Meet Other Vegan Travellers

Mini Travel Interviews:

Vegan Travel Interviews with:

Wendy Werneth is an intrepid world traveler, vegan foodie and animal lover. She is the author of the book Veggie Planet and the creator of the award-winning vegan travel blog The Nomadic Vegan, where she uncovers vegan treasures across the globe so that you can be vegan anywhere and spread compassion everywhere.

Vegan Voyagers 2 vegans traveling the US in an RV with 5 cats, a dog & a silkie chicken named Brienne of Tarth. In late 2016 we sold everything we owned and set off on an adventure of a lifetime! We plan to visit every state, every National Park, and eat at as many vegan restaurants as we possibly can. There’s no slowing down for us, as once we’ve explored the US, we plan to continue traveling internationally!

Vegan Nom Noms  I am an American vegan expat based in Berlin, Germany since 2011. I’m also a big nomad always traveling around the world parts of the time. I’m queer, friend of all street cats, a bit of an organizational nerd, and a big fan of community-building, especially via my Queer Women* Digital Nomads group.

Simona Collins  I’m half Latvian half Russian living in the UK, Birmingham whose goal is to become a full-time traveller. My three favourite things are food, cats and sounds of ocean waves. Did I say I love food?

Caitlin Galer-Unti is an author and the vegan food and travel writer behind The Vegan Word. She has published two books, The Essential Vegan Travel Guide and the Barcelona Vegan Guide. Caitlin has lived in the US, UK and Spain and has travelled to more than 30 countries (and counting!).

Plant Powered PhD is a computer science student that is vegan for the animals. When he's not staring at a computer screen or struggling with social media addiction, he likes to travel and he's been to quite a few interesting places.

Laura Cody has been travelling the world full-time for the past four years. She loves martial arts, Budapest and tahini. Check her out at Vegan vs Travel.

Sam and Veren, a couple from NYC that explores the world on a low budget and in an alternative and sustainable way. We prefer to slow travel and do so through creative cost-saving methods like housesitting, which helps us make meaningful connections everywhere we go. We started Alternative Travelers to show that neither traveling nor eating vegan has to be expensive or difficult and that life can have as many options as you have imagination.

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