. From part time, to long term travellers with a mission to visit every corner of the globe. Hunting down the best vegan restaurants and showing how easy, of difficult each country can be. Expect lots of tips, tools and techniques about packing, planning, finding and meeting the best people and places. Sharing their experiences and letting you know that a vegan nomadic lifestyle is not only possile, it's great fun and has great rewards for those willing to do the planning and then take the plunge. Reference List
Best Travel Blogs
We are 300 people across 40 countries. Travelling the world, hunting down the best vegan experiences, reporting back and then bringing you with us.
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Everyone knows Wendy Werneth for her great travel guides from around the world. Did you know that she can speak 8 languages, including Chinesde? She has travelled widely and always reports back on the local vegan food options. She is like a free electron; you are never sure where she will pop up next.
Follow Seyka and Brian on their voyage around 21 countries, where they film informative clips about vegan restaurants and lifestyle videos while travelling around the world.
For Goodness Seyks empowers people of all demographics to find their tribe. By connecting life and work, we help inspire people to live a plant-based lifestyle, through love and education, for the sake of human health, planetary wellness, the well-being of animals, and the pursuit of goodness.
Maria has been a vegetarian since the age of 8 and a vegan for over 10 years. She loves to travel and this is the main focus on her site. She is a vegan travel blogger who blogs about her travels, the sightseeing and the vegan dining she finds across the globe. In addition to her travel blog articles, Maria also has info on other aspects of vegan travel (accommodations transport, skincare and vegan travel clothing). Her blog is an excellent all-rounder for vegan travel and covers topics many other blogs tend to leave out.
Amanda Burger is a full time traveller and has been for a few years. But her experience of travelling as a Vegan goes much further back than this. She is an absolute wealth of information when it comes to travelling in and of itself – with advice on budget travel and minimalism (which is why she has been able to make travel a full time journey for herself). Amanda also has many Vegan food travel guides, so you can suss out the best places to eat in various locations.
Tag along with Cristina, a happily addicted vegan traveller as she chronicles her travels in stories, photographs, and reflections. She also prefers travelling more ethically and on a budget by choosing to backpack, use hostels and eat on the cheap. Her site is a great resource for learning about different cultures and eating vegan.
Jenny has been a Vegan since 2014. She currently lives in Prague and has an ambition to visit every European city she can and eat all the vegan food she can along the way. Jenny has numerous posts on different Vegan restaurants in Prague as well as being vegan in various different countries including Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Spain, Hungary and Germany to name a few.
This blog is owned by Sam and Zab, a British couple who took a one-way ticket to Buenos Aires in 2013 and never looked back. The blog chronicles their adventures as a Vegan couple travelling all over. Sam and Zab have some great vegan food in places like Amsterdam, Munich, Glasgow and Kuala Lumpa to name a few. They are both a wealth of information for vegan food and travelling.
Bounding Over Our Steps is written by Couple Ligeia and Mindy who have been vegan since 2012. They enjoy finding hidden vegan treasures when they travel and they have travelled extensively. Ligeia and Mindy have lots of vegan restaurant reviews plus many articles on their travels in Canada, USA, Thailand and Singapore to name a few.
Amélie is a solo world traveller who is minimal in her approach. Her posts are not only about vegan food and travelling, but also more practical advice about work permits and photography to name a few. Amélie’s blog is overall a stand out travel blog and even if you aren’t vegan you will learn a lot from Amélie and her travels. Of course though she has lots of great guides on vegan food too including what she takes on road trips too.
Christina is a vegan blogger and youtuber. The aim of her site is to provide a community and go-to source for anything vegan. Christina has backpacked across Europe and continues to travel. Through her backpacking journey, she realized that being vegan while travelling isn’t actually that hard. Her website offers an array of vegan guides for different cities and locations. She also talks about cruelty-free essential items she uses and blogs about her eating habits. Overall you will find a wealth of information if travel and veganism are both really important to you.
Amelia is a solo traveller and has been travelling from a very young age. She has a lot of experience with vegan cuisine and offers insight with her posts in various different places. She even talks about specific beverages like how to get a vegan coffee! She also has some great posts on how veganism has changed different people’s travel experiences and being respectful while vegan and travel.
Dale and Francis have been travelling the world since 2012. Their approach to travel is cheap and slow. Not only do they give lots of tips and guidance on travelling as a vegan; they also have guides on travelling “slowly”. Slow travel is about appreciating where you are visiting and taking the time to truly explore, instead of going lightning fast from one destination to the next without really getting to know it. They also have some great budget tips too. You will learn a lot from these guys!
Yara is a vagabond at heart; having travelled since she was 18. She offers great insight into vegan foods while travelling but also offers insight into the more spiritual side of travelling. She also talks about responsible travel too. Yara certainly will have you thinking on a larger scale about veganism and what it means in terms of the bigger picture.
Justin and Lauren are a couple who are slowly travelling across the world. They travel as much as they can and blog about it. As vegans, they have a lot to say about plant-based cuisine on their travels. They also have insight into eco-friendly travel and have some great location guides, of which many evolve around “road trips”. This is a fairly unique approach and not found in many other blogs. Their travel photos are also amazing and feature places like Kenya and the Jamaica. Their travel photos also include food shots to have you mouth-watering over delicious vegan cuisine.
Giselle and Cody are a couple love to travel in a compassionate and responsible way. They have reviews on vegan cuisine and accommodation. Their travel experience is pretty diverse from places like India and Nepal to Cambodia and Egypt. They also cover topics such as house sitting, visits to animal sanctuaries and more. A very diverse and full blog of Giselle’s and Cody’s experiences can be found here – try not to get lost!
Caryl and Paul are a vegan couple who left good ol’ England in 2014 to travel the world and taste all the vegan delights it has to offer. They have great restaurant reviews in many many different places across the world. Most blogs tend to err on the side of budgets when it comes to travel but Caryl and Paul blog about luxury travel too. They have both vegan travel guides and vegan luxury travel guides for you to peruse. So if you fancy travelling in utter comfort and luxury then this blog will certainly help you out with that.
Nicole is an American Expat living in Germany. Her blog started in 2008 and includes a lot of different travel guides and experiences in a lot of different places. Not only does she talk about vegan food, she also mentions places you can stay on which is very helpful when you are new to an area. Nicole also has a great range of vegan recipes too and many are very easy to make.
Katie covers both vegetarian and vegan travel. She has travelled extensively through India, Europe and North America. Travel inspiration has ultimately resulted in Katie sharing some great easy and healthy vegan recipes. She also has a great range of “travel through photo” posts – that lets you see her travels in pictures rather than just reading her experiences.
Grace and Benjamin are a vegan couple who love travelling. They blog about vegan food and recipes as well as give tips on travelling to places they have visited and restaurant reviews too. The blog is also available in Spanish.
Natalie Tamara is a UK based blogger who has travelled to 65 countries and counting. She set up her blog to note down her fantastic vegan recipes, document her photography and document her travels. All of these things make for a great vegan travel blog.
Kristin is a lover of food and travel. In 2011 she changed her lifestyle so that she could work exclusively online and therefore from any location. She has travelled all over the USA and reviewed a LOT of vegan restaurants by doing so. In the Spring of 2016 she won an around-the-world award that she is currently on – travelling to various different places on a trip that will end in Feb 2017. She has a lot of content and insight into travelling while vegan, restaurant and hotel reviews as well as doing “What I Ate In A Day” in several different locations. From Kristin’s passion, you will learn along about veganism and travel.
Rika and Doni love developing bold passionate recipes that are inspired from their travels. You can find a wonderful array of vegan recipes on their site to drool over. They also have vegan guides to different places they have visited and also comment on eating vegan in airline lounges. If you have a real passion for vegan food, Vegan Miam is a great website to visit for inspiration.
With 30 years of travel under my belt, I’ve made a bit of a name for myself as a women’s travel expert.
Much of my early travels were on my own. But I realized that not all women had the confidence or know-how to travel independently, so I wrote Wanderlust and Lipstick: The Essential Guide for Women Traveling Solo to encourage more women to travel, well, solo.
Charlie is a long time traveller from the UK. She writes about green and sustainable travel with her partner Luke. Her blog focuses on “slow travel” including posts about house sitting, air bnb and volunteering options. They have a range of slow travel guides on their blog and the insight into alternatives forms of accommodation makes it a great resource for anyone interested in house sitting or treading more lightly.
Jub is a Kiwi who loves travelling, hiking and sporting events. He has some great blog posts on his travels giving insight into the best snacks to travel with and the best places to eat at for vegan food. He also blogs about his expectations versus reality when visiting certain places. In some cases being surprised by the abundance of vegan foods available.
Hi, I'm Jojo, from the south of England although my family are mostly Scottish. I've been vegan for over 11 years now and I started writing Vegan in Brighton back in 2009. I went vegan for animal rights reasons and animal rights reasons only. Now I care about the environment too.
Hi! I'm Carolyn Scott-Hamilton. I'm a Latina holistic nutritionist, vegan chef, cookbook author, speaker, show host, consultant and healthy travel and lifestyle expert. From video web series and travel articles, to product reviews and healthy, vegan and gluten free recipes, you'll find lots of info for a happier, healthier and greener lifestyle! After all, Life is a voyage, live it well!
Hi! I’m Caitlin Galer-Unti, and I’ve been vegan since 2008 and vegetarian my whole life. Since then, I’ve travelled to over 30 countries (and counting!) across 4 continents and eaten vegan around the world. I didn’t want to give up travel when I went vegan, but I wasn’t sure if I could be vegan in some corners of the world (spoiler alert — I could).
Fast forward a decade, and I had authored two vegan travel guidebooks and lived in three countries.
Randi and Michael. Veggie Visa’s mission is to share tips and tricks to help you live a vegan lifestyle whether it’s on the road or at home. I love trying out delicious vegan restaurants, shopping at awesome vegan-friendly stores, staying in eco-friendly hotels when I travel, and cooking quick and easy vegan recipes. I’m devoted to sharing all my finds, tips, and tricks with you so you can live a happier and healthier vegan lifestyle.
I am Arzo, the German solo female travel and lifestyle blogger. What I do? I am working part-time as a middle-school teacher and traveling and working the rest of the time. Whenever I get the chance to travel – sometimes for a few days, and sometimes for several weeks/months. Most often I travel solo AND I LOVE IT.
Hey, I’m Emily. A Canadian beach bum on a mission to see the world and save it at the same time.
I started Airplanes & Avocados in 2015 as a way to document my travels and keep my “wanderlust” alive even when I wasn’t traveling. The blog is about sustainable and healthy travel, with posts on vegan foods, beauty products and what to do while travelling.
World Within Her is a luxury vegan travel blog for those who don’t have to worry about a budget. It is also about sustainability. Marsha is the creator of this wonderful luxurious blog. If you want to be inspired by luxury travel posts with a vegan slant, then this blog will certainly do it.
Angela Orecchio is a big traveller (having travelled over 40 countries) and also a vegan who has managed to clear up a number of health issues due to the change of diet. Her website focuses on travel, food, health and fitness. She has a number of posts on how to be vegan in various places. Although her blog isn’t updated as frequently as some others, she still has some great tips and inspirational posts around veganism (and raw veganism) as well as travel.
Alana Morgan. I’ve always been fascinated by other cultures, places, traditions, languages and people. I love piecing a new place together, appreciating what makes it special and seeing how different people live their lives. I also don’t have the slightest clue of where I want to be or what I want to be doing, so am using this time to figure that out through continually traveling and living abroad. For the past three years, Chiang Mai, Thailand has been home.
Dani has been a full time traveller since 2010 and has lots to say on the subject. Her site is a treasure trove of travel information. She talks about the best vegetarian places to eat at, gear, house sitting, travel tips and reflects on her own travels too. She has a section specifically for foodies too, if that is all you care about! She also has a section for those on a tight budget that want to travel. Her site is very indepth about many different subjects that other sites fail to cover. Definitely a site to have in your must-read list.
Chris. 🌎 Ethical budget backpacker and 💻 Community Manager for Nomadic Matt. Honest accounts of life on the road.
These days, I call Sweden my home. When I'm not backpacking around I am liking reading, writing, hiking, or playing chess...all while planning my next adventure...whilst trying to figure out how to pay for it...whilst trying to convince Christine to join me on it.
Hi, welcome to Vegancruiser, a UK cruise & travel blog here to show you how awesome cruising is – and that even us vegans can cruise. Nice to meet you, I am a Sanna. I’m a full-time professional with an ever-exceeding part-time cruise habit. I live in Scotland with my partner and our three cats. I started this blog back in 2016 to share my love of cruising with the world – thank you for coming by.
Dispelling the myth that you couldn’t possibly cruise as a vegan – or with allergies or other dietary needs.
Hi, I'm Laura. A 20-something who travels a fair bit. This blog documents my adventures and travel mistakes. If you like weird stories and pretty pictures, then you're in the right place.
Laura has quite a few vegan city guides which include prices and reviews of various restaurants in that city. This gives a great indication to anyone travelling there what they can expect from the food and also if its going to cost a lot. As well as learning about Laura’s travel, you will also find information about ethical fashion and of course plenty of recipes to try.
Shawn and Jess are a couple in their 30s. They love outdoor adventures and blog about vegan cuisine, cultural experiences, festivals and their adventures around the world. They have hotel and airline reviews as well as a focus on attractions including museums and exhibitions. This diversity in content and content covered is what makes them stand out as a truly remarkable blog.
We’re Lori and Andrew. We’re Vegetarian. We love to travel. TheVeggieTraveler helps average Joes and Janes eat healthier. There’s a lot of B.S. out there about vegetarianism. We’re working to put a stop to it.
Lori has information on vegetarianism for adults, children and teens. Her site also has a wide variety of recipes to try too and information on how to meal plan.
Visiting Ghana in 2006 gave me the travel bug and I’ve been on the move ever since. I’m out to explore the world and share what I find. Through photos, videos, and stories, I hope to form a better understanding of this beautiful place I Heart: Earth.
At My Five Acres, we focus on the intersection between adventure, travel, and yoga. We believe in taking mindful journeys, moving respectfully through our world, and travelling as sustainably as we can. We know that travel is much more than just exploring the world... it's really about discovering yourself.
Hey! We’re Josh and Sarah, two self-confessed outdoor-loving, tree-hugging hippies and proud parents of this here website. Veggie Vagabonds is the home of ethical adventures: a one-stop-shop for outdoor explorers, vegan wanderers and nature lovers.
In the natural world, you’ll find incredible experiences around every corner – we’re here to help you find them!
A Singaporean girl who loves to make food. Designer at an awesome vegan app start-up. Been blogging for 4 years at tumblr before moving here. Hope you enjoy reading and find the recipes and content useful. Due to my intensive full-time job, I have less time to test recipes but more chances to travel, hence the increase in travel content since 2019.
One must touch this earth lightly, an old Aboriginal saying goes. That’s my approach to the plant-based life of consuming responsibly by leaving the smallest scar possible on this world.
I can’t decide what I love the most, finding new ways and places to travel on a budget, or finding a new spot to sample vegan food. For that reason, I write about both. At 28, I quit my job of 7 years (terrified that society was telling me that I was ‘too old’ to be doing this). I bought a 5 point, around the world ticket, got on the plane to Asia, and never made it past point 3. I doubled back to Asia, pinning for more of it. I settled in Thailand for 2 years. I took quickly to Thai life, working 6 day weeks under the laid back management of my Thai bosses in a travel shop.
Hi. My name is Kip, or Catherine if you prefer, and I’m a messy cook. I love spending time in the kitchen and sharing my disasters and discoveries. I moved to England from Maryland (USA) in 2001 and have been here long enough to consider conversations about the weather interesting. I am self-employed and my work consists of a range of projects from t-shirt design to food writing. I like to make stuff, and Messy Vegan Cook is fuelled by that enthusiasm.
Other interests include travel, Thai language, books, cats, wine and other fermented things, cartoons, science, and play
Travelling on a budget for the past 5 years. My goal is to tell the stories of my experiences and hopefully inspire people to travel and experience as much as they possibly can.
My blog was born out of the desire to share and inspire because it is was I needed to know and hear as I was growing up and I never had this resource. So now, I created it, as an inspiration and resource tool for all those walking into the same situations as I once was.
The Heartspace Connect inspires holistic wellbeing, beauty, compassion and connection.
Experience the beauty and richness of this extraordinary life, grow from it’s challenges with ease and grace and allow yourself to gently blossom into your best and highest self, your true nature.
Do Less Get More Done is an ethical and green living blog that focuses on travel, veganism, photography and yoga. Travel focuses on meeting people and focusing on really getting to know the culture and exploring just as locals do as opposed to tourists. The blog is a great source of inspiration and also gets you thinking a bit differently about travel and what to do in particular places.
Megan, aka the “Crunchy Vegan Gal,” is tree-hugging city gal with an intense adoration for a misunderstood city. As a Baltimorean through and through, she lives to capture the untold stories of an urban landscape on the cusp of great change. Her fierce dedication to social justice, animal welfare, and ecological sustainability have led her down a now seventeen-year path of vegetarianism and veganism. She is the creative force behind Crunchy Vegan, where she invites all to join her community, to stand alongside her in advocating for a more just and ethical society, and to make our world a better, more peaceful place.
My name is Dr Suzy Jones and I have a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Leicester, UK, and also ISSN Diploma in Applied Sports and Exercise Nutrition (dip.ISSN) and a Certified Sports Nutritionist under the International Society for Sports Nutrition (CISSN).
After losing over 50kgs (almost 8stone) from exercising (weights and cardio) and learning to cook. It has been difficult and painful at times, and everyday is a learning experience.
I follow a whole foods plant based diet after reading “How Not To Die” by Dr Michael Greger. I love to travel, which can sometimes clash with healthier eating than fast food. Therefore, I am setting up this blog to help and give advice on how to eat more whole food/plant based at home and travelling (especially travelling)
Travel with us is travel through our memories. For us, travel is to give meaning to our days, trhough the memories we build together. Travel with us is also travel with different cultures, gastronomies and tastes that inspire new recipes (always vegan).
Vegan Travel is a community run site and has insight from a variety of people, as opposed to just one. Each blogger has a passion for vegan travel, so it is essentially a number of vegan treavel blogs wrapped into one. As well as great articles of people’s travels, there are also vlogs too. A great place to get a diversity of experience, tips and reviews for all things vegan travel.
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