Lonely Planet, one of the world’s largest travel guide book publishers, has come out with a plant-based travel guide called The Vegan Travel handbook.

The Vegan Travel Handbook is a useful guide for everyone, from staunch vegans to vegan-curious travellers.  The guide is filled with advice and insights on how to travel the world as a vegan and highlights how easy it is to be vegan, wherever your travels may take you. The book includes tips and recommendations on how to veganise all aspects of travel, from food to leisure and more.

“You can be vegan anywhere, and a growing number of people worldwide certainly are. It’s just a matter of a little extra preparation and a flexible attitude…Consider this book your primer for how to practice what you already do in your hometown, or on the global go,” Lonely Planet says.

The book lists down some of the world’s most vegan-friendly cities, including Ubud in Bali, Indonesia; Warsaw, Berlin and Tel Aviv. A vegan mock meat company in India GoodDot also has a mention for their vegan food truck GoodDo.

Original source: www.veganfirst.com