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If you're the kind of person that gets excited by the mention of "scrambled tofu" then this one is for you. Over the last 13 years of travelling around the world I have had the delight of staying in some hotels and resorts that happily cater to vegans. These places have been a beacon of light when I’m travelling through some of the more remote locations in my never-ending travel bucket list.

With this list of vegan resorts and hotels, I hope to inspire you to get out there and explore this beautiful world of ours and not feel like you’re limited by your choice to be vegan. This guide provides you with a list of some of the best vegan resorts, hotels, and b&bs around the world, some are vegan-friendly and will happily provide you with vegan meals and some are 100% vegan.

Vegan Resorts and Hotels Around The World

Sandos Caracol Eco Resort (Mayan Riviera, Mexico)

I couldn’t start this round-up without introducing you to the only resort I know that has a vegan restaurant on-site. This resort is especially special to me because it’s where my little sister recently chose to get married. We’re both vegetarian and knew that we wanted our family to experience an eco-resort with real sustainable values while surrounded by nature, a beautiful beach and plenty of space to explore.

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Apoyo Lodge (Laguna De Apoyo, Nicaragua)

A health and wellness boutique hotel found on the shores of the magical waters in Laguna de Apoyo. Apoyo Lodge provides 100% organic plant based meals, yoga, dance and fitness classes, and lake and forest view cabins.

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For a more budget friendly, option check out this backpacker resort in Laguna De Apoyo nearby. 

Ylang Ylang Beach Resort (Montezuma, Costa Rica)

Ylang Ylang is the area's only resort right on the beach and they have a vegan and raw food menu at their on-site restaurant. Think white sand beach and lush gardens surrounding the property with the chance for spotting monkeys in the trees. A real gem for vegans and vegetarians in Costa Rica.

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Serenity Sands (Corozal, Belize)

If you're looking for something off the grid but still appreciate the allure of a resort then Serenity Sands in Belize is a great option. You'll feel at home on this small property and will be well looked after by your host, Penny. Best part is that breakfast is 100% vegan.

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The Stanford Inn by the Sea (California, USA)

A tranquil, private and sustainable inn on the pacific coast. The Stanford Inn offers canoeing, biking, and vegan cheesemaking classes in a beautiful respite on the sea. Pets are also welcome!

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Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve (Lake Atitlan, Guatemala)

Combine luxury and sustainability with a stay at Laguna Lodge. Located on the beautiful Lake Atitlan and accessible only by boat, you know you will have complete peace and quiet here. Lake Atitlan is also the most beautiful lake I have ever seen and is said to have magical properties by the alternative minded travelers that flock here. Check out my full review of the popular Indian's Nose hike where you can get a sunrise view of the whole lake.

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Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort (Nova Scotia, Canada)

Cabot Shores is a private sanctuary on 55-acres with stunning views. It offers a variety of comfy accommodation (chalets,, yurts, domes, tipi and a treehouse!) and an on-site bistro specialising in vegetarian fare using fresh, wild, and local ingredients. Cabot Shores is also pet friendly so you can bring your furry family member.

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Waterfall Villas Wellness Retreat (Dominical, Costa Rica)

A beautiful Balinese-style vegan paradise, Waterfall Villas is a huge advocate for vegan food in Costa Rica. The Waterfall Villas is also the perfect place to let your creative energy flow, with special workshops on topics such as Chinese Watercolor Painting, Astrology, Tai Chi, and Feng Shui. Dominical is a great spot to base yourself in Costa Rica because you have easy access to the stunning and remote Osa Peninsula.

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Raphael Hotel (Rome, Itlay)

You can find this classic hotel nearby the Pizza Navona in the heart of Rome. The vegetarian-friendly onsite restaurant has more vegetarian options than you could try during a week's stay and offers dining on a terrace with a view over the city.

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Please share your favourite vegan friendly hotels and resorts in the comments below. I would love to check out more and share with you as I travel.

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