EST. 2013
Blog – Pride Travel
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18 Oct

Curacao Pride

Curacao as an island that is home to a diverse population of people who speak a diverse number of languages. As a part of the Lesser Netherland Antilles, residents of the island not only speak Dutch, but Portuguese as well as Papiamento and local creole language that derived from African and Portuguese languages. Even with that in mind, tourism is a major source of income for the island. Although it is less reliant on it than many other Caribbean islands making this a destination that welcomes some 1.7 million guest to their sandy beaches in 2015; it is still an island that has more to offer than the standard tourism hallmarks. From Curacao Carnival to the Foam Party or Full Moon Party at Kokomo Beach there is something for everyone to take part in.  It all comes together during Curacao Pride to make an exciting and amazing event for all to take part in....

19 Apr

Thai New Year- Songkran

  Every year as I plan my travel plans I try to seek out destinations that have a strong LGBT accepting community, are off of the beaten path but are still a popular destination.  Thailand was no different.  I booked my trip with the full intention of taking in as much of the LGBT Bars Nightlife and events surrounding Songkran and Thai New Year, and managed to mix that all in while seeing the classic sites of this country and culture including the temples, street markets and of course a side trip all the way to Phuket for Patong Beach. [caption id="attachment_3288" align="alignleft" width="300"] Drew L. of Pride Travel on a Longboat Tour Chao Phraya River[/caption]   The first thing to understand is that if like me you can not afford that lie flat 1stclass seat, the upgrade to the extra legroom at $233 per leg on the Airline I flew may seem like an excessive...

30 Jun

Gay Havana

Havana, is a fast paced city that is somewhat different than the stereotypical Caribbean islands.  With the taxi speeding down the Malecon to take tourist around the city, it is a city that thanks to some of the steps being taken may open it doors to travelers from the United States and around the world.  But there are a few things that you need to know as a potential tourist. [caption id="attachment_3336" align="alignleft" width="300"] El Capitolio[/caption] Plan and Research, and if you don’t have the time to do this hire someone and book with a Travel Agent.  With information being limited to it’s dissemination outisde of Cuba, as well as the lack of the important details in English, it may make it difficult for you the casual traveler to take in Havana, or the amazing beaches of Santa Maria or Veradero.   Tourism has been closed for United States Citizens for the last...