Your vacation isn’t just any old trip. It’s your escape from the hair-tearing moments of your everyday life.
It’s your time to do you (not in a dirty way) - your time to attend to your own wants and desires - and not your energy-sucking vampire boss’s or anyone else’s.
You deserve to sip pomegranate mojitos on the boardwalk with the girls Or to tear off your partner’s clothes under the stars on a moon-swept patch of sand, Not worry about whether you’ll have to contend with a waiter who thinks trout is some sort of vegetable grown in the sea right next to kelp.
Want a stress-free, meat-free vacation?
The Essential Vegan Travel Guide will teach you how to find vegan food anywhere - from Tacoma to Timbuktu, so you can stop wasting your precious time off, and start enjoying it (with delicious vegan food, to boot). No more picking pepperoni off your pizza.
About the author Caitlin Galer-Unti is a vegan food and travel writer currently living in Barcelona, Spain. She's traveled to 29 countries (and counting) and blogs about the vegan food she finds around the world at theveganword.com, which has been featured on The New York Times and Yahoo!. The Essential Vegan Travel Guide is her first book.
Praise for the book "Caitlin's travel guide is a must-have addition to any vegan's suitcase. Whether you're taking your first trip abroad as a vegan, or you're an old hand at plant-based travel, Caitlin has a wealth of tips and tricks to make your travel easier, tastier, and more fun - all written in her trademark engaging style." — Flicking the Vs (flickingthevs.blogspot.com)
"Caitlin’s book features amazing vegan travel and dining tips along with stories that I can relate to. I constantly feel as though what she is writing depicts my own personal journeys. Traveling and living abroad as a vegan can have its challenges but is a truly rewarding adventure!" — Vegan Miam (veganmiam.com)
"This guide will prove really useful for travelers, and I learned things along the way too about making my own maps and using sites like Doodle that I didn't know about. The guide is really thorough, and covers all of the small and large obstacles a vegan traveler might encounter." - Cadry Nelson (cadryskitchen.com)
"The guide told me lots of things I didn’t know despite 20+ years of travel as a vegan. The book was also an enjoyable read, with stories of Caitlin's personal travel experiences." - Alison Classe