Every now and then, someone in our travel group on Facebook asks for warm holiday destinations for the winter. Because while temperatures in Central Europe have already dropped to single-digit levels, elsewhere in the world it is still comfortably warm and the days are noticeably longer. And you don’t even have to travel far away – there are so many sun paradises awaiting you right around the corner! We’ll reveal our favorite winter destinations within and outside Europe. Continue reading “Where to go in Winter? 13 Sunny Destinations for Cold Days”
The Canary Islands, also known as the Islands of Eternal Spring due to their year-round mild climate, are among the most popular holiday destinations in the world. However, apart from the weather and their volcanic origin, they have little in common, because each of them has its own charm. As much as the islands differ from one another, the more diversified is it to visit them all. For those who don’t have that much time, here’s a comparison. Continue reading “Canaries Guide: Which Canary Island is the Best?”
The third largest island in the Canary Islands, after Tenerife and Fuerteventura, is also known as “miniature continent” due to its climatic, geographic, floristic and faunistic diversity. After all, there are 14 microclimates on the nearly circular island of volcanic origin with a diameter of about 50 kilometers. But not only the weather is different from north to south, also the culture, the people, the landscape as well as the architectural picture. Here you will learn what you should not miss on Gran Canaria. Continue reading “Gran Canaria: Miniature Continent”
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
What language do they speak in Tunisia? In which currency do you pay? How do I get from A to B? And: Do I actually need a visa? These are questions that some probably ask before a trip to the northernmost country in Africa. We’ll answer them.
Continue reading “Tunisia: General Information & Tips”
Everything you need to know
You are planning a trip to Egypt or you are already there? Well, there are some things you should know. We’ll answer all your questions from “Do I need a visa?” and “What should I watch out for?” to “How do I get mobile internet?” and give you additional tips based on the experiences we’ve gained in 9 weeks of backpacking through the land of the Pharaohs. Continue reading “Egypt: General Information & Tips”
Whether by thumb, microbus, ferry, train, bike, bus, taxi, on foot, in a convoy, tuk-tuk, tram, metro, cruise ship, felucca or plane: You can travel and discover Egypt in many ways. Most are actually used by locals as well, only a few are made exclusively for tourists. Therefore, you can easily save a lot of money here – provided you don’t get ripped off. How you can do that and why it is still worthwhile to try as many different means of transport as possible, you will learn here. Continue reading “Getting Around in Egypt”
In addition to our international Facebook group vegan reisen | vegan traveling, which explores vegan food options and insider tips, we have now created an additional group for vegan travelers due to the high demand: VEGAN travel buddies | Reisepartner*innen | compañeros de viaje.
If you're looking for vegan travel buddies, feel free to join our newly formed group!Wenn ihr vegane…
As you already learned in the last article, you should rather book your ticket on time, so that you don’t have to wait for three weeks like us for the next available space. Now we’ll also tell you our personal travel tips as well, specifically referring to ferry trips with ARMAS. Continue reading “15 Travel Hacks for the ARMAS Ferry”
After leaving the Algarve and so also Portugal behind us, we were still far away from our next destination – more precisely: very far, even more than 1000 kilometers. Because after that, we already headed our overwintering destination for the turn of the year 2017/2018: the Canaries! However, it was not that easy to get there. Continue reading “Waiting for the Ferry”
Since you now already know where to eat in Lisbon, how to get around and which places to visit, you are certainly also interested in where you can sleep conveniently. And cook. And jump into the pool. Yes, you read correctly: There are actually low-budget hostels with a pool! Where? You’ll find out here. Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 4: Sleep”