June 16, 2024

Adventure Awaits Journeyers

Discovering the World Anew

Group tours for every type of LGBTQ+ traveler

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LGBTQ+ group travel

What’s the recipe for the perfect vacation? Start with a dream destination. Stir in unique cultural experiences, exquisite food, and one-of-a-kind accommodations. Add a double dose of safety, knowing every tourism partner has been vetted for LGBTQ+ inclusivity. And sprinkle with friendships that last a lifetime. 

Joining a group trip takes all the stress out of travel. You benefit from decades of travel experience, existing partnerships with local guides, and itineraries customized for queer travelers — all without having to plan, coordinate or worry. 

Explore the world with these upcoming LGBTQ+ group tours. 

Ireland with KelliGregg Travel

A group tour poses for a photo in the Irish countryside.
Photo courtesy of KelliGregg Travel.

Be the Queen of the Castle! Irish eyes will smile when KelliGregg Travel returns to Ireland for an all-LGBTQ+ luxury vacation. Starting in Dublin, the week-long group tour visits Cork, Ennis, Galway, Derry, and Belfast (among others) and includes stays at the five-star Ashford Castle and Lough Eske Castle.

Expect musical pub crawls, walking tours, food tours, and a stop at the Cliffs of Moher, named a UNESCO Global Geopark. KelliGregg Travel has over 20 years of experience and welcomes the entire community with vacations that tend to span the expansiveness of LGBTQ+ travelers. October 16-25, 2024

Argentina with EveryQueer

EveryQueer hosts group tours for queer women and allies.
Photo courtesy of EveryQueer.

What’s new, Buenos Aires? EveryQueer is bringing just a little touch of queer quality to Argentina this fall. Prioritizing groups of queer women, transgender and nonbinary people, EveryQueer’s mission is to create a welcoming community for those who don’t see themselves in mainstream travel.

Start with vapor rainbows in Iguazu Falls on the Argentinian-Brazilian border and end with rainbow flags at one of the largest lesbian parties in the world, Fiesta Rose Girls in Buenos Aires. In the process, you’ll explore B.A.’s queer culture and historical landmarks and even learn to tango — with a queer twist, of course. Then show off your new moves atop a float at the Buenos Aires Pride parade. October 26 – November 4, 2024 

Thailand with Out Adventures

Men kayaking in Thailand as part of Our Adventures' group tour
Photo courtesy of Out Adventures.

If the world’s your oyster after one night in Bangkok, you’ll be dangling in pearls after nine nights in Thailand, including Chiang Mai, Krabi, and Phuket. Thailand may soon become the first nation in Southeast Asia to recognize same-sex marriage. The bill passed the House of Representatives in March and is poised to become law.

The Out Adventures “Temple & Beaches” group tour perfectly balances culture and relaxation with a dose of queer nightlife. Visit some of Thailand’s most revered temples in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, kayak through the sea caves of Phang Nga Bay, visit an elephant sanctuary, and dance the night away in Bangkok’s Silom neighborhood. February 7-16, 2025

Australia with Brand g Vacations

Two men at Sydney Mardis Gras
Photo courtesy of Brand g Vacations.

Your heart will go “padam, padam” during Brand g Vacations’ 14-day LGBTQ+ land tour of Australia. Explore Sydney and Melbourne’s urban sights and nightlife, and venture beyond the tourist trail with stops in Adelaide, Port Lincoln, and Tasmania.

You’ll enjoy private day cruises in Tasmania and Port Lincoln, encounters with kangaroos in Cleland Wildlife Park, and a wine tour at the High Sands Grenache vineyard. Save a little energy for the loco-motion; the Brand G experience also includes VIP treatment at Sydney’s Mardi Gras celebration, with a private bar, gourmet food, and guest DJs. February 16 – March 3, 2025

India with Source Journeys

An LGBTQ+ group tour poses in front of the Taj Mahal
Photo courtesy of Source Journeys.

Holy Holi! Vibrant culture takes center stage during Source Journeys’ 12-day India tour, visiting sites revered by Islam, Sikh, Hindu, and Buddhist faiths. Begin with touring the bazaars and ancient UNESCO sights of Delhi, fly to Agra for a private tour of the Taj Mahal, visit the “Pink City” of Jaipur, and see Udaipur from an exclusive boat ride on Lake Pichola.

Along the way, you’ll celebrate Holi, the Hindu “Festival of Colors, Love and Spring,” by lighting the bonfire at a local home before joining the party at a palace in Jaipur. Evenings are spent at five-star hotels, including the Rambagh Palace and the Oberoi Amarvilla, with uninterrupted views of the Taj Mahal. March 8-19, 2025

A world of adventure awaits every LGBTQ+ traveler

LGBTQ+ group travel

In a world as diverse and vibrant as the LGBTQ+ community itself, finding the perfect getaway that resonates with your spirit and welcomes you with open arms is not just a dream — it’s a reality waiting to be explored.

Through the enchanting lands of Ireland, the lively streets of Argentina, to the serene beaches of Thailand, these group tours offer more than just a travel experience; they are a gateway to discovering new cultures, forming lifelong friendships, and creating memories that will be cherished forever.

Don’t just dream about your next great adventure — make it a reality. Subscribe to the GayCities newsletter for the latest in LGBTQ+ travel, and take the first step towards your next unforgettable experience.

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