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Amsterdam is the greatest planned city of Europe and arguably the most gay-friendly city on the planet.
Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda is a twin-island nation in the Americas and it lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The country is made up of two main populated islands, Antigua and Barbuda, and several other smaller islands such as Long, Green, Great Bird, Guinea, Maiden and York Islands, and further south, the Redonda island.
Aruba was first discovered in 1499 by Alonso de Ojeda, a Spanish explorer. After nearly 140-years of Spanish colonization, the Caquetio Indians, which were part of the Arawak Tribe, inhabited the island after migrating from Venezuela to avoid attacks.
The Bahamas became a British Colony in 1717 and became a hide and hangout for famous pirates such as Blackbeard.
Bali is a province of Indonesia that is located between the islands of Java and Lombok island; Bali island is also commonly referred to as The Island Of Thousands Temples, The Island of Gods, and Bali Dwipa.
Named because of the golden jewelry worn by the local tribes when Christopher Columbus encountered them, the Rich Coast has been an explorers paradise.
With a large and protected natural port, Curacao became a nexus of the Netherlands Antilles. Under Dutch rule, the island boasts bright vibrant colors, a rich history, and is the birthplace of the liqueur Blue Curacao.
The Dominican Republic is the earliest of all European colonies in the Western Hemisphere.
This Pacific Island nation has become a melting pot. The cultural makeup of Fijians includes the native Fijians, Chinese, Europeans, and Indo-Fijians.
Greece and the Greek Islands are a vacationer's dream. Sun-drenched beaches, secluded bays, perfect sunsets, seeping in history, and the food are just a few of the reasons vacationers visit this beautiful country.
The dream destination of just about every traveler, Hawaii calls to us all with multiple islands to choose from, everyone can have their dream vacation.
Ireland is the home of Saint Patrick, Guinness, rolling green hills, and rich culture.
Israel is considered one of the most important locations for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Throughout history, Israel has been contested by all three religions. Today, Isreal is a beacon of LGBTQ travel in the Middle East, welcoming our community and treating us as equals under the law.
Jamaica is home to all-inclusive resorts, Blue Mountain coffee, volcanic hills, old sugar plantations, and beaches meant to be on post-cards.
Los Cabos has always been a popular destination for those traveling along the Pacific coast of North America.
The Maldives is a country in the Indian Ocean made up of 1,190 islands. Starting in 1153, the country was governed as an independent Islamic sultanate. It remained this way until 1887 when the land was colonized by the British. In 1965 the Maldives was granted independence from Britain.
Peru is a very old country. The earliest inhabitants arrived there about 15,000-years-ago. Societies emerged on the west coast more than 5,000-years-ago and began to spread inland. These included the Chavín, the Moche, and the Nasca.
Once Europe's most powerful country, Portugal shares commonalities with Northern Europe and the Mediterranean. Portugal offers travelers a unique mix of culture, history, sun-drenched beaches, and a very healthy LGBTQ scene.
Puerto Rico is the Island of Enchantment with a rich history, amazing food, beautiful culture, and enough adventure to keep anyone busy.
Venice has a history that spans thousands of years, but that history, technically took place before the city was known as Venice. Venice, as the tradition of the town goes, was founded in 421 A.D. Throughout its history, Venice has seen a lot of things. Venice was originally a part of and controlled by the Byzantine Empire.