You could call the Holistic Holiday at Sea a “voyage to well-being.” The 10-night vegan cruise will set sail from Miami, and include keynote speakers, panel discussions, and feature fitness, yoga, and cooking classes (in addition to exploring the Caribbean!). You can also sign up to receive individual consultations from some of the speakers.
We’re happy to announce that PETA President Ingrid Newkirk is one of these esteemed keynote speakers. Her lecture will address animals in the circus, fur, and meat industries and how society is coming to grips with the animal rights movement. The lecture is summarized here.
If you mention “PETA” or “Ingrid Newkirk” when booking your cruise, you’ll receive a $50 onboard credit. PETA will earn a $100 donation, to boot.
Would you like to discover your “kindness potential” and see how easy it is to make a difference in the animals’ world through simple choices that we make every single day? Come, learn something new, laugh a little, take a peek behind the scenes in the animal industry, and look back in history to see how the changes of the past can help us understand and win today’s challenges in the animal-protection movement.
Aboard the MSC Divina, the world’s premier Italian luxury liner, this special 15th-anniversary cruise will sail to ports including Martinique; St. Kitts and Nevis; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and Freeport, Bahamas.
Even if your next cruise isn’t 100 percent vegan, most cruise-line chefs are happy to offer animal-friendly fare if you request it in advance. Be sure to take your favorite cruelty-free toiletries, as well, and you’ll be cruising in style.
Did you recently travel to the Caribbean and are now looking for a different destination? (Good problem to have!) Check out these other vegan-friendly travel destinations and websites to help plan your animal-friendly trip.