From the get-go, Out Adventures’ founder Rob has guided gays through Earth’s most remote destinations. The Land of Fire & Ice? Check. The sweltering Sahara? Check. The colourful cultures of India? Triple check.
This year will be no exception as Rob hosts seven expeditions as part of our 10-Year Anniversary collection. See his full 2019 tour calendar below.
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In-house flight attendant Gilles Bourque joins us on Episode 2, providing the inside scoop with ‘Travel Hacks from the Experts’.
Today’s episode begins with tips on booking the best flights, packing like a pro, flirting your way into first class (just kidding… that doesn’t happen) and how to hit the ground running on your next big gay vacation.
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The jewel of our Croatia Southern Dalmatia Gay Cruise 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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Noel Catlett joined Out Adventures in Kathmandu last October before taking on our Nepal & Everest Base Camp Adventure. The hobby-photographer snapped a slew of sensational shots while surmounting the Mother of the Universe and was gracious enough to share them with us. Scroll through Noel’s photo-essay below, showcasing our most industrious tour to-date.
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In a very special edition of Roaming with Rob, our fearless leader offers his tips on how to best enjoy one of the gayest cities in the world and Out Adventures’ homebase, Toronto. We’ll spend two full days in Toronto before heading to The Hamptons of the North on our Big Gay Cottage Getaway tour this coming July.
Scroll down for all of Rob’s recommendations, including a few tips he couldn’t fit into the video
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I need to pour my heart out.
Let me begin with the big news: we’re going to Antarctica! Departing in January, 2019, it’s an Official 10-Year Anniversary Adventure. This series of flagship trips celebrates what we love most about Out Adventures – in the case of Antarctica, it inspired our company. But it was also my point of no return.
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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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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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It’s one of the world’s most famous hikes, which is why we love bringing people along the Inca Trail. Here are some things to know if you’re considering this active gay adventure.
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If you’re planning to hike The Inca Trail with us, things can quickly get heavier than a celebrity breakup if you don’t pack smart. Keep your baggage under 20kg/44lb, because anything beyond that is likely to be left behind in Lima. You should also bring something smaller for day trips to carry water, your camera, and any souvenirs you pick up along the way.
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