Our upcoming South Africa tour concludes with four packed days in big gay Cape Town. In honour of the country’s famous city – and to whet your whistle for this luxurious tour – we put together a useful guide below. Read on!Continue reading “Gay Guide: Cape Town”
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.
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Whether you’re indulging in Lisbon’s bashful beauty from the window seat of iconic Tram 28E. Or her posh panorama from the countless miradouros (viewpoints) located atop her seven steep hills. Her seductive aura will captivate and enthral the gay traveller.
Locally — and lovingly — it’s known as Lotusland. It’s the gateway to Whistler, and the crown jewel of British Columbia. It’s also where we wrap up our Canada: The Rockies and Vancouver tour, just in time for Pride. To help you relish your time there, we’ve put together a debrief regarding the west-coast wonder. Continue reading “Gay Guide: Vancouver”
Earning itself the title Paris of the East, Budapest is a glorious city full of culture, history and world-class restaurants. Below you’ll find our guide to this Central European gem.
You already know India is more than the Taj Mahal and butter chicken. But you may not be sure where to experience India at it’s finest. Our recommendation? Jaipur!
To this day, Jaipur is known as The Pink City, thanks to a fresh coat of paint the whole metropolis received before King Edward VII visited in 1876. Over 100 years later, the city still retains its rosy glow.
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Cusco isn’t just the beating heart of Peru, it’s also the undisputed cultural coronary of South America. For centuries, the city acted as the capital of the Incan empire before the Spanish arrived and claimed it as their own.
Today, Cusco is a UNESCO World Heritage site attracting just short of two million visitors annually, many of whom are en route to world famous Machu Picchu. While most people only use Cusco as a jumping point to reach the famed ruins, we recommend allowing two days to navigate the cobblestone streets and illogical alleyways of this historic city.
Gay-Friendly Glasgow is a prominent destination on our Scottish Highland Hikes tour. We’ll begin and end our expedition here, with an afternoon set aside for you to explore the metropolis on your own.
Scroll down for our tips to best enjoy this incredible destination.
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