The Vegan Travel Handbook

Travelling with dietary requirements can be intimidating for a number of reasons. Fears that restaurants or a type of cuisine won’t be able to cater to your needs is enough to deter some people from exploring foreign destinations. Travelling should be accessible to everyone. That’s why Lonely Planet has released The Vegan Travel Handbook, opening up a world of taste for eco-friendly eaters.

The handbook is packed with expert tips on when and where to travel, how to stay safe and healthy abroad and how to order exciting new vegan-friendly dishes with confidence. The book highlights the best festivals, tours, restaurants and cooking classes all around the world.

If wine tasting in northern Italy has been on your bucket list for a while, this book will be your personal tour guide through the vineyards. Wildlife watching, cocktails in the Cayman Islands or meditating in the mountains of Taiwan, the handbook is the perfect guide for any adventurous souls wanting to experience a different side of the culinary world. From road-tripping the east coast of Australia to absorbing the serenity of a Japanese bathhouse, or even dancing the night away in Seville, this guidebook is packed with adventures from all around the globe.

Are you adventurous with the cuisines you try when travelling? What culinary experiences have made it to your travel bucket list?

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Liv Gardiner
Liv Gardiner
Writer and editor with interests in travel, lifestyle, health, wellbeing, astrology and the enivornment.
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