- International guests, enterpreneurs and participants share an ecological ideology and seek to generate awareness in heatlh and nutrition.
- This event, which reaches its sixth edition, is designed for everyone, not only for vegans. Another of its objectives is to promote sustainable tourism.
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Friday, January 26, 2018. With the purpose of promoting and sharing an ecological ideology, the sixth edition of Tulum Veg Fest starts today in the most beautiful beach of the Mexican Caribbean.
Delicious gastronomic delicacies, culture, activities, international guests, music, workshops, sea, jungle and the best locations is what the audience can enjoy within the framework of this sixth Tulum Veg Fest, which will bring together the vegan, vegetarian and all those who want to learn a little more about this lifestyle.
“Tulum Veg Fest is designed for everyone, it is a totally family-friendly and inclusive event not only for vegans, it also wants to promote sustainable tourism,” said Olivia Martínez Jiménez, founder of the festival.
At a press conference held at the Dreams Tulum, Resort & Spa hotel, and with the presence of Antonio Franyuti, President of Animal Heroes, conductor Marco Antonio Regil, Yovana Mendoza “Rowvana”, Health coach, singer and dancer Daniella Monet, as well as chef Miguel Bautista, Martínez Jiménez gave details of the program that makes up this edition.
The event has a program that addresses different perspectives with experts in the field such as celebrities, athletes, doctors, chefs and exhibitors of products and services, such as TV show host Claudia Lizaldi, Chef and Yogi, Karina Velasco, the health and nutrition expert Eddie Garza, just to name a few.
Marco Antonio Regil, who also serves as ambassador of Tulum Veg Fest, said that reaching the sixth edition of the festival -with two events per year- shows that more and more people are interested in taking care of their health as well as in the preservation of animals and the environment, a proof of this is the increase of visitors in each edition as well as the support of different personalities.
“I love the Tulum Veg Fest because it is a space where people from all over the Mexican Republic, Southamerica and the United States come together in community and learn together about this lifestyle based on plants, about love to all living beings, love to our planet. This is a great festival, it is the most important vegan event in Mexico, it is a feast where a change of life is proposed to all attendants,” said the TV show host.
It should be noted that several environmentally responsible companies and worldwide recognized organizations such as PETA and Animal Heroes have joined this project.
“The promotion of a healthy lifestyle is a way to improve our lives, change our habits regarding the environment, you become more aware on what you should eat, what you should drink and what kind of clothes you should wear, by making yourself vegan you become aware of what you consume”, said a Tulum Vegan Fest spokesperson.
To know more about the speakers and the cost of tickets, as well as details about the Tulum Vegan Fest, go to the following website:
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