Have you ever felt like going on vacation and being able to eat vegan food without any worries? Sounds good right? One problem, most resorts or lodges aren’t vegan friendly. That means that you still have the problem of always worrying about whether the food you are eating contains animal products. That is until now. I have created a list of resorts and lodges around the world that are either 100% vegan or always have vegan friendly options available.
What are they?
Dominican Tree House Village is an all inclusive resort within the island of the Dominican Republic. They have a few different package options to choose from depending on how “all inclusive” you want it to be. It’s not a 100% vegan resort, but they cater to vegans. You just have to let them know and they will take care of you.
What’s included in the “all inclusive“?
According to their website:
All Meals + Alcohol + Airport Transfer + Tours + Massage
See for yourself if this is the vacay made just for you.
Welcome to paradise! Laguna Lodge is located in Guatemala on the lakeshore of Lake Atitlan. This beautiful excluded Mayan lodge is 100% vegetarian with many vegan options to choose from. Breakfast is complimentary and is all fresh local cuisine. With scenic views of the lake and volcanoes, what better way to enjoy your vacation?
Located on 280 acres in the cloud forest within Costa Rica, Lands in Love Hotel & Resort is a vegan friendly resort where you can relax and enjoy nature. Providing a vegan continental breakfast, it’s the perfect place to take it easy.
If you are looking for a quaint and exclusive retreat, then this might be the place for you. Located on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, the Olive Tree Sanctuary is a 100% vegan retreat that includes a garden, yoga and holistic therapy.
According to their website:
5/7 Nights full board
Morning and sunset yoga
Sunrise meditations (by request)
Three Vegan meals a day, including healthy vegan snacks, water, herbal teas, fresh fruit juices (with meals) and local vegan wines (with dinner)
All Yoga equipment
Complimentary branded tote bag
Complimentary diary to record your journey
Complimentary session of Reiki
What do you think? Is the Olive Tree Sanctuary the place for you?
Apoyo Lodge is a 100% vegan boutique hotel & yoga retreat in Nicaragua. Wake up to complimentary yoga every morning and escape the city feel with the relaxing atmosphere.Never worry about what the ingredients are in the dishes served, because each and every meal is vegan, local and fresh. Breakfast is complimentary. What more is there?
Located in Surat Thani, Thailand, Wonderland Healing Center is not only a yoga retreat, but a resort that has a 100% vegan cuisine. Check it out!
Finca De Vida is located in the beautiful country of Costa Rica. The retreat is all about healing the body and mind. They provide vegan meals that come from fresh, organic, local and seasonal produce. Finca De Vida (Farm of Life) also provides health coaching, yoga and eco-tours.
The Stanford Inn by the Sea is a gorgeous vegan resort that is located in northern California. Not only is it pet friendly, but there are plenty of outdoor activities so you can enjoy nature to its fullest.
Whether you are looking for a place to surf, scuba dive, take yoga classes or just relax, Anamaya Resort may be just the place for you. Located in Costa Rica, the resort caters to vegans while having breathtaking ocean views right from your room.
If you are looking for a vacation in the middle of the beautiful country of Italy, look no farther than Tuscany Villa Resort. Relax in paradise! The vegan resort helps pay for a local vegan animal sanctuary. The only food cooked for guest is 100% vegan. Sounds dreamy, am I right? Book your stay today!
Do any of these vegan friendly resorts and lodges interest you? Even though all of them are in different areas of the world, they all have one common goal and that is to help make vacation more enjoyable for vegans like you and I. Hope this list helps and as I find more vegan friendly lodges & resorts, I’ll be sure to update the list.
Do you know of any other vegan friendly resorts or lodges? If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comments.