All travelers are welcome at The New York Times Travel Show’s third annual L.G.B.T.Q. Travel Pavilion — the biggest in the show’s history! Register here and use code LGBTQIA for complimentary one-day ticket. The pavilion gathers 28 tourism brands offering trip-planning inspiration, experiences, tours, cruises, travel packages, hotels, luggage, travel insurance, free apps and special pavilion-only offers for the enjoymentContinue reading “This event has passed. Come Meet us at the LGBTQ Pavilion at the NY Times Travel Show Jan 24-26!”
Category Archives: Gay tours
Go Now✈ Go Later✈: Don’t miss these gay getaways 🌈🍸
Some gays plan their gay getaways far in advance. Some plan last minute. Some go both ways. We’re those gays. But no matter which you are, we’ve got awesome recommendations for gay getaways to go to now. Next year. Or both! Gay Getaways: GO NOW! 8 Days of Paradise with Atlantis – August 25 Atlantis Events takesContinue reading “Go Now✈ Go Later✈: Don’t miss these gay getaways 🌈🍸”
Bottoms Up! Gay Wine Weekend in Sonoma is Coming Soon 🍷🏳️🌈
Called “One of the best events of the summer season,” Gay Wine Weekend takes over Sonoma Valley from July 18-21 for a 3+ day celebration of food and wine in Northern California’s Sonoma Valley! Tell me more about Gay Wine Weekend! Celebrate with world class wine and culinary delights, music and dancing in a private estate vineyard, VIP receptions,Continue reading “Bottoms Up! Gay Wine Weekend in Sonoma is Coming Soon 🍷🏳️🌈”
Pride LGBTQ Travel-safety Twitter Chat 🌈 Tues., Jun 5 2pm ET! Set your ⏰! #PrideGuide
Join our annual Pride LGBTQ travel-safety Twitter chat happening Tuesday, June 5. It’s hosted by Ed Salvato at ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine with our partners at the U.S. Department of State Consular Affairs via TravelGov. We’ll discuss how to stay safe during the busy summer travel and LGBTQ pride season. Join this important conversation Tuesday, June 5 2pm-2:45pm ET by following #PrideGuide onContinue reading “Pride LGBTQ Travel-safety Twitter Chat 🌈 Tues., Jun 5 2pm ET! Set your ⏰! #PrideGuide”
Paris Update: Is the Marais Still Gay? Oui et Non … Read on!
Has the charming Gay Marais gone? If your last visit to Paris goes back to the mid-’80s or the ’90s, chances are you may not recognize the neighborhood.
Out on Tour: Aboard the Aqua Expeditions Aria in the Peruvian Amazon
When you hear river cruise you probably think, Europe, which is where the vast majority take place. And that the passengers are all much older. And white. And it’s lovely but perhaps a tad too genteel. Well, think again! That’s not the experience you’ll find on this river cruise. I was invited to experience a three-day journeyContinue reading “Out on Tour: Aboard the Aqua Expeditions Aria in the Peruvian Amazon”
Meet ManAboutWorld’s Ed Salvato at the Boston Globe Travel Show, Saturday 1:30pm
Meet ManAboutWorld’s Ed Salvato at the Boston Globe Travel Show, Saturday 1:30pm at his presentation entitled LGBTQ Travel: Hot Destinations, Cool Events & Unforgettable Experiences. Get a FREE ticket to the show here.
Meet us at the LGBTQ Travel Pavilion at the New York Times Travel Show, Jan 27-28. Free Tickets Here
All are welcome at The New York Times Travel Show first-ever LGBTQ travel pavilion! Learn about hot destinations and events as well as tours, cruises and experiences the world over.
Crossing the Equator on the Radiance of The Seas with John & Gavin
ManAboutWorld correspondents John Walker and Gavin Patterson are constantly crisscrossing the globe to update our readers on gay-friendly travel opportunities all over the world … on land and on sea, including a recent experience crossing the equator. They recently sailed on the Radiance of the Seas. Here are a few of their highlights from their experience. YouContinue reading “Crossing the Equator on the Radiance of The Seas with John & Gavin”
Basque Country Foodie Road Trip by Paul Bachant
A Basque country foodie road trip is not the first think people think of when planning a trip to Spain. This autonomous region in the north of Spain contains a dramatic scenery of rugged coastlines, interior mountains and rolling vineyards, with strong culinary and cultural traditions existing alongside avant-garde art and architecture, all of which is well-worthContinue reading “Basque Country Foodie Road Trip by Paul Bachant”