Gay Travel

Your trusted source for LGBT travel and services recommended by the community for the community.


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A number of destinations around the world promote themselves as “gay-friendly”. Typically, these are cities known for welcoming cultural diversity, such as San Francisco and Berlin. Gay travel has seen remarkable changes and growth in the past decade. With the emergence if the sharing economy, we even have companies like misterbnb catering specifically to the gay traveler.

We offer this directory, so that you can feel comfortable when you travel.  These businesses are either LGBT-owned or identified as LGBT friendly.  We hope you offer your feedback and rankings based on your experiences with these listings, so that other LGBT travelers can benefit from your input. Happy travels and as the say on the Flinstones – Have a “Gay Old” Time!

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Charlotte, North Carolina, LGBTQ Pride Festival & Parade

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LGBT tourism globally has been valued at $202 billion during 2014, based on 2013 expenditures as measured by the world’s largest LGBT research study “LGBT2020″ – World Travel Market, May 2014

LGBT Capital believes the impacts of LGBT Tourism & Travel on national and destination economies to be very important, in terms of direct financial benefit as well as more profound gains in terms of innovation potential and wider societal cohesion. LGBT as a population segment is widely accepted as having higher disposable income and growth-friendly consumption patterns – and from various research undertakings and reports, this segment is shown to travel relatively more frequently and for longer can therefore clearly ‘punch above its (already significant!) weight’ in comparative and consumer value-potential studies. Data on the estimated impact of international ‘inbound’ tourism on selected countries, regions and globally can be viewed and downloaded by clicking hereSource: LGBT Capital

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