Mimosas, macaws and howler monkeys. That’s what our Peru: The Amazon and Machu Picchu Gay Tour is made of!
This 9-day luxury Peru tour hits all of the country’s major highlights, including the Amazon. But before you go screeching anaconda, take a breathe and light some incense. This is the Amazon for beginners.
Read on for what our gay Amazon excursion is really like.
Continue reading “Bellinis & Bug Spray: What you can expect on a gay tour of the Peruvian Amazon.”
A myriad experiences await the gay traveller interested in tackling India’s chaotic charm. The country boasts a fiery cuisine, Mughal and colonial architecture, flamboyant festivals and a diverse heritage.
Enthralled by it all? Read on for 8 experiences you can only enjoy on our India: Holi Festival Foray. Continue reading “8 Experiences We’re Excited for in India.”
Keen to traverse the Peruvian Andes en route to Machu Picchu? No prob-llama!
To help get your expedition started, here are ten nuggets of wisdom past travellers wish they knew before booking our all-gay Andean adventure. Continue reading “What I Wish I Knew Before Joining a Gay Hike Along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu”
“If it’s so difficult for Americans to get to Cuba, why bother?” I asked my new travel companion. We’d just met as part of Out Adventures’ Cultural Cuba gay tour.
“Well, it’s kind of like forbidden fruit.”
His answer hit me harder than a double Havana Club on the rocks; the allure of Cuba — despite Trump’s hardened stance on US-Cuba relations, the “sonic attacks”, the hurricanes etc. — is the mystery surrounding the flamboyant destination. The thrill of going somewhere you were told you couldn’t.
As a Canadian who’s enjoyed the splendours of Cuba countless times, here are my top ten reasons Americans should visit this unique destination — despite the hoops they need to jump through. Continue reading “10 Reasons Americans Should Join Us in Cuba, According to this Gay Canadian”
Due to safety concerns regarding a rise in discrimination towards LGBT people in Tanzania, we’ve rerouted our our annual luxury safari through neighbouring Kenya.
Despite the dark trigger, we’re actually ecstatic about the new destination. Kenya has some of the best preserved national parks on the continent, a wealth of wildlife that includes the Big Five, Earth’s largest flock of flamingos and The Great Wildebeest Migration, not to mention delicious food and top-notch accommodations. Also, it’s noted as the birthplace of the modern safari!
All that said, we’re aware Kenya comes with it’s own concerns and considerations. Please find a helpful list of frequently asked questions regarding safety in this sensational south African country below.
Continue reading “Staying Safe in Kenya”
Lonely Planet crowned Sri Lanka ‘Best Country to Visit in 2019‘. Lo and behold, we just happen to be hosting a gay tour of the island nation.
Read on for 10 reasons to join our Sri Lanka Serendipity tour. Continue reading “10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka With Out Adventures”
It’s our mandate to incorporate a local LGBT component — when possible — in our group departures. Some activities may be campy: appreciating a Thai cabaret. Others political: a roundtable discussion with Cuban activists.
Scroll down for 8 gay experiences you can only have with Out Adventures. Continue reading “8 Gay Experiences With Out Adventures”
Based on the feedback of past gay Everest explorers, here are the top ten things they wish they had known before hitting the Himalayas. Continue reading “What I wish I knew before hiking to Everest Base Camp”
To whet your appetite for our upcoming gay Portugal tour — Lisbon & Porto Gourmet Foray — we’ve compiled a list of must-try foods from the coastal country. Each item has a special place in Portuguese history and culture. Continue reading “Top 10 Foods to Try in Portugal”
Landlocked Laos offers a taste of Southeast Asia as it once was. Learn about our favourite experiences in this unique destination below. And then join us there on our Laos & Cambodia: Buddhist Sites & City Nights tour. Continue reading “6 Experiences not to miss in Laos”