Inspiring Change Through Ethical Adventures!
Hey! We’re Josh and Sarah, two self-confessed outdoor-loving, tree-hugging hippies and proud parents of this here website. Veggie Vagabonds is the home of ethical adventures: a one-stop-shop for outdoor explorers, vegan wanderers and nature lovers.
We’re here to help you turn life into one big ethical adventure – you won’t regret it!
You’ll find all the tools and inspiration you need to embrace the great outdoors, make your adventures vegan and keep ’em green, no matter your location or experience.
In 2017 we committed to stop flying, then quit our jobs and began a plant-powered cycling expedition to discover the natural wonders around the world. This crazy ride is being done to show you can explore in a sustainable way and to help YOU create your own ethical escapades.
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All the info you need to pick the perfect pair of vegan hiking boots for your adventures! Whether they’re for hiking, backpacking, camping or just general exploring, hiking boots are often the most important piece of outdoors gear on your packing list and a seriously worthwhile investment. Fortunately, for us ethical adventurers, it’s frickin’ … Read More
Cycling the Hebridean Way truly is the experience of a lifetime, this guide explains exactly how you can do it yourself! Hiding in one of the farthest corners of Scotland are the Outer Hebrides, also known as the Western Islands, an archipelago consisting of 15 inhabited islands and hundreds of small islets and skerries. … Read More
A complete guide to snowshoeing in Chamonix, the winter wonderland of the French Alps and home to Mont Blanc! Chamonix may be famous for the Tour du Mont Blanc and abundance of ski slopes but it’s snowshoeing that really allows you to explore untouched snowy landscapes with awe-inspiring views. It’s the chance to feel … Read More
We sat down to chat with Sean Conway, the multiple world record holder, ultra-endurance athlete and groundbreaking adventurer to talk about training, misadventures and meditation – prepare to get inspired! Around 2013 we first read about Sean Conway, when he became the first person in history to swim the 900-mile length of Britain. With … Read More
11 of the best Peak District walks, plus all the information you need on how to get there, where to stay and what to take! The Peak District, located in northern England, is the green heart of the UK. Known for its rolling hills, meandering valleys and rugged Peaks, this landscape is steeped in … Read More
Finding the right accommodation in France can be quite complicated – it’s a BIG country with many options – this article covers all the ins and outs so you can find the right thing for your adventure! France is one of the most visited destinations in the world and it’s not surprising why. We … Read More
Five of the most stunning Acadia National Park hiking options plus all the info you need to explore them – get your pack ready! Acadia National Park in Maine, also called the Crown Jewel of the North Atlantic Coast, is a dream destination for hikers. One of the most visited parks in America, it’s … Read More
The Ben Nevis walk is one of the most iconic in Scotland and a hiking trail you’d be crazy to miss! Ben Nevis is the tallest peak in the UK, attracting hikers from all over the globe. It’s easy to see why, with stunning views extending out for miles, on a clear day you … Read More
Looking for eco-friendly gifts that will keep the adventurers in your life happy and the environment too? Whether it’s for holidays or birthdays, rewards or celebrations, everyone loves receiving gifts and most of us love giving them too. And, us adventurers are some of the easiest recipients you’ll find. If you’re an outdoors lover, … Read More
Eco camping tips to make your next trip an ethical adventure Cooking up a warming feast on the fire, feeling the heat of the flames on your face and hands as you listen to the embers crackle under the twilight sky. Then, with a full belly, zipping up your sleeping bag as you nestle … Read More