A guide to some of the best vegan travel destinations the world has to offer.
By Ronie Salazar
Veganism is a lifestyle choice that eschews all animal products, including meat, eggs, dairy, and honey.
For some people, veganism is motivated by ethical concerns for animals; for others, the main motivation is to improve their own health. Whatever the reason, veganism is a diet that is gaining popularity all over the world.
There are many delicious vegan recipes available online and in cookbooks, and an increasing number of restaurants are offering vegan options. With a little effort, it is easy to find satisfying vegan meals to suit any taste.
In addition to being kinder to animals and better for your health, veganism can also be more environmentally sustainable than a diet that includes meat and dairy. With so many compelling reasons to choose a vegan lifestyle, it is no wonder that more and more people are making the switch.
Veganism is on the rise all over the world, with more and more people choosing to adopt a plant-based diet for ethical, environmental, or health reasons. This has led to an increase in demand for vegan-friendly travel destinations, where visitors can enjoy delicious vegan food and explore interesting attractions without having to worry about dietary restrictions. In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the best vegan travel destinations in the world!
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or an action-packed city break, there’s sure to be a vegan-friendly destination that’s perfect for you. Here are some of our top picks.
Our Top Vegan Travel Destinations
Spain is home to some of the best vegan food in the world, with delicious plant-based dishes available in every corner of the country. From tasty tapas and soupy sopas to salads, quesadillas, and mouth-watering desserts, you’ll never go hungry as a vegan in Spain!
Wild Beets – The heart of the island’s Wild Beets recalls a commitment to raw, organic plant-based food. Although given this modern trend for vegan restaurants and their stark minimalist design – it feels rather more 21st century than stuck in an era long past!
Rayén Vegano – The food here is made with organic and natural ingredients, free from genetic engineering. They want to turn back the clock on our current era where farmers spray their crops off like they’re spraying bugs during harvest time because those chemicals aren’t healthy for us or animals (or any living thing). With that said everything on Rayén Vegano’s menu-including its renowned bread & cakes–is handmade in-house by chefs who are committed not just to providing you amazing tastes but also to making sure every bite counts!
Veganitesse – Veganitessen is a tapas and dessert restaurant with a plant-based menu that is situated in Seville’s Arenal market. The best-selling dishes at Veganitessen, which is praised for its excellent customer service, include vegan versions of popular German dishes like currywurst, cold Andalusian beet soup, and vegetarian kebabs. Craft beers, vegan-friendly soft drinks, and take-out cuisine are all available at this modest eatery.
Greece is another great option for vegan travelers, with plenty of delicious Mediterranean dishes to enjoy. Be sure to try traditional favorites like dolma (stuffed vine leaves), spanakopita (spinach pie), and baklava (filo pastry dessert) – they’re all vegan-friendly and absolutely delicious!
Trivoli Vegan Kafeneio – I love that this restaurant has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to indulge in some Indian food or enjoy an Italian dish, there are plenty of options here! The cannelloni with vegan ricotta and spinach was my favorite – it tasted so fresh despite being made from ingredients most people would have on hand at home already (like soy yogurt).
The Vegan Vandal – Picking up some quick and tasty grub? Get your hands on a Jack Burger or crispy cauliflower bites at this Pangrati joint. Served with smoked pulled jackfruit marinated in BBQ sauce, coleslaw & mayo among other things like garden onion baby rocket pickled carrot – it doesn’t get much more guilt-free than that!
India is a paradise for vegan food lovers, with an incredible variety of plant-based dishes on offer. From fragrant curries and spicy dals to fresh salads and tasty snacks, you’ll never get bored of the vegan food in India!
Earthlings Cafe – 100% vegan eatery in Delhi that has been crowned ‘India’s Best Vegan Restaurant’ by PETA. This café offers customers many dishes from American and Italian cuisines, including vegetarian options for those who prefer not to eat meat or dairy products but still want some taste of home while traveling abroad! Their menu also includes mock meats like shawarma salads (made without any real beef), and pesto pizzas topped off with perfectly steeped basil leaves—all served up alongside great ambiance thanks to its cozy atmosphere.
Bombay Salad – If you’re looking for a healthy eating place in Bandra West that caters specifically to vegans, look no further than Bombay Salad Co. The menu ranges from fresh salads and wraps all the way up to smoothies! They also seem mindful about our needs as vegan eaters-I tried their “Yogi Salad” which came with tomatoes & cucumbers topped off by raw mushrooms on top of sprouts mixed together into a dressing made out of ginger root juice instead of oil/mayo etc., making it rather tasty indeed; not to mention they can customize your plate according to whatever preferences or dietary restrictions such as gluten intolerance so there really
For a tropical getaway that’s both vegan-friendly and budget-friendly, look no further than Koh Samui, Thailand. This idyllic island is home to a number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants, as well as a number of natural attractions. And with its white-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters, Koh Samui is the perfect place to relax and recharge.
Tropics Beach Club- The food at the Tropics Beach Club is great, but it’s even better if you’re not eating meat. They have many vegetarian options like pizza made with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese or pesto-covered vegetables that are grilled to perfection on their outdoor grill! There are also fresh smoothies from live DJ performances throughout your day which will make any trip here worthwhile for anyone looking forward to some relaxation time in paradise
The Greenlight Cafe- A perfect place to get away from your busy life and enjoy some time reading. The menu here has plenty of hearty choices for health-conscious eaters, with vegetarian meals available in addition to vegan options that are gluten-free too! Not only do they have great food but you can also sip on a fresh juice or organic coffee while enjoying views through their small library – all at affordable prices compared to other restaurants around town
Thanks to its Mediterranean environment, colorful foods emerge from the ground with no coaxing and fill the bustling shuks with scenes and scents that stir vegan joy. Tel Aviv is undoubtedly the vegan capital of Israel—but it’s also, according to The Independent, the “vegan capital of the world.”
Anastasia – one of the earliest vegan eateries in Tel Aviv, founded. 2014 in the heart of the city offers marked options for raw and gluten-free food that is healthier. Rice, almond, and soy milk are produced on-site in the kitchen. The menu offers a wide range of options, including breakfast items, salads, a vegan cheese platter, several sandwiches and major dishes, cakes, and desserts. Vegan packaged foods are available for purchase in a tiny store. The front of the cafe is encircled by a pet-friendly terrace.
The Green Cat- The Green Cat is a vegan pizzeria located in the center of Tel Aviv that specializes in thin-crust pizzas made with only the finest, freshest ingredients. These include a homemade slow-rise dough for the crust, vegan pepperoni, mild and nutty vegan cashew cheese, and handmade soy mozzarella that tops each pie.
Um Kultum- A Haifa original, Chef Asi Delek’s tiny, relaxed vegan eatery offers much more than just a hummus bar. Um Kultum, which takes its name from one of the most well-known Arab singers of all time, is creating its own legacy by pledging to provide only cuisine that is devoid of preservatives and any artificial tastes or colors. In addition to other Middle Eastern-inspired meals such as whole roasted cauliflower, toasted almond and tomato served with babaganoush, and vegan pizza antipasti, you can sample vegan versions of both Knafeh and Malabi here.
As a vegan, one of the best ways to promote veganism while traveling is through video. Video provides a powerful medium for sharing your vegan message with the world. It can be used to document your travels, share your vegan meals with others, and even promote vegan businesses and products.
This is also a great way to connect with other vegans around the world. By sharing your video content through social media like Tiktok or Instagram, you can help to inspire others to live a vegan lifestyle.
Video editing skills are helpful for creating engaging and informative videos, but even if you don’t have any video editing experience, there are plenty of resources like video editing tools, available online, that can help you get started. Always remember to add music visualizers to make it more engaging.
Promoting veganism through video is a great way to reach a wide audience and make a positive impact on the world.
About the Author
Ronie is from Veed. He’s an energetic content marketer with extensive experience in the digital realm. His curiosity and enthusiasm resulted in an ever-growing portfolio that encompasses anything from video editing jobs to distributing his creative work to top-notch websites.