Allergy friendly vacationing?

  1. Hey y'all.
  2. I need help.
  3. I'm nursing my daughter, who has a condition called allergic proctocolitis. She reacts to dairy, soy, rice, tomato, and pepper.
    Ridiculous, I know.
  4. I want to take a vacation in August for about a week and have no idea where we can go and safely eat but also enjoy ourselves.
  5. We have been trapped at home for essentially the last seven months because every time we tried to eat out somewhere, we regretted it.
  6. Any ideas on where we can go for an allergy friendly family vacation?
    I know Disney can be accommodating, but we would like to go somewhere else.
  7. California, especially certain areas, is extremely tolerant and accommodating to food restrictions. Come visit us!
    I'd almost bet you could find a restaurant that specifically catered to your little one's needs!
    Suggested by   @Dashelamet
  8. (Cont.) have made the fewest errors and are still fun for all ages. You contact the head waiter in the dining room the first night and they will provide your next days menus. You choose tomorrow's meals and they have them ready for you. Cruises have something for everyone and you can eat most meals on board and still leave the ship for tours🤞🏼🍀
    Suggested by   @Heartsounds
  9. I have Celiac disease (no gluten from rye or wheat) and I am allergic to shellfish, tomatoes, bananas, apples, and strawberries. I love to go on cruises because they are usually very careful about food allergies yet still provide you with delicious and beautiful food. I recommend Princess (over Oceania, Norwegian, and Carnival) because they (cont.)
    Suggested by   @Heartsounds
  10. I would suggest just staying in an airbnb wherever you go so you can cook your own food! Not as fun, but cost effective for sure
    Suggested by   @daisy