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The World Vegan Travel Podcast is all about showing you how to do vegan travel and help you get out and explore whether you stay close to home, or go further afield.We do different types of episodes. We share our vegan travel experiences and the experiences of others to inspire you to get out into this beautiful world and we conduct interviews with people doing amazing things to promote vegan travel as well as individuals and organisations that are protecting human and nonhuman animals in a destination you could be visiting.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

The World Vegan Travel Podcast is all about showing you how to do vegan travel and help you get out and explore whether you stay close to home, or go further afield.We do different types of episodes. We share our vegan travel experiences and the experiences of others to inspire you to get out into this beautiful world and we conduct interviews with people doing amazing things to promote vegan travel as well as individuals and organisations that are protecting human and nonhuman animals in a destination you could be visiting.

    S3 Ep 6 | A Vegan Culinary Tour of Mexico | Eddie Garza

    S3 Ep 6 | A Vegan Culinary Tour of Mexico | Eddie Garza

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    In today’s episode, we’re talking to Eddie Garza, one of the most exciting chefs in the plant-based cooking world. I first met Eddie in a Clubhouse room of our Vegan Travel Club a couple of months ago. As soon as he started talking and I looked at his bio I knew I wanted to talk to him on the podcast. He grew up in the border town of Brownsville, Texas, son of Mexican immigrants and through his mother and grandmother, he fell in love with food. Since then he has spent a lot of time in Mexico and with his love of Mexican food, he is taking you our listeners throughout a culinary tour of Mexico. We’ll be learning about unique ingredients, special towns, the vibe of certain regions, and even some food history.

    This episode was one of my favorites to record and edit because Eddie’s enthusiasm is just contagious. I defy you to not want you to pack your bags and head on a year-long discovery of Mexico!

    • 51 min
    S3 Ep 5 | Best Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Italy | Verde Camilla Parmigiani

    S3 Ep 5 | Best Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Italy | Verde Camilla Parmigiani

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    In today’s episode, we’ll be talking to Camilla from Vegan Set, an expert in the hospitality industry from Italy. Camilla consults with hotels all around Italy to help them become more vegan-friendly. Camilla has worked with so many hotels around Italy and we are going to be talking about the growth of vegan foods in fine dining restaurants and luxury hotels in Italy, the work that she does and she’ll be telling us about her favorite and most vegan friendly in Italy. If you want to go to Italy and would like to stay in a vegan or vegan-friendly hotel, then please listen in. Camilla is working so hard so this list might be incomplete soon, so make sure you go to her website and sign up for her newsletter to learn about the new hotels she has worked with

    Learn more about what we talk about
    Eleven Madison ParkThe IGTV  Camilla referencesRich Roll interview with Eleven Madison Park ownerIl San Pietro di Positano - Amalfi CoastTherasia Resort - I Tineraumi Vegetarian RestaurantBio Hotel Raphaël-Relais & Châteaux*****L - Bio Hotel Raphael restaurantVegan Agrivilla I Pini - TuscanyFour Seasons in FlorenceQuerciabella WineryLefay Resort - Lake GardaBotania Relais and Spa on Ischia Island

    • 46 min
    S3 Ep 4 | Best LA Neighborhoods | Chris Tucker

    S3 Ep 4 | Best LA Neighborhoods | Chris Tucker

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    In today’s episode, we’ll be talking to Chris Tucker from Better with Butta. Chris is a long-term Los Angeles resident who operates a mail-order vegan bakery that sends beautifully created boxes of vegan baked goods all over the US. 

    In this episode, we are going to be talking about different neighborhoods in LA. We did something a little bit similar a couple of episodes back with Tim Attucks and Donna Zeigfinger in episode 2.  We talked about the different neighborhoods in Washington DC including not only the best vegan eats in each neighborhood but the best places to stay and the attractions there. 

    If you are heading to LA anytime soon or you know someone who is, then take a listen, take a look at the show notes, and start making plans for your next visit to LA.

    • 45 min
    S 3 Ep 3 | Vegan Holiday Rental In Andalusia | James Evans and Nina Graetz

    S 3 Ep 3 | Vegan Holiday Rental In Andalusia | James Evans and Nina Graetz

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    In today’s episode, we will be talking to James and Nina from Finca Vegana, the owners of a 100% vegan holiday rental located in Andalusia. They are going to talk about their beautiful vegan holiday cottages, the vegan events they organize, as well as giving some incredible reasons about why you might consider traveling to this part of the world. 
    This episode is really for those of you who are interested in planning a trip to Spain. James and Nina will be sharing some amazing activities you can do around the Andalusia area, including adventure activities like paragliding and hiking or a peaceful yoga retreat in a quiet town perched on the mountain. They are also going to be sharing their favorite vegan destinations all across the country.
    Learn more about what we talk about
    Finca VeganaAndalusiaJerez de la FronteraSevilleCádizMálagaCosta de la LuzTarifaParque de Mariá LuisaMadridBarcelonaValenciaGaliciaBilbaoOther World Vegan Travel content connected with this episode
    #10 | Luxury Vegan Hotels in Italy | Josh Thomas
    #13 | Being a Vegan in Madrid and Spain | Diana Esteban
    #20 | Valencia for Vegans | Natacha Parmantier
    #21 | Meson Mudejar Vegan Hotel | Kinga and David
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    • 33 min
    S 3 Ep 2 | Best DC Neighborhoods for Vegan Travelers | Tim Wright and Donna Zeigfinger

    S 3 Ep 2 | Best DC Neighborhoods for Vegan Travelers | Tim Wright and Donna Zeigfinger

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    In today’s episode, we’ll be talking to two guests! Firstly, we are talking with Tim from Attucks Adams who specializes in giving tours of Washington. Donna Zeigfinger is a vegan travel agent who is from this part of the world and she is also from the Washington DC area and they will be talking to us all about Washington DC.

    So this is a really fun episode for pretty much everyone! For those of you who have visited DC before, chances are you have spent your time there at some incredible museums and sightseeing around the memorials and the iconic government buildings. There is honestly so much of this incredible stuff but there are some really interesting neighborhoods in DC. They have people living their lives and just like so many big cities DC is rich in culture, diversity, history, and character. 
    Tim and Donna are going to be sharing four neighborhoods in DC that have all that culture, diversity, and history in abundance. They will be sharing their favorite spots for entertainment, favorite lodgings, and of course where to go to get the best vegan food in each neighborhood. 
    Even if you have never visited DC before and intend to go to all the main sights, consider basing yourself in one of these neighborhoods so you can soak up more of what makes DC the fascinating city that it is. Consider this your guidebook for your next visit to DC.

    Make sure you listen in, star these locations in Google Maps so you know where to head when you are next there and, share this with someone who is traveling to Washington DC to get all the recommendations from these vegan travel professionals who are long time DC residents.
    Learn more about what we talk about
    U Street
    Black BroadwayThe Howard TheatreBen’s Chilli BowlThe Line DC Hotel (in Adams Morgan)Downtown
    Eaton HotelFruitativeHip City VegSticky FingersH Street North East
    Union StationFare WellThe Fancy RadishSticky RicePow PowBelmont-Paul Women’s Equality Museum (walkable from this area - on Capitol Hill)DC StreetcarGeorgetown

    • 42 min
    S3 Ep 1 | Ethical Wildlife Photography | Jennifer Hadley

    S3 Ep 1 | Ethical Wildlife Photography | Jennifer Hadley

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

plant based Janice ,

Fun and informative

Gives me lots of great ideas for future travel. I enjoy hearing about other peoples adventures too

Alysa Tarrant ,

Loved It!

Such and incredible resource that all travelers need to listen to! We’re so thrilled to have been able to record with Brighde and have loved listening and connecting with other vegan travelers through this podcast.

M2appReview ,

Travel Experts

Well worth the time to listen and learn from people who know what it takes to enjoy travel in a non-vegan world (although it’s getting better!). We’ve travelled twice with Seb and Brighde, knowing that vegan travel is about experiencing the culture through cuisine- without compromising our commitment to plant-based eating and the animals. Can’t wait to listen to hear more!

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