Although traveling can offer up a host of new experiences, it can sometimes seem tough to find places that provide plenty of vegan options. Have no fear; these are the most vegan-friendly countries in the world.
Ah, the United States – where would we be without your West Coast beaches and social media snaps of every superfood under the sun? The States are filled with every type of vegan option, including supermarkets, fancy restaurants, and simple cafes making it one of the most vegan-friendly countries in the world.
Salad and hummus are two staple parts of the diet in Jordan, and many of the meals are naturally vegan. The best bit? Many of the local tour operators will go out of their way to offer up vegan options for travelers as they often love to show off the local dishes on offer.
Budapest alone is filled with more than 20 vegan-friendly restaurants while the rest of the country is filled with many other vegan options. The local stores often have a vast selection of food while the street stalls will usually cater to anyone’s requirements.
Malaysia not only has a huge variety of cuisines on offer, but the majority of them are naturally vegan meaning there is less worry when ordering out at restaurants. The best bit? The majority of the hotels have vegan menus while local stores always have a fresh supply of products available to buy.
Germany was once thought to be one of the meat capitals of the world, but it seems as though times are changing in this eco-conscious country. Berlin is often referred to as the vegan capital of Europe thanks to the huge selection of shops, restaurant, and street stalls dotted throughout the city.
Israel is often considered to be one of the most vegan-friendly countries in the world. The majority of the menus are filled with falafels and hummus, but that’s not all. Huge names, such as Ben and Jerry’s and Dominos, offer vegan options that mean you can enjoy all the tastes of home while still staying vegan.
It seems as though traveling and sticking to our lifestyle no longer has to be as tough as we once thought thanks to the most vegan-friendly countries in the world.