Welcome to Veggie Vagabonds!
The Home of Ethical Adventures
We’re Josh and Sarah, two outdoor-loving tree-hugging vegans, creators of this blog and experts in ethical adventures.
Veggie Vagabonds is a one-stop shop for the outdoor-obsessed, the vegan trailblazers and the nature lovers of the world!
In honesty, we’re completely obsessed with the natural world and believe outdoor pursuits are the best way to embrace it. This site is all about helping people do that in a low-impact, ethical way.
Learn a bit more about us and Veggie Vagabonds here or start planning your own ethical adventures with the resources below.
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At Veggie Vagabonds, we’re pretty partial to a challenge or two. Particularly if it can raise some money or awareness for something that’s close to our hearts!
Right now we’re training for our Ride for the Wild challenge: a first-time attempt to cycle more than 2,000 miles to every UK national park in 30 days. It’s going to be brutal but it’s all for a damn important cause!
To the Challenge Basecamp!
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The ultimate guide to vegan cycle touring food with recipe ideas, staples to take and tips to help you make the most of your trip.
Some details and progress for our coming charity cycling challenge! Man, September seems to be creeping up on us horrifyingly quickly. Since we first announced our Ride for the Wild challenge, we’ve had plenty more time to train, plan and prepare. So now I thought it would be cool to
Finding vegan food on the road can be a bit of a conundrum. These tips will help to make the whole process a little easier, so you can tuck in and focus on the adventure on hand.
We got our hands on the Vango F10 Project Hydrogen, one of the lightest double-walled camping tents around! Long ago are the days when outdoor trips entailed lugging along with crazy kilos of gear. Nowadays, it’s all about going light. And for good reason, it is much easier and more
Trips have a habit of going wrong every now and again. That’s what makes them an adventure. Sometimes it’s down to lack of planning, the wrong equipment or poor decisions. And quite often, it’s completely out of your hands. We’ve had heaps of successful challenges and accomplishments but we’ve also