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Vegan Travel Bloggers ‘Mindful Wanderlust’ Find a Gem in Cancun

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Vegan activist couple, travel bloggers, and overall adorable people Giselle and Cody know an awesome destination when they find one. On their blog, Mindful Wanderlust, they document all of the adventures they get into and dish on the best corners of the world to check out, all through a vegan and sustainable lens. This week, they shared a video from Tierra de Animales Sanctuary, which is located just outside of Cancun, Mexico.

It’s a sanctuary that is not to be missed. They commented on how the sanctuary isn’t overpopulated or treated like a petting-zoo, and founder Ricardo Cordero is serious about giving the animal residents time to themselves.

Check out their new video and write-up!

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