Starting near Lisbon, our gay Portugal cycling trip takes us along quiet roads from the seaside hills of the Blue Coast through the agricultural region of Alentejo to the brilliant beaches of the Algarve. Experience the beauty and warm hospitality of Portugal! Existing in virtual isolation for millions of years, the Galapagos Islands are home to many species found nowhere else on Earth. Contemplate the towering Andean peaks Incan gods at sunrise over Machu Picchu. Explore Ollantaytambo, one of the last remaining Incan towns. Visit one of the most impressive temples, the Golden Temple, dedicated to the Sun God.
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Gay Varanasi: our experience exploring the holy city of India
Explore the Paris-inspired architecture of Hanoi, sail in a junk on Halong Bay, relax on a tour of the Mekong River delta, and wander among ancient temples and ruins reclaimed by the jungle, all while lodging in deluxe hotels that reflect the character of their surroundings. The island of Bali, its people, plus its many religious shrines and sites are permeated with Balinese Hinduism, which has its roots in Indian Hinduism and Buddhism. Enjoy timeless ruins, welcoming people, oodles of elephants and the famous Ceylon Tea Trails. This is a magical travel experience to the amazing country that is Sri Lanka. We will do our best to uncover all of her ancient secrets and there are many in an epic trip across misty mountains and tranquil lakes while exploring wildlife preserves and Buddhist Temples. Visit exquisite temples, palaces, and landmarks including the Taj Mahal , experience-rich local culture, enjoy exotic cuisine, and ride camels and elephants on a friendly gay group tour! This gay India tour has an abundance of famous temples, palaces, and forts.
LGBT rights in India
Homosexuality in India has been a subject of discussion from ancient times to modern times. Hindu texts have taken positions regarding the homosexual characters and themes. Historical literary evidence indicates that homosexuality has been prevalent across the Indian subcontinent throughout history, and that homosexuals were not necessarily considered inferior in any way until about 18th century during British colonial rule.
Like all other travelers, gay men too look for safety, fun and a welcome atmosphere when they travel. India is slowly changing its reputation as a non-gay-friendly tourist destination. The gay tourism scene in India has improved drastically in recent times and it makes sense as gay tourism can contribute towards boosting the economy. Today, we give you 5 most gay-friendly destinations to visit if you are travelling across India. Also Read - 5 best gay honeymoon destinations in India.