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Out Adventures Gay Travel

We’ve planned slick, small-group escapes for our community since 2009. We also support the queer communities we visit, even in less-than-gay-friendly countries, because we can still enrich local lives and learn about their experiences. It’s a major reason that we’ve become one of the world’s leading LGBT travel brands. Check out what else makes us different.

We look after you

From your first inquiry until you return home you’ll feel loved. We make a point of getting to know every guest because it’s the best way to ensure you have the time of your life.

We’ve been there

Having explored 100+ countries, our queer crew knows how to navigate local customs and attitudes about the LGBT community. Rest assured we’ve done the leg work so you feel safe and welcome while travelling with us.

We’re conscientious

Every detail of every itinerary is considered. We seek out the best local restaurants, authentic experiences, boutique hotels, and partners that go beyond “friendly” and truly welcome the LGBT community.

We support the LGBT community

Meet an out, proud author in India or donate supplies to Cuban activists. We love to support ‘family’ around the globe, and we’re even a top fundraising team at Toronto’s AIDS Walk.

Our staff and guides are rockstars

From our head team in Canada to local guides around the world, we all share a passion for travel. Meet the men and women who will make your next gay holiday amazing!


Enjoy freedom and flexibility

Some operators sell bare-bones itineraries at great prices, then charge you hundreds more for excursions and upgrades. Other tours are so intense you need a holiday before you fly home. Out Adventures balances destination highlights with time to do your own thing – at a fair price no less.

Small groups and like-minded travellers

Our land tours never host more than sixteen guests, and our biggest cruise is only 40 people. Guys actually get to know each other, and small boats let us visit charming spots like Korčula in Croatia – this town is unreachable by larger ships, but a favourite destination for us. Typical travellers are 40-55 years old, usually North American, with a mix of couples and singles.

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