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Eating Vegan in South America

By Healthytravelblog @healthytravel1

Eating Vegan in South AmericaVolunteer Latin America recently shared this information on eating vegan in South America.
(For more information or to view the complete post, visit their website Volunteer Latin America.)

Though the prospect of finding vegan food in South America can be daunting, the experience is definitely worth it. Make a list of all the vegan or vegetarian restaurants you found on Happy Cow, TripAdvisor, or elsewhere, and pack it in your luggage. Below you’ll find some great South American vegan restaurants to start your list. If you find yourself in an omnivore restaurant, it’s important to be careful when ordering and vegan travelers should make every effort to be prepared. Making a set of vegan translation cards is a good idea if you have a low level of Spanish and/or Portuguese, or don’t have a vegan passport. Though finding food can be a struggle outside of vegan, vegan friendly-only restaurants, it isn’t impossible.

Top Vegan Restaurants in South America:

Arte Sano (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Bio (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Buenos Aires Verde (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Casa Felix (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Kensho (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Verdellama (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Verde Gourmet (Colon, Argentina)

Azahares (Mendoza, Argentina)

Entre Indyas (Salta, Argentina)

Namaste (La Paz, Bolivia)

Cada Dia (Santa Cruz, Bolivia)

Bonobo (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

Refeitorio Organico (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)

Vegan Vegan (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

El Huerto (Santiago, Chile)

Mug Cafe (Santiago, Chile)

Epif Cafe Vegetariano (Valparaiso, Chile)

Ramy (Barranquilla, Colombia)

Imaymana (Bogota, Colombia)

La Esquina Vegetariana (Bogota, Colombia)

Restaurante Manantial (Quito, Ecuador)

AlmaZen (Lima, Peru)

El Gourmet Vegetariano (Caracas, Venezuela)

Courtesy of Stephen Knight, Volunteer Latin America.

Photo by 10b travelling.

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