Cohosts Peter and Robert take a step-by-step approach to planning an African Safari in the latest episode of The Out Adventures Gay Travel Podcast. Special guest Billy Hare — Sales Manager at Rhino Africa — offers invaluable insight into this historic travel experience. Continue reading “Planning Your First African Safari: A Primer”
Our suave sales manager, Kevin Robitaille, has a penchant for grand — often epic — travel photography. In January, he had the opportunity to capture the vast savannahs, plains and jungles of Tanzania in his signature style. All while leading an adventurous group of gentlemen on our luxury safari. Below are highlights from his collection.
Continue reading “In Focus: Tanzania Luxury Safari”
If you’re planning to tackle the Kilimanjaro Gay Climb 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. You should also bring something smaller for day trips to carry water, your camera, and any souvenirs you pick up along the way.
We’ve got about two months before our Kilimanjaro Gay Climb (and another 12 if you count our 2018 tour), but it’s not too late to sign up (or get in shape). Below you’ll find our standard 12-Week prep program, but by compressing your schedule and amping up your effort you’ll be ready in no time.
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.