Podcast: Our Top 10 Gay Travel Experiences In Scandinavia

Gay travel bloggers, Karl and Daan (Couple of Men), share a romantic moment in Stockholm, Sweden.

From an evening reliving the delightful ditties by Swedish supergroup Abba, to a Helsinki walking tour highlighting the girthy portraits by queer artist Tom of Finland, we count down our top 10 experiences in Scandinavia. Joining us in the studio are the bearded boys behind the gay travel blog, Couple of Men.

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FAQs: Travel To Cuba Restrictions

A bubblegum pink vintage car is parked on a side street in Havana, Cuba. The Cuban flag is flying behind it.

Dear American Travellers, if you’re interested in experiencing the charm and character of Cuba with the gay travel experts at Out Adventures, your chance to visit the island nation may be slipping away. On April 17th, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton announced new economic pressures on Cuba in an attempt to stop the country from aiding the oppressive Venezuelan government. Among the economic pressures is Cuba travel restrictions for Americans that he referred to as “veiled tourism”.

Read on for a quick breakdown of what these measures entail and how you can still book a trip to Cuba.

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A Big Day At The Elephant Sanctuary

A group of gay travellers volunteer at the Chiang Mai Elephant Jungle Sanctuary.

by Lino DiNallo

Until my first Out Adventure to Thailand, I underestimated what a visit to the elephant sanctuary entailed. Before then, it was just a line item in our itinerary. After that day, however, I was a changed man. I bonded with these magnificent beasts and felt like the Jane Goodall of Elephas maximus – a patron of trunks if you will. Read on to learn about our beautiful day together.

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Podcast: Why Yoga Is Great For Gay Travellers… And Other Wellness Tips

A gay male yogi sits on a beach with crossed legs looking out over the water.

Wake up your chakras with guest host Adam Bolton, Co-Founder of Men’s Retreats and a long-time friend of Out Adventures. The dapper yogi discusses the importance of yoga within the gay community before dishing his best wellness travel tips for today’s LGBT jetsetter.

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What To Pack For Our Norway: Gay Mystery Expedition

A bird's-eye view of a map and some of the items gay travellers will need to pack for Norway.

Packing for Norway is difficult enough. Never mind packing for a Norwegian gay escape where the operators refuse to tell you what you’ll be doing or where you’ll be going. #sorrynotsorry

To help prepare for the world’s first gay mystery expedition, please find a thorough packing list below with some helpful tips and tricks.

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Get To Know Rodrigo, Our Local Gay Azores Guide

A young gay tour guide takes a selfie high above Sete Cidades.

Rodrigo Viveiros is the local Azorian charged with guiding us hearty homos around the stunning Atlantic archipelago. While he is gay himself, he’s never actually lead a gay tour before. Naturally, our Marketing Specialist Carl – who will personally be hosting our 2019 gay Azores expedition – felt it necessary to hop on the phone with Rodrigo and gauge how ready he is for our motley crew.

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5 Airport Renovations To Work Your Runway

An interior mockup of "Jewel", Changi's proposed renovation. The picture clearly shows a glass bio-dome featuring lush plants and a waterfall vortex in the centre.

A couple of years ago  we wrote an article  about some sexy airports in the works and it became one of our most popular blog posts ever. Sadly, the airport renovation that inspired it all – Mexico City – was soon after scrapped by public vote. However, the world keeps turning, the planes keep landing, and the airport renovations keep on coming. Here are five cunning contenders for your next layover. 💅🏽

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7 Experiences In Siem Reap That Aren’t Angkor

A group of Phare Cambodian Circus performers demonstrate an elaborate tableux with bamboo, fire and contortion.

Everyone from Lonely Planet to Condé Nast Traveler has referred to Siem Reap as ‘The Gateway to Angkor’. And while the moniker isn’t wrong – over 2 million annual visitors pass through Siem Reap city en route to angelic Angkor – it has become a spectacular destination in and of itself.

Here are 7 experiences beyond Angkor gay travellers shouldn’t overlook in Siem Reap.

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