The Best In Queer Travel

GO AWAY!

Lisbon, Park City, Curaçao, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel—relieve your post-holiday slump and expand your horizons with our picks for exciting winter travel.

Travel: New Zealand

More than just Kiwis and Lord of the Rings, New Zealand blends
cosmopolitan attitude with some of the Southern Hemisphere’s
most spectacular scenery—and it’s surprisingly easy on your wallet

Seville, Spain

Set in a valley along the river Guadalquivir, modern Seville is a fusion of Spanish and Moorish art, architecture and history, creating a uniquely romantic setting.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Affectionately known as the “Marvelous City” by the locals, Rio is a cosmopolitan city nestled between stunning endless beaches and lush rainforest topped mountains. With a great exchange rate from the U.S. dollar to the Brazilian Real, a trip to Brazil provides great bang for your buck. Brazil’s friendly and vibrant Latin culture will entice you from the moment you arrive.

Mapquest It!

Did your summer travel budget go toward the Con-Ed bill this year? It’s OK. GO’s perennial fab five favorite getaways are affordable, accessible and offer more than ever before!

Get Outta’ Town!

You don’t need a passport to explore the USA. Enjoy grits and shrimp in the dirty South, rope some cowgirls in the Southwest or cruise gay celebrities in LA.

How Sweet It Is

The newest lesbian cruise line’s environmentally friendly approach to travel makes fun in the sun affordable and completely guilt-free

Frequent Flyer Fantasies

We know, your vacation fund isn’t as fat as it used to be. But now’s the time to stuff your piggy bank, tabulate your frequent flyer miles and start planning a trip to somewhere far, far away: Tokyo, Japan or Queensland, Australia.

Chick Trips!

There’s always sunshine somewhere! Women exclusive travel companies
Maui Surfer Girls and Women on a Roll are ready to prove it with trips
that promise plenty of year-round outdoor adventure fun.

Halifax

Our neighbor to the northeast is a warm, welcoming haven, as cosmopolitan as it is quaintly historic, with year-round indoor and outdoor fun for all.