Stays that Slay: Iceland

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We have two annual tours running through The Land of Ice and Fire: Iceland Northern Lights & Essential Sites and Iceland Countryside and Reykjavik Pride. The first is a winter weekend getaway while the latter is a week-long excursion in mid-August. For both, we’ve selected a handful of incredible hotels and guesthouses right beside some of the country’s strongest geysers, largest volcanos and most imposing glaciers.

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Stays that Slay: 3 modern hotels, 2 ancient countries

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The beautiful (and trippy) pool at our Siem Reap boutique hotel.

Our Laos & Cambodia Buddhist Sites & City Nights tour focuses on three of South East Asia’s most iconic destinations: Luang Prabang, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. To best enjoy these sites, we’ve booked a trio of opulent hotels previewed below.
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Stays that Slay: Enjoy Canadian cottage country at posh Northridge Inn

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Out Adventures is taking over lavish Northridge Inn this July for our Big Gay Cottage Getaway. The inn & resort is located on Lake Bernard in the Muskoka region of Canada, aka The Hamptons of the North.

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Stays that Slay: Cruise Croatia’s coastline aboard the MV Avangard

Croatia_Lounge08Yessir, the rumours are true: there’s a new cruise ship making a splash along Croatia’s coastline and Out Adventures will board her on our July 2018 Croatia Southern Dalmatia Gay Cruise. Scroll down to meet the head turner herself and discover what the fuss is about.

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Stays that Slay: Morocco

Hotel Le DogeOur Morocco Souks & Sand tour is an overwhelming escape that warrants serene nights in comfortable quarters. To keep the Moroccan mystique, we’ve named our Starting & Finishing point hotels…the rest await on this jubilant journey that departs in September and April.

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Stays that Slay: India

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Among its many other mandates, our Holi Festival Foray is meant to make you feel like royalty. And we can’t think of anything more important to a princely state of mind than where you slumber. That’s why we’ve selected exceedingly opulent hotels for the journey. Feast your eyes below, your highness…

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Stays that Slay: Kick off 2018 Aboard the RV Mekong Pandaw

Built in Rangoon in 2002, the RV Mekong Pandaw was created just for the river it calls home, and is certainly the most stunning vessel to grace those waters.  And in January 2018, it will be our home for seven days as part of our Vietnam & Cambodia Gay River Cruise adventure.

Have a closer look at some of the vessel’s highlights.

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Stays that Slay: Get to Know the Sexy MV Futura

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The jewel of our Croatia Northern Adriatic & Southern Dalmatia Gay Cruises is the MV Futura, a gleaming white mega-yacht built in 2013. She’s 156 feet long, 30 feet wide, and built to cruise the Aegean Sea at a speed of nine nautical miles. Here’s a little taste of what awaits when you join OUT Adventures in Croatia.

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Stays that Slay: The Lodges of our Gay Tanzania Luxury Safari

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The roughest part about our Tanzania Luxury Safari is saying goodbye to one lavish lodging and moving on to the next. Here’s a sneak preview of what awaits when you join our decadent escape into the wilds of Africa.

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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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