Vegan Travel News
How to Travel as a Vegan
It can be quite a challenge to travel as a vegan. Restaurants and snacks may be somewhat challenging. But things are changing – even airlines are now offering vegan meal choices as they look to meet increasing consumer demand for plant-based food.
A lot of travel destinataions are becoming a lot more vegan friendly but you still may need to take some travel sized plant based milk around with you.
Here are some of our news stories about travel-related places and issues:
- the UK’s first ever 100% vegan hotel opens in Pitlochry, Perthshire: the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Saorsa 1875 is an environment where none of the food, drink, design or decor comes at the expense of animals;
- the central European cities of Prague, Warsaw and Budpest feature in the Holy Cow’s top ten best cities for vegans in Europe;
- as Google trends shows an enormous interest in veganism in Iceland, we ask the question: is Iceland the world’s most vegan country?
- a successful meal delivery service grows into the world’s biggest vegan restaurant in the heart of Dubai;
- Disney theme parks are given a vegan makeover with over four hundred plant-based dishes;
- Hyderabad wins a PETA award as India’s most vegan-friendly city with a thriving active vegan community;
- Neve Shalom in the Negev desert in Israel has been an entirely vegan village for over fifty years;
- the iconic Brighton Palace Pier is getting a vegan restaurant.