Stays that Slay: Cuba

It’s especially important that we support our brothers and sisters while visiting Cuba, so OUT Adventures has chosen to stay, eat, and spend our money with locals, instead of at government-run properties (which even includes the major international chain hotels).

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Getting to Cuba from America

Since President Donald Trump’s Cuba sanctions speech on June 16, 2017, American travel to Cuba has become stricter. Gone are the brief days of the Obama administration’s relaxed laws regarding American-Cuban travel. Read our FAQs on the recent changes implemented since Trump’s speech.

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People-to-People Tours with an LGBT Twist!

If Americans want to visit Cuba, it can’t technically be for traditional tourism purposes: it must be an educational ‘people-to-people’ tour, and we’ve been offering this journey for years. More importantly, we’ve worked extremely hard to improve our itinerary with LGBT activities, exchanges with real Cuban locals, and destinations worth experiencing. You won’t find another tour like ours!

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Sea Kayaking Phang Nga Bay

For our final day of the Thailand Temples and Beaches Tour, we’ll escape the hustle and bustle of Patong Beach to explore the caves of Phang Nga Bay by sea kayak. No experience is necessary, as you’ll be captained by an expert local. This is a day-long affair that gets back after sunset!

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Stays that Slay: Thailand

SO Sofitel BangkokOur Thailand Temples and Beaches Tour is renowned for overwhelming the senses: the sights, sounds, smells, colours and flavours will make you feel alive. But all that invigoration also warrants a wonderful retreat to recuperate for the next round. So here’s a sneak peek at where we’ll slumber during our adventure…

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