Going vegan is not only a compassionate gesture towards our furry friends and a huge step towards reducing your environmental ‘footprint’. There are also many health benefits you’ll likely notice after you make the switch to a vegan diet.
Fast-paced Mumbai is an influential hub for art, fashion and design and draws visitors with its fascinating mix of architectural styles, cutting-edge restaurant scene, and plethora of chic boutiques.
A 123-kilometre-long walking trail and cycling path that unites the three countries sharing the geographic peninsula of Istria, the Parenzana Trail is both a scenic treat and a trip back in time rolled into one.
International cities like London, New York and Berlin often make it to the top five in rankings of the most vegan-friendly cities. But there are other destinations that you may not have thought of that are also excellent choices for vegan travellers.
What's knobbly, smelly, grows 25 cm underground and is one of the most expensive foods in the world? The answer is white truffle. This highly-prized tuber grows in very few regions of Europe. One of these is Istria, a peninsula tucked in the Adriatic Sea and Croatia's westernmost region.
The Good Karma Meal is a compassionate gesture whose intention is quite simple: to provide “free vegan food to anyone who’s hungry.”
The high-end restaurant makes this a destination in itself, but the infinity pool, bucolic views and rooms with all the mod cons are reasons to stay.