While gay travellers flock to Vietnam for the food, clamber to Thailand for the culture and race to Bali for the beaches, only a few trendsetters touchdown in Laos. Consequently, the tiny landlocked country has maintained a certain level of mystery to LGBT travellers.
Kevin Robitaille, our beloved sales manager, led a group of inquisitive gay adventurers through Laos & Cambodia this past autumn. While touring, Kevin took a slew of arresting photos in both countries.
Peruse his travel photos below and then head over to our website to learn about lovely Laos. If we’ve piqued your interest, consider joining our annual Laos & Cambodia: Buddhist Sights & City Nights gay tour to see the lush country for yourself.
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Want to feel on top of the world? Head to the bottom aboard our Antarctica gay cruise! On this polar expedition, you’ll call The World Explorer Home for 10 full days as we cross the Drake Passage and dock along Antarctica’s sub-zero shores.
We put together some sexy renderings of the World Explorer and our Antarctica gay cruise below.
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Ten years ago I embarked on Out Adventures’ first-ever gay tour of Thailand. Today I reflect on what it’s taken to get this far and why I wouldn’t trade the blood, sweat and tears (literally) for anything.
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It’s just family in Out Adventures’ Broadcasting HQ as Peter and Rob lay out everything Americans need to know before travelling to Cuba.
Continue reading “Podcast: Visiting Cuba! What Americans Need To Know.”
Gay travellers love Thailand, and Thailand loves us! So much so the Tourism Authority of Thailand just released a beautiful video focused on the LGBT market.
Watch the video below and then read on for five reasons why Thailand is a gay-friendly destination.
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Though we reside right next to the United States, the Canadian conscience tends to be less individualistic and more concerned with keeping the peace. Many think it has to do with our awkward, introverted British roots. So while an American would never deign to apologize for something that wasn’t their fault (yes, we’re generalizing here), Canadians clamour over each other to be the most contrite. As Out Adventures prepares to lead a group of gays on a journey from Calgary to Vancouver through the Rocky Mountains, let’s look at how the Canadian apology impacts our home and native land.
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Loosen your belt buckles and bite into today’s indulgent episode of The Gay Travel Podcast. Carl Hiehn – Out Adventures’ digital marketing specialist and a self-described Maître Fromager – is back in the studio to help us dish out our ‘3 Rules for Food Travel’. Bon appétit!
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For Out Adventures’ 8th-annual Croatia gay cruise, we needed a ship as beautiful as the shimmering Adriatic. Enter The Black Swan, a glorious private yacht with room for up to 34 gay men!
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Welcome to the Azores, a series of nine volcanic islands off the coast of Portugal. Within the past few years, these historically overlooked islands have become Portugal’s – if not Europe’s – trendiest travel destination. They also happen to be the backdrop of our upcoming gay tour, Portugal: Azores Islands Adventure.
Get to know the four islands featured on our big gay adventure below!
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The allure of Cuba is as thick as cigar musk and as strong as a double rum on the rocks. But despite the world’s fascination with the Pearl of Antilles, the average gay traveller couldn’t name a city beyond Havana. If you fall into said category, we’re here to help!
Read on for three must-see UNESCO World Heritage Cities every gay traveller should scribble into their Cuban itinerary.
Continue reading “Beyond Havana: 3 Other Cuban Cities Gay Travellers Should Visit.”