If you’re vegan or even vegetarian, you know that traveling can be a challenge, but with these travel tips for vegans, vacations are a breeze! I’m not a meat eater and I usually only crave fish every few months, so I'm usually a vegan traveler myself. It can seem hard to travel as vegan, since many restaurants have few vegan options available on the main menu. Traveling as a vegan or vegetarian doesn’t have to be daunting or impossible though. You just need a few tips to get you started. Enjoy these travel tips for vegans, and be sure to let me know if you have any of your own to add. I don’t want to miss out!
1. Bring Vegan Convenience Foods
One of the easiest travel tips for vegans is to bring your own convenience foods. I don’t mean that vegan junk food either, like vegan popcorn and cookies. I’m talking shelf-stable fruits and veggies, raw nuts and seeds, raw energy bars and vegan protein powder to keep you nourished and energized. You can eat these foods anywhere, and they require maybe only a fork or spoon to eat. A quick snack is to mix some protein powder with water or shake in a smoothie container for a quick smoothie. Add in one of the other foods and you’ve got the perfect snack when everyone else stops for frozen yogurt or ice cream.