Veggie Visa – Exploring a Vegan Planet
Veggie Visa’s mission is to discover vegan lifestyle options all over the planet. Whether it be a delicious restaurants to dine at, great places to shop, vegan recipes, or health and wellness information, the site is devoted to traveling the globe to bring you great vegan resources, tips, and stories.
Who is Veggie Visa?
Randi is a vegan and co-creator of the travel site Just a Pack. She is on a multi-year, round the world journey exploring various cultures as a vegan and sharing the lifestyle as she goes.
Randi is a wanderer. She has moved over 20 times in her life and aspires to never have a mortgage or own anything she can’t replace for under $100. She loves to cook and is happiest when laying on a beach in a foreign country.
By some stroke of good luck Randi has had her written work featured in publications like The Huffington Post and Marie Claire. She also has a background in marketing, studied culinary arts, and is a Certified Health Coach.
Michael, co-Creator, Photographer, and Editor
Michael is the co-creator of travel website Just a Pack. He started backpacking five years ago, and has thought of doing little else since. He’s spent months in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. One day he hopes to explore Saturn…but only if he can bring his backpack.
A big fat, huge thank you for visiting Veggie Visa, especially if you aren’t vegan! Please don’t let the V-word scare you. I’ll explain exactly what it means. Vegans don’t belong to a cult and we’re not out to convert everyone we meet. Being a vegan simply means that a person has chosen not to eat or use animal products. That’s it, nothing more. It might sound boring or difficult but I guarantee it’s neither. The best food I’ve had around the world (and I’ve been to a lot of places) is vegan and I’ve never had to resort to breaking my diet to survive.