That’s exactly where Green Earth Travel voyaged out to this past weekend when we visited one of the largest vegetarian festivals in North America. Vegetarian festivals are always a good place to find free samples that are not only tasty but healthy!
They are also a great place for spiritual renewal and learning. Throughout the festival, it’s likely you’ll run into famous quotes about how to treat each other as well as the planet.
This particular food festival also held meditation sessions in a “Learn how to Meditate” tent. They introduced Sant Ranjit Singh, known for not only being an expert in meditation but also a counselor for religious leaders across the world! It was an honor to hear his thoughts.
Festivals are friendly to families with children. Make sure to not miss the parade!
We also want to give a shout out to Veg Voyages! We have coordinated with these guys in the past to create custom trips with a local experience.
Green Earth Travel also visited one of NYC’s fun festivals: The Seed.
The Seed is recognized as an event for being an event for “the vegan-curious, vegan-skeptical, and vegan choir.”
It’s a friendly way to gain some insight into the vegan world. This event had a health conscious spin with strong focus on eating right and exercising.
Vendors also came out to endorse their artistic and informative endeavors like their documentary films and new health kicks.
We had some great times these past weekends. Keep your eye out for more Green Earth Travel
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Writer and Blogger Brittany Lucero studied both PR and Fine Art and graduated with honors at Reinhardt university. Upon completion of her certifications, and after saving funds earned from nanny and restaurant jobs, she took two months to travel Europe alone. Since then, Brittany has made her way to several countries, including Thailand, Iceland, Japan, and recently, Ireland. Through her experiences traveling, she discovered another passion of hers: whiskey-making. From the Bourbon Trail to Japan, she's explored this subject, and currently wears many hats in her role at a local, organic distillery in Chicago while still finding time to travel- of course.