Summer is upon us and everyone is clamouring for an ounce of that thing people in other countries enjoy, sunshine!
There are many gay bars, nightclubs and steamy saunas dotted around the globe, but where can our glamorous friends and their female alter-egos go for a well-deserved holiday? We outline the top five marvellous destinations which are fit for a grade ‘A’ drag queen.
A slew of countries and states have recently voted to legalize same-sex marriage, which means new gay and lesbian wedding destinations are popping up around the world.
Arosa Gay Ski Week – Europe’s favourite Ski Pride Festival will takes place from 6th to 13th January 2013. It’s a lively, colourful week, supported by Arosa and Swiss tourist offices.
When Simon Forrester and Andrew Craven identified that there was no travel accommodation website targeting the affluent gay professional audience – people who were looking for looking for places to stay where they would be assured of a sincere welcome, as well as properties of quality, style and character – they decided to create their own website.
Tel Aviv this week won the distinction as being by far the preferred travel destination by the global homosexual community, according to the gay travel website Gaycities.com
Gayjin Los Angeles http://gayjin.info/los-angeles s is a new travel app for gay & lesbian visitors during their holiday in Los Angeles.
The Gay Travel Guide For Tops And Bottoms by Drew Blancs has set the record for new release sales at Icon Empire Press
Looking for a week or two getaway? Somewhere peaceful, sunny, picturesque with friendly locals? Somewhere that won’t break the bank?
Gay men have different travel wishes. The best confirmation of this is the unique success story of the SPARTACUS INTERNATIONAL GAY GUIDE, which has been published for more than four decades now.
Although little known to British gay and lesbian travellers, Puerto Vallarta variously known as PV or PVR after the local airport code, seems to become more and more popular each year as a gay holiday destination.
Although little known to British gays and lesbian travellers, Puerto Vallarta (link to http://www.amroholidays.com/gay-central-america/gay-mexico/gay-puerto-vallarta.htm) variously know as PV or PVR after the local airport code, seems to become more and more popular each year as a gay holiday destination.
Many LGBT people have packed up their skis and headed to the far corner of the earth to help our friends Down Under celebrate in the successful gay ski week in New Zealand.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ has launched a new game to help entice the lucrative gay travelers in a bid to cash in on the illusive pink pound.
Gaydays at Disney has grown form strength to to strength as the Magical Kingdom gets that extra sprinkle of sparkle and pinch of glitter to make the Disneyland destination that bit more gayer. May party boys and girls descend on Florida to enjoy a week with their favourite furry animals (And i'm not talking about 'bears') A contributor for SameSame.com.au managed to attend the event and his time reads as follows:
The Sun looks into a perfect hotspot for the ultimate gay holidaymaker as they adorn the buzzing island of Ibiza.
Discover Brazil’s ‘Lost World’ and raise vital funds for a UK charity! On 3rd to 13th February 2011 a group of lucky explorers will journey to the Northeastern region of Brazil, to Chapada Diamantina National Park to embark on an exclusive trekking adventure that has been organised to raise funds for Sense the UK’s leading charity for deafblind children and adults
Luxury Travel is experienced in providing special services and unique tourism products to luxury global travelers. Luxury Travel company specializes in luxury tourism and announces bespoke holidays to upscale gays and lesbian travelers to Vietnam.
A new iPhone app has been created in order to entice LGBT visitors to London by providing all relevant information to enjoy the experience to the max at the touch of a button, whilst on the move.
A survey of the worlds best gay-friendly cities has placed Sydney at the top of the list. The survey conducted by online travel agency Expedia.com.au, named Sydney for its plentiful gay bars and nightclubs in the Darlinghurst and Newtown areas, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Australian budget airline Virgin Blue has decided to cash in on the pink pound ahead of Sydney’s annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras celebrations. Virgin Blue will be running a special flight catering for those attending Mardi Gras in Sydney. The flight from, Melbourne to Sydney, which takes roughly one hour will set the party goers back A$199 (Roughly £100)
Nick Carvell takes a look at attitudes, rights and regulations affecting LGBT communities around the world.
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