lgbt travel

Tips for the best LGBT-centered vacation destinations, including annual Pride festivals, gay cruises, historic landmarks and more.

Jefferey Spivey6 days ago
Most LGBTQ Unfriendly Locations in the World
Despite signs of progress on the home front, there are still several LGBTQ unfriendly locations both in the US and around the world. Traveling has its fair share of headaches for everyone, but for LGB...
Gareth Johnson2 months ago
The Gay Beaches of Sitges
With London's summer feeling like a bit of an anti-climax, my boyfriend Liviu and I decided to escape to Sitges for a couple of days of Spanish sun. It was an easy flight into Barcelona, where we pick...
Gareth Johnson4 months ago
Five Hot Destinations for Gay Travellers
Wherever you are in the world, it's never too early to start planning your next holiday, your next expedition, your next adventure. Of course, gay guys are a pretty diverse bunch of travellers, but as...
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J.C. Marie4 months ago
Me First
I have always loved travel, although I haven't done it nearly as much as I want to. In high school, I traveled to Italy and Greece and fell in love. The architecture was so beautiful, the culture so r...
Gareth Johnson4 months ago
Queenstown: A Travel Guide
Winter isn’t a lot of fun unless you are properly equipped with some skis and a hip flask. It was only a short flight to Queenstown on the South Island of New Zealand but it felt like a world away fro...
Gareth Johnson5 months ago
Borocay Beach Time
The Philippines is a fascinating country — an archipelago consisting of over seven thousand islands. The main starting point is the capital Manila — a bustling, thriving city that somehow manages to b...
Gareth Johnson5 months ago
Diving Into the Swimming Ponds of Hampstead Heath in London
London is one of those cities that seems to make you work hard to discover some of its best features. The men’s swimming pond at Hampstead Heath is one of those hidden parts of London that you really ...
Gareth Johnson5 months ago
Barcelona: A Gay Travel Guide
It’s no wonder that Barcelona is such a popular destination – drawing people from across Europe and the world to enjoy its unique combination of warm weather, beach-side location, and a seeming insati...
Gareth Johnson5 months ago
Are These the World’s 18 Best Gay Beaches?
Wherever you are in the world, it’s always important to have a plan as to when and where you’re going to get your next dose of GBT – Gay Beach Time. GBT is about enjoying the best that summer has to o...
Anthony Gramuglia5 months ago
Towns with the Best LGBTQA Communities
It seems common knowledge to many that many cities have communities where the best LGBTQA community can gather in peace and harmony, but small towns are a bit of a different matter. Small towns bring ...
Mackenzie Kennedy6 months ago
Cities with the Best Gay Pride Festivals
Gay pride festivals are some of the most exciting days out there for the LGBTQ community. It's a time to celebrate love in all its forms, the struggles of being gay that people have overcome, and also...
Gareth Johnson6 months ago
Discovering the Indonesian Island of Bali
The Indonesian island of Bali is a favourite destination for Australian holiday-makers, and it’s easy to see why. Here's a quick guide on how to get the most out of your visit to this beguiling tropic...
Gareth Johnson6 months ago
Norway: A Travel Guide
Whether you are experiencing Oslo in its shimmering summer, or the winter wonderland of the country’s north — Norway offers something for everyone. Here's a quick overview of some of the many reasons ...
Cato Conroy6 months ago
Amazing LGBTQ Resorts
If you are gay, lesbian, or trans, planning a vacation can be difficult. In fact, going to the wrong country with your partner can result in you being hurt, charged with a crime, or even killed. Addit...
Gareth Johnson6 months ago
Stockholm: A Travel Guide
Constructed over an archipelago of 14 islands and connected together by 57 bridges, Stockholm — the capital of Sweden — is a city with a unique sense of style and purpose. A city that is perhaps at it...
Changemakers, Please Stand Up
Close to a month ago, I was traveling on a day train from Coimbatore to Chennai. For the longest time, I seem to have cultivated the habit of standing by the edge of the train doors and gazing at the ...