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On today’s episode,I’m talking to Anna from the vegan travel blog called My Travel Scrapbook where she reviews vegan travel gear and has a lot of vegan destination guides. British based traveller Anna tells us about the pros and cons of different types of accommodation but of course from a vegan perspective. We discuss vegan accommodation options. Airbnbs, hotels, pet sitting and so much more.
One of the most interesting parts of the podcast in my opinion was talking about Airbnbs and how problematic it can be in certain cities and what you can do to mitigate the risk. So, have you considered vegan accommodation or non-vegan accommodation? What was your favourite? Let us know in the comments!
So, I recorded this episode with Anna several months ago pre-COVID19 where I discussed my excitement about my upcoming trip to Italy to learn Italian. Obviously, I’m not going now but hopefully I will one day!
6:40 - Staying as a vegan in a non-hotel
12:30 - Hostels
15:50 - Airbnbs
21:00 - House and pet sitting
23:50 - All Inclusive accommodations
26:50 - Bed and Breakfasts vegan!
29:00 - All vegan hotels
Learn more about what we talk about
More information on booking accommodation as a vegan
Traveling with Airbnb responsibly
Agrivilla I Pini - Luxury vegan hotel in Italy
Anna’s Favourite Accommodation
Ethical All inclusive resort travel
BBC report on over tourism
Scottish Vegan Hotel
Other World Vegan Travel content connected with this episode
# 15 | Brighde's Crazy Travel: Impact of COVID19
#5 | Pet sitting to travel the world | The Alternative Travelers
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The World Vegan Travel Podcast host, Brighde Reed, has been living overseas since the age of 18, has lead tours on 3 continents and is now the co-founder of luxury vegan group tour operator World Vegan Travel. Join her has she talks to regular travelers as well as experts in the industry.
Our team of travel experts and local guides work hard to create one-of-a-kind travel experiences that showcase each country's culture, people and geography, while being specifically catered to the needs and interest of vegans and vegan-friendly travelers.