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”
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.”
We at Out Adventures are elated to share the news that in a watershed moment, the Indian supreme court has decriminalized homosexuality… again. A bench of the country’s five highest judges ruled a ban on sex “against the order of nature” was unconstitutional.
In 2009, the same courts decriminalized homosexuality only to reinstate it in 2013. Fingers-crossed this ruling holds strong. Continue reading “India Decriminalizes Homosexuality”
Our sales manager Kevin Robitaille is a familiar face among clients, often leading our more gruelling adventures: Kilimanjaro and The Inca Trail to name a few. When he’s not surmounting Earth’s summits, he’s in Toronto playing ultimate frisbee, dodgeball or answering our phones with that ever-so-slight Quebecois inflection.
If you’re interested in joining Kevin on an Out Adventure, you can find his 2019 departure schedule below. Continue reading “Just the Trips: Kevin’s 2019 departures”
You already know India is more than the Taj Mahal and butter chicken. But you may not be sure where to experience India at it’s finest. Our recommendation? Jaipur!
To this day, Jaipur is known as The Pink City, thanks to a fresh coat of paint the whole metropolis received before King Edward VII visited in 1876. Over 100 years later, the city still retains its rosy glow.
Continue reading “Gay Guide: Jaipur”
From a sunrise below Angkor Wat to a sunset atop Everest Base Camp, Out Adventures knows all of Asia’s best angles. And we love to show her off. Below is a comprehensive guide to all the ways you can discover the largest continent on Earth with us.
Time to spill some tea: Pride is *not* the world’s most colourful celebration. That honour belongs to Holi, the Hindu Festival of Spring. Colour us impressed, so we’re heading there in March. The celebration marks the climax of nearly two weeks touring Rajasthan – here’s five things to know about the festivities.