Dorset Woman’S Travel Company Receives Ethical Award
For Immediate Release:
9 September 2014
Ben Williamson +44 (0) 20 7837 6327, ext 229; [email protected]
Veganbnb Travel’s Trips to Spain and Guatemala Offer Exciting Adventures for Vegans, Vegetarians and Health-Conscious Foodies
Dorset – In 2012, Emma Fry, opened a vegan bed and breakfast in Málaga, Spain – and it was a smashing success with travellers from around the world eager for vegan-friendly accommodations in the coastal city. Realising how much demand there was – not just in Europe but internationally – for vegan-friendly travel, Fry decided to create Veganbnb Travel, which now offers trips to Spain and Guatemala that focus on fitness, creative vegan cooking, organic farming and more.
For helping travellers and animals, PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat” – has presented Veganbnb Travel with a Compassionate Business Award.
“I couldn’t imagine a life without travel and came to realise that there were other people out there like myself – people who love to travel and explore, people who get excited at the idea of a kale bagel and green smoothie for breakfast, people who look behind the label and decide to live compassionately”, Fry says. “I want to help people by providing a unique service whilst sharing my knowledge and experience of Guatemala and Spain in a lovely vegan-friendly environment.”
“PETA frequently hears from travellers who want meals and experiences that are healthy, humane and ethical – and Veganbnb Travel is meeting that demand enthusiastically in both Spain and Central America”, says PETA Director Mimi Bekhechi. “Whether you’re a vegan or a health-conscious foodie, Veganbnb Travel’s trips make it easier than ever to go abroad happily and healthfully.”
Veganbnb Travel’s trips to Spain range from four days to 10 days and start at just £250. Travellers can enjoy fitness weekends, creative cooking weekends, coastline exploration trips and an urban adventure. The company’s trips to Guatemala allow travellers to experience delicious, local vegan cuisine. People can also visit an organic farm (and then take a cooking class and prepare the fresh ingredients that they purchased), explore a macadamia nut farm, hike up a volcano and more.