Check out Icelandair's new commercial targeted at LGBT travelers, which is one of the bolder ads we've seen from an airline.
LGBT businesses have particularly been at the forefront of Detroit’s renaissance creating an inclusive environment and restoring the rich history of Detroit
Ah, my home town. While there’s no way possible to fit the entire city into 48 hours, I’m here to give you some of the highlights that take you from the Financial District in lower Manhattan, up to the Upper West Side. And if you’re in the city and need a tour guide, I’ve got …
For your next trip, check out the natural beauty, fine dining options and thriving gay nightlife of gay San Diego, California
If San Francisco is the gayest city on earth, that probably makes it the gayest city in the universe. Queer men and women descended upon SF as early as the Gold Rush era but especially after the first and second World Wars, and since that time have dug their heels in and turned the city into a LGBTQ paradise that can be felt not only in the Castro—but from the Bay all the way to the Pacific Ocean. If you’re in town for a good time, know that there is plenty to be had. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about LGBTQ San Francisco.
I am excited to announce the launch of LivingWells Concierge, a luxury travel resource designed to provide bespoke travel itineraries for discerning clients
Key West is a popular destination for LGBT travelers, but is its small island neighbor just a hundred miles to the south a hot spot for gay travelers too?
The survey, conducted by Penn State, predicts continued growth for LGBTQ tourism market through 2025 The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association opened its 34th Annual Global Convention …
Japan has become steadily more open to gender diversity, as exemplified by capital’s Rainbow Pride, which will see tens of thousands descend on the city’s Shinjuku district from today for a string of events and parties
Northern Floridas HIstoric Coast is incredible for families and adventurers with outdoor activities around St Augustine abounding.
Beginning next week, it seems the theme is all about LGBT Tourism! Starting on May 3rd, the global LGBT tourism industry will be descending upon St. Petersburg, FL for the IGLTA Convention, an incredible event bringing LGBT tourism professionals together from all around the world. We'll be there, and we look forward to connecting with many of you then... remember the hashtag is #IGLTA2017, and if you're really feeling into it, you can help make May 3-7, 2017 become an IGLTA #GayTravel hashtag takeover!!!
Then, on May 16th, as part of LGBT Week NYC, Community Marketing & Insights, in partnership with IGLTA, is bringing us the 3rd Annual Symposium on LGBT Tourism & Hospitality. Sponsored by the Argentina Tourism Office, Greater Fort Lauderdale CVB and Israel's Ministry of Tourism and held at Google's Autumn Tech Room in Chelsea, this symposium features morning and afternoon sessions, lunch and a reception, all on-site at Google for just $95 (donated to the IGLTA Foundation).
Mexico’s Puerto Vallarta wants to get even friendlier with its LGBT visitors.
My partner and I are avid travelers. As queer residents of New York City, we also often play tour guide for visiting family and friends when we’re not on the road. We encourage our guests to experience New York City beyond selfies in Times Square, including everything from outdoor movies on the historic Intrepid aircraft carrier, to New York Philharmonic concerts in the park, to food festivals in Brooklyn where you can enjoy a ramen burger and craft beer while viewing the Manhattan skyline.
We also recommend that our queer visitors pay homage to and get wild at some of the longest standing LGBTQ bars that have played an important role in serving our community, such as Stonewall, the site of the Stonewall Riots that sparked the modern LGBTQ rights movement in the U.S., and Henrietta Hudson, the oldest brick and mortar queer women’s bar in New York City. We are also acutely aware that tourist guides fail to educate our visitors about the rich, diverse LGBTQ culture that exists beyond the bar scene, such as Voguing Balls and the largest LGBTQ fashion shows hosted at world renowned museums.
Logo's Fire Island has earned much advance buzz and not all of it good. Until recently I might have been among the show's critics but for now I defend its..
PASSPORT has rounded up five excellent gay beaches that are enticing and beautiful, from California to South Africa, these distinctive beaches are perfect.