2018 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Out Adventures with gay tours booked on nearly every continent. But the trip we’re most excited about is our Big Gay Canadian Cottage Getaway.
This will be the very first time the Out Adventures family shows off its home and native land! We’ll tour up to 50 gays around Toronto before spending nearly a week at gay-owned Northridge Inn and Resort in Muskoka, Ontario aka The Hamptons of the North.
Note: Torontonians who want to join us in Muskoka, but forgo the Toronto portion of the tour receive a $700 discount. Also, if you have your own wheels to and from Northridge, you’ll receive a further $100 off.
Our digital marketing coordinator Carl Hiehn, embraced the rhythm of Cuba last week with a great group of guys on Out Adventures’ Cultural Cuba tour. Get a feel for the island-nation by streaming his video above and then head to our website for more information about upcoming tours.
This past summer Out Adventures veered into Slovenia, and brought Lino DiNallo – our insufferable writer – along for the ride. For better or worse, we’ve let him paint tableaus of his own time in the motherland of America’s Third First Lady.
We’re best known for ambitious and luxurious adventures that are low-key and perhaps intellectual. But sometimes even we want to blow our hair back. That’s why we’re sending an Out Adventures delegation to TropOut next spring. Taking place on Phuket, Thailand’s island of iniquity, this is one party week you should consider for your calendar.
Iceland’s climate is full of extremes, which is why I personally love its slogan The Land of Fire and Ice. The name speaks to the obvious of course; there are over 130 active volcanoes, and over 11% of the country is covered by glaciers.
Below are a few practical items you’ll need to be resilient and comfortable for Out Adventures’ Iceland Winter Weekend.
Quick: what’s the connection between the world’s tallest indoor slide, a Bavarian brewery, the Christkindl market, Korean Joseon theatre performances and an 18-hole golf course?! They’re all amenities in the world’s best airports for a layover, of course.
Let me begin with the big news: we’re going to Antarctica! Departing in January, 2019, it’s an Official 10-Year Anniversary Adventure. This series of flagship trips celebrates what we love most about Out Adventures – in the case of Antarctica, it inspired our company. But it was also my point of no return.
It’s come to Out Adventures’ attention Food Network stars are opening restaurants in every airport from LAX to DXB. How or why the trend began is neither here nor there as we’re just happy to toss aside McD’s fish fillet for Cat Cora’s catch-of-the-day cod crudo down by Gate B23. We’ll gladly say goodbye to Subway’s steak and cheese footlong, and hello to Gordon Ramsay’s 48-day dry aged rib eye just left of Duty Free.
Scroll down for five celebrity chef’s who’ve opened restaurants in airports around the globe.
The Land of Fire and Ice has been shaped by centuries of glacial movement and volcanic eruption. Given this rugged ancestry, the country’s a no-brainer for adventure seekers. From the depths of a dive between tectonic plates, to hiking up a glacier, here are few of our favourite experiences from our March Winter Weekend and August Pride Adventure.
Having just launched our Scottish Highland Hikes, this seems like a perfect time to share trivia about one of Europe’s most remote regions (that’s also home to many of the world’s most glorious hikes). Read on, then carry on with us next August.