VEGAN TRAVELLER GIFT GUIDE INFO!
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Satin lined winter beanies designed for the natural and curly hair communities. Stay warm backpacking or camping this winter without the furry, knotty, fuzzy hair. As someone who doesn’t like spending hours trying to get knots out my hair post hike, they’ve got my vote.
These boots have had excellent reviews for being fully waterproof and hard-wearing. Happy vegan hiking!
3: Nod Foods
I’m pretty excited about these oat milk coffee creamer products, could it be the answer to all my volcano hiking black coffee problems? If I ever live in a country with a functioning postal system and actually get to order some, I’ll let you know. In the meantime, I’ll be jealous (in a good way) that you might be able to try them first.
I’ve had this jacket for years and it’s the perfect mid-layer and Primaloft is one of the best alternatives to down, highly recommend gifting or buying this for your favourite vegan adventurer.
This could be a fun stocking filler around Christmas time or a fancy birthday present. I’ll have mine in colour option chili matte nickel, please.
Outdoor Herbivore has some great vegan backpacking meals options which are also great for general travel because vegan rule of travel numero uno; make sure you never end up in a linguistically dangerous location without vegan food.
Clean your hair, dishes, body, clothes, dog etc, you can literally use it for anything, the best all-round travel soap option, and vegan too, it’s a winner!
Whether you’re travelling to your local store, hitting some trails or coming to hike some volcanoes with me in Guatemala, help spread the message while you’re on the move and help raise funds for animal welfare organizations with a range of Vegan Traveller T-shirts & Tops.
Happy Carrot Skincare, the complete range of skincare superheroes is now available in mini size which means they are travel friendly, and let’s face it, who doesn’t love a set of tiny travel bottles!
Outdoor gear for adventure dogs – do I even need to say any more? If you or someone you care for has a furry friend they adventure with, Ruffwear is the place to go. Do you have a dog? No…you clicked on the link anyway didn’t you just to look at the cute dogs, I did the same, it’s okay.
Move over Waterstones (U.K.) and Barnes & Noble (USA) and let the almighty Stanfords come through! Maps, guidebooks, travel fiction, travel photography, travel special interest, if it’s about travel, Stanfords have got it. To my loved ones – please pop a (high value) Stanfords gift card under the tree this year, thanks.
12: Bamboo Base Layers⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Bamboo-based fibers are a good alternative to merino wool when it comes to outdoor gear, especially when it comes to base layers and underwear and bamboo is soooooo soft.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to planning a trip so if you feel you need help planning your next adventure or have some questions about any of the trips I run click on the graphic below and let’s chat!