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!”
AIG Travel partnered with Skift on the trend report The Business Imperative for ‘Inclusive Hospitality’ which examines why vulnerable travelers matter spr.ly/60121Du1k with insights from yours truly (the even included me in my own Q&A page!!) and Depart Smart. LGBTQ travel safety is important topic that we focus on at HospitableMe. To learn more about what we do at HospitableMe, visit us online.
While I’d heard some nice things about Providence, Rhode Island’s state capital and largest city, over the years, I’ll admit that I didn’t know a whole lot about it. I mostly thought of it as a cheap alternative airport to often-overpriced Boston Logan International. Story by Paul J. Heney, MAW correspondent But a recent weekend there, coincidingContinue reading “Providence, Rhode Island: A hidden delight for queer travelers 😃🏳️🌈”
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 🌈🍸”
Ed Salvato is an LGBTQ travel expert, published author, occasional instructor at NYT Tisch School and Temple and chief content officer of ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine. Read his bio. Need travel advice? Post a comment below or send an email.
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 🍷🏳️🌈”
Boston’s seaport is the city’s hot new neighborhood, and YOTEL Boston is at the heart of it.
If you’re in New York, try to catch Mean Girls on Broadway. What a fun day. Remember “On Wednesday we wear Pink.” Remember that October 3 is Mean Girls Day.
Join Trav’lin’ Tom for a fun, fast-paced tour of temples, bamboo groves, food markets, and even Japanese karaoke.
We all know Montreal has a reputation for being a place of acceptance and inclusion, especially in Montreal’s Gay Village, which is is just east of downtown around Beaudry Metro station, running along Saint Catherine Street. Montreal’s Gay Village is where most of this year’s Pride activities will happen. Whether you are visiting for the parties orContinue reading “Guide to Montreal’s Gay Village in Time for Pride”