Among its many other mandates, our gay tour of India 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 a series of extravagent hotels for the journey. Feast your eyes below, your highness…Continue reading “Stays that Slay: India”
Our two gay Thailand tours (Temples & Beaches and New Year Celebration) are renowned for overwhelming the senses: the sights, sounds, smells, colours and flavours will make you feel alive. But all that invigoration also warrants a wonderful retreat to recuperate for the next round. So here’s a sneak peek at where we’ll slumber during these adventures…Continue reading “Stays That Slay: Thailand”
by Lino DiNallo
Until my first Out Adventure to Thailand, I underestimated what a visit to the elephant sanctuary entailed. Before then, it was just a line item in our itinerary. After that day, however, I was a changed man. I bonded with these magnificent beasts and felt like the Jane Goodall of Elephas maximus – a patron of trunks if you will. Read on to learn about our beautiful day together.Continue reading “A Big Day At The Elephant Sanctuary”
A few weeks ago we blogged about 7 Experiences In Seam Reap That Aren’t Angkor. Today, we dedicate an entire blog post to the site itself and explain wat the big Khmer deal is around Angkor.Continue reading “Angkor: 7 Temples You Need To See”
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.
Here are 7 experiences beyond Angkor gay travellers shouldn’t overlook in Siem Reap.Continue reading “7 Experiences In Siem Reap That Aren’t Angkor”
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.Continue reading “In Focus: Laos & Cambodia”
Watch the video below and then read on for five reasons why Thailand is a gay-friendly destination.Continue reading “5 Reasons Thailand Is A Gay-Friendly Destination”
Tea Houses are a form of accommodation unique to the Himalayas. They’re also the main lodgings featured throughout our Nepal: Kathmandu & Everest Base Camp gay climb.
We enlisted Head Honcho and frequent Out Adventures host, Robert Sharp, to give Inquisitive Alpinists a tour of one such accommodation. Take a look!
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.”