Ever wondered "where to find vegan food near me?" Or do you want to know where a vegan can eat? This step-by-step vegan travel guide shows you how to research and locate vegan-friendly (or vegetarian, raw, or gluten-free) fare in any city. You'll discover how to find where a vegan can eat in an city, anywhere in the world. Beyond the food, the book offers hints for connecting with local vegans, choosing a place to stay, packing, and traveling (and keeping the peace) with non-vegan companions. The expanded 2017 edition has all-new sections, including dog- and child-friendly travel, traveling with allergies, and planning vegan travel adventures (such as camping, road trips, cruises, and retreats).The Essential Vegan Travel Guide costs less than the price of a pizza and when you consider how much this book reduces the stresses of travel, it's priceless! In this guide, you'll learn how to: Use the best online resources (HappyCow and much more) to find vegetarian, vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants in your destination(s). Research and choose vegan-friendly lodging. Find and connect with other vegans in the area, both online and offline. Organize your trip and research on vegan-friendly food. Prepare for your trip, pack your bags and get ready. Make sure you have vegan food on the plane. Plan vegan adventures, like camping, cruises, road trips and more. Travel with children while keeping them entertained. Figure out dog-friendly travel, including destinations and travel by plane and car. Request vegan food in any restaurant anywhere. Prepare plant-based meals with little to no cooking equipment (food you can make with just a coffeemaker in a hotel room). The book also includes the Top Vegan Destinations of 2017, plus the Top Vegan Restaurants Worldwide, if you want to plan a vegan foodie trip. Plus, get a free gift when you buy a copy of the book (details inside).
Caitlin Galer-Unti is a vegan travel writer who has been featured in the New York Times and Yahoo! Caitlin speaks English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, and has lived in the US, the UK and Spain. She has traveled to 30 countries (and counting) and writes about the vegan food she finds around the world at theveganword.com. Caitlin's mission is to show vegans around the world that stress-free, meat-free travel is possible.