The Home of 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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Are ethical adventures really so important? Life is best when you embrace your surroundings and turn it into an adventure. Even better than that, an ethical adventure. Fill your days with as many new experiences as possible in the natural world, all the while you can fall for a new hobby, become part … Read More
Swiss National Park in the eastern corner of Switzerland is a melting pot of nature, wildlife and, most excitingly, hiking trails – here are 5 options you shouldn’t miss! The Swiss National Park, locally known as Parc Naziunal Svizzera, is an often missed yet stunning corner of Switzerland that I highly recommend to … Read More
We put a Men’s North Face Thermoball Hoodie to the test – these are the results after 9 months! At Veggie Vagabonds we always recommend prioritising three pieces of outdoors gear: shoes, a waterproof and a good insulated jacket. No matter your outdoor persuasion, these are three things that are invaluable, will keep you … Read More
This vegan flapjack recipe is insanely delicious, super simple and the perfect munch for your next adventure Clambering up mountain peaks? Putting the pedal to the metal? Spending a night under the stars? Whatever you may be doing, having the right fuel for you adventure is crucial and will keep you in tip-top shape … Read More
Simple hiking tips that make a big difference. After this, you just need to think about right, left, right, left… Hiking is, quite simply, one of the best things in the world. It’s the ultimate form of exercise that is practically available to everyone; be it the elderly, couples, individuals, the fit, unfit and … Read More
Planning to spend the day on the trail but not sure what to take? This guide has everything you need to know so you can pack for a day hike like a pro! Day hiking gives you the best of both worlds. Experience all the awesomeness of the outdoors in a day, without worrying … Read More
A complete guide to the Sous Dine hike, French Alps with all the information you need to prepare for the trail The Sous Dine Hike is the perfect outdoors day trip close to Geneva with stunning views as you summit. The hike is upper-intermediate difficulty, with a few exposed sections that require some climbing … Read More
Bike touring gives you complete freedom to immerse yourself in your surroundings, experience a culture change and truly explore The chance to explore with your senses, following your feet with complete freedom. Sounds like a real adventure right? Bike touring gives you complete autonomy over where you travel and for how long. Fancy a … Read More
Protect yourself from the cold with these cruelty-free vegan and synthetic insulated jackets, plus a buying guide to help you pick the perfect one for you! Find the right insulated jacket and you’ll likely become inseparable. They’re the perfect outer layer to keep you feeling warm with minimal weight and to protect you from … Read More
Vegan tofu scramble is the perfect camp stove breakfast for avid adventurers As a kid I have fond memories of camping and the first feeling of being far from home, immersed in the great outdoors. Sure, at the time my dad was just taking us to the closest coastal towns and national parks … Read More