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Why travel alone? The company of fellow vegans and vegetarians not only makes traveling and dining more convenient and fun, but we often find it easier to become friends. Finding another vegan or vegetarian traveler can be difficult. This site was created to make it easier for fellow travelers to find each other to travel together.
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For Valerie Libutti, going vegan does not mean giving up the foods you love. Instead, it introduces you to a diverse and exciting vegan food scene from around the world. She shares about traveling as a vegan couple, all the amazing food, and a lot of recipes inspired by these fascinating discoveries on Vegan Travel Eats. Read on to find out more of her stories and tips as a vegan traveler.
I’ve always wanted to stay at an earthship since I first learned about it from a friend a few years ago. The idea of staying at a house that is entirely self-sufficient and made of natural and recycled materials fascinated me. I love sustainability, homesteading and am already practicing on reducing my carbon footprint. Thus, naturally, the idea of an off-grid dwelling appealed to me. So we packed our bags and headed off to Taos, New Mexico.
Traveling by train from Aix-les-Bains, a thermal spa town in the eastern part of France, to Paris takes about four hours. But it took me a bit longer than that because of a misadventure that proved to be the biggest adventure of all in my trip.