Does poly-cotton bedding make you perspire with anxiety? If coffee’s not French press, is it the Spanish Inquisition? These five Out Adventures are for the cognoscenti. If you swoon for slick design and a good story, pack your carmarker-designed luggage and see you in style.
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From the rich curries of Northern Thailand to the tantalizing tagines of Morocco, Out Adventures has always focused heavily on the culinary landscape of the countries we visit.
Below, you’ll find our most delicious destinations of 2018.
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Our sales manager Kevin Robitaille has worked in the travel and tourism industry for 7+ years helping jet-setters such as yourself plan once-in-a-lifetime excursions. Perhaps its his passion for travel or just his ever-so-slight Quebecois inflection, but he’s become quite popular amongst our male clientele.
If you’re interested in joining Kevin on an Out Adventure, you can find his full 2018 departure schedule below.
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Out Adventures’ founder Robert Sharp (Rob) has been guiding gays up the Himalayas, through the Sahara, around the Amazon and towards Earth’s many wonders for over a decade, all with his signature smile and glass half-full personality. His experience and passion for travel has inspired many of our best customers to return time and again to continue striking items off their respective bucket lists.
Interested in jetting off to a foreign country with Rob? Check out his complete 2018 tour calendar below. Oh, and be sure to check back next week for our suave sales manager Kevin’s 2018 schedule.
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While Out Adventures specializes in gay group tours, we also help couples and small groups organize tailor-made itineraries that suit their unique interests and schedules. We’re happy to organize everything from kikis in Kathmandu to romantic retreats in Rio.
Scroll down to find our top travel picks for your 2018 bespoke tour.
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We hate to spill tea, but Pride is *not* the world’s most colourful celebration. That honour belongs to Holi, the Hindu Spring Festival.
If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em, so we’re heading there in February. As the climax of nearly two weeks touring Rajasthan, here’s five things to know about the festivities.
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Summer is swerving to the finish line and if you’re anything like us, you’d hate to slam the breaks just yet. One solution to keep your summer cruising is a tropical fall tour.
In a rare turn, we have space left on our autumn Myanmar, Thailand and Cuba gay tours, all of which will have you slathered in SPF 50. “Not hot enough,” you say? Well, our Moroccan Souks and Sands adventure will have you sweating in the Sahara this September.
A word of advice: don’t take too long humming and hawing over which tour is right for you. As the temperature drops, men inevitably come racing into our office to book up whatever slots they can spend their hard earned vacation days on.
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The itineraries are sorted, entertainment is booked and rooms have already begun filling up. With only a few details in need of a tweak or two, we’re excited to show-off our most anticipated 2018 gay tours!
For Out Adventures’ complete 2018 calendar, head over to our website!
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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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