Pink Iceland is Iceland's first and foremost gay owned and operated travel expert and your first stop when traveling to Iceland. Pink Iceland was founded by lesbian couple Eva María & Birna in March 2011 and in early 2012 their friend Hannes joined forces and the trio now owns and runs the company together with love. Pink Iceland works for and with the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender) community and specializes in day tours (gay tours), weddings, international and domestic events and festivals as well as organizing tailor-made luxury travel. With decades of combined experience in the tourism industry we guarantee a professional service, but perhaps more importantly a personal one. We at Pink Iceland pick our partners carefully, making sure our guests experience Iceland at its best and friendliest.
All our tours are customized and tailored to our guests' travel needs and interests. We specialize in multi-generational tours for FITs and small groups. Priority access to all museums and monuments is standard. We create travel experiences for mothers & daughters, gay couples, Jewish families with special needs, even for FITs with special medical issues.
Take a tour of what was Boston's most notorious neighborhood:The Combat ZonePart of modern Day Chinatown, the zone was Boston's red light district. A neighborhood that would become consumed by pimps, pushers and thieves.This guided walking tour takes you through those streets and actually gives you a glimpse into the past. Boston's first gay bar, the grand marquees of The Pilgrim Theatre and Pussycat Lounge. Tours Run Daily 11am.
11:00 - 13:00 hrs. start RijksmuseumLGBT art and culture tour : at the Rijksmuseum (you will have to purchase yourself the entrance ticket for the museum Euro 17,50)The Rijksmuseum and its art collection is one of the most spectacular in the world.Go for lunch in lgbt cafe Downtown in the gay street, Reguliersdwarsstraat.15:00 - 17:00 hrs. Start homo monument, Westermarkt.GAY LGBT History Tour: 400 years LGBT history from the 17th Century till Homo Monument 1987 and Gay marriage in 2001. The first in the world. Amsterdam as front runner in GAY LGBT rights in the worldThe tour ends on the Zeedijk in front of the oldest gay bar in Europe 't Mandje.
Week sailing excursion departing from Puerto de Mogan, in Gran Canaria island. We can go to different islands depending on the weather and clients preferencies.We will always recommend you the best options. We can do from only sailing for the experts to combine with land tours when we arrive to a nice area/harbor for less experienced sailors.The most interesting of the Canary islands is that every island is different from each other, so that makes the excursion very attractive, you will experience new things every day. The excursion is perfect for visiting 2 islands.The excursion explained is the basic one but there's the option of all included (ask for more information).Nudism is allowed on board and focussed mainly to gay people. Also the captain is gay and experienced in sailing around the Canary islands.The yacht is new, from July 2018, with 3 double cabin and with the latest technology on board and very comfortable for this kind of excursions.
Over the past few years, we have organized same day Taj Mahal tours for lots of gay and lesbian persons and received no complaints from them. So we suppose they didn’t receive any downside in India. Presently in India there is legal and social acceptance to the gay and lesbians and a favourable atmosphere. This has paved a way to the LGBTQ Tourism. Our LGBTQ friendly same day Taj Mahal tour is completely different to the other products and we promise full support to our guests. Who intend to travel to Agra with us. Agra is a major tourist destination because of its many Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Baby Taj and Mehtab Bagh, All of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The golden age of the city began with the Mughals previously known as Akbarabad, Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire under the Badshahs Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan.
Fed up on feeling uncomfortable on generic mass market tour buses? Let ''VIC Rainbow Tours'' take you on an exclusively Private LGBT+ Friendly tour of The Great Ocean Road! We understand the needs of the LGBT+ traveller & have been a big part of the local LGBT+ Melbourne community.We are also awesome tour guides & We have lived on the Great Ocean Road for over a decade!Our tours are designed to fit around your requirements and interests, so each tour is completely bespoke and tailored accordingly.We will take you to all the BEST bits of the great ocean road. We aim to give the best day we possibly can and want to show you the diversity of the road - from cliff top lookouts, to secluded sandy beaches, waterfalls, ancient rainforests, wild parrots, kangaroo's, koala, rock formations. We can't wait to share this fabulous area with you, on this Gay Friendly Tour. So let VIC Rainbow Tours brighten up your vacation. Hit us on via Whats App to discuss further!!!!!
Fed up on feeling uncomfortable on generic mass market tour buses? Let ''VIC Rainbow Tours'' take you on an exclusively Private LGBT+ Friendly tour of The Great Ocean Road! We understand the needs of the LGBT+ traveller & have been a big part of the local LGBT+ Melbourne community.We are also awesome tour guides! We have lived on the Great Ocean Road for 10+ years so guess what.......you will have a local to show you around!Our tours are designed to fit around your requirements and interests, so each tour is completely bespoke and tailored accordingly.This shortened tour will show you the main coastal section of the Great Ocean Road, all the way up to as far as Apollo Bay.**This tour does not visit the 12 Apostles - For this, please select our one day tour**Let VIC Rainbow Tours brighten up your vacation in a Gay Friendly Tour environment.If you wish to discuss any component of this tour, please message us on via Whats App to discuss further.
Tinian is where the Enola Gay & Bockscar took off from on the Hiroshima & Nagasaki attack missions. It would be a shame & a missed opportunity to come out all the way out here and NOT set foot on this island of historical significance. Drive the actual runway, see the bomb pits, bomb replicas, Japanese era structures & local cultural sites. Be among few people who've set foot here and relive its often overlooked role in history.TINIAN ON MY OWN? You could, but:● Typhoons (+ other activity) often unearth sites NOT on maps and that require secret detours to reach.● The bomb replicas (originally intended for public view) are on private property; many folks aren't aware of them.● Maps won't reveal local lore, facts the books don't or get wrong, introduce you to locals who can share stories about life then & now, nor include insights a guide gains from giving tours, or having written several books about the islands as I have!Sometimes you sacrifice a little without a guide!