Golden Triangle with Ranthambore
Tour of India
Delhi - Agra - Ranthambore - Jaipur - Delhi
07 nights/08 days program
This is a private tour so you are not bound for the dates. It will start from any day at your convenience. All tour can be customized as per our guests`requirements.
The famous Golden Triangle of India actually covers three most beautiful and captivating cities of the country Delhi (the capital of India), Agra (the city of Taj) and Jaipur (the land of Rajput kings).
In this tour you will also experience the wildlife in Ranthambore. This is Rajasthan's first Project Tiger reserve & named after a 1000 year old fort which stands in the park.
Highlights of North India
Delhi - Lucknow - Varanasi - Bandhavgarh - Khajuraho - Agra - Jaipur - Pushkar - Udaipur - Bombay
You now move to the mighty Indian deserts, your first stop being the pink city, Jaipur. Here you can explore the vibrant markets, forts etc. Your next stop, Udaipur is also famed for its palaces and havelis bringing a nostalgic ring to the trip. After that you journey to Bombay, the coastal metropolitan full of life and a great deal of hubbub and is also the epicenter of gay life in India. Sprouting with life, this city has much to offer its tourists be it beaches, architectural feasts or monuments. The last stop of the trip, it is sure to be a perfect end to a completely Indian experience.
Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Osian - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Deogarh - Samode - Agra - Delhi
Starting from Delhi, the capital of modern India, this itinerary takes you across the state, bringing alive the vibrant colors of the desert state. Visit Osiyan on the sand dunes and the great kingdoms of the Rajputana- Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur, and Jaipur where even so many years after democracy handed power to the people, the old ways live on. In most places, erstwhile rulers are still addressed as 'father', 'protector, 'provider of the food', and command both respect and loyalty and though the pomp of ceremony many not compare with what it was in the old days, just a glimpse of the shadow of a royal lifestyle can be a fascinating and memorable experience.
The South African Safari
Gay South African Tour for our LGBT friends
We welcome you with open arms and hearts and the warmest, widest of smiles, excited to invite you to our shores, homes and braais.
Experience the hospitality wherever you go and get in touch with our wide variety of fascinating cultures and local traditions. Our people are ready to show you our country\'s natural wonders, draw you into the rhythm and soul of Africa, give you close encounters with our regal wildlife and take you on an unforgettable journey through our ancient and recent past.
Experience Gay South Africa
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Gay India - Temple tour with exotic beaches
Gay Tour of India - Temple Tour with Exotic Beaches
We at Out Journeys always come up with something new for our Gay and Lesbian guests from across the world. This time we are offering a Temple tour along with some exotic beaches in South India. As you know India is a country where there are people of many religions like Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Janis, Zoroastrians etc. We will take you to some of the amazingly beautiful places in South India where you will experience the architecture and spirituality. Some of most amazing beaches will also be covered in this tour. We know the requirements of our Gay and Lesbian friends so we create tour keeping in mind their privacy and we also put in some surprise LGBT elements in these tours. Out Journeys is popular brand among Gay and Lesbian travellers. We hosted the 1st Asian Symposium on LGBT Tourism in New Delhi. We are also IGLTA ambassadors to India and India’s first International Gay Travel Company.
Classic South India
Chennai - Mysore - Coonoor - Cochin - Kumarakom - Periyar - Madurai - Tanjore - Pondicherry - Chennai
An exhilarating and unique ride on the Toy Train takes you through the natural beauty of the Nilgiri 'blue mountains from Ooty to Coonoor. There's more of nature's bounty amidst the scenic beauty of Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary that slumbers on the banks of the famous Vembanad Lake, with its majestic canals, streams and distributaries that weave an intricate and enchantingly beautiful web around the countryside. Cruise the backwaters in country boats, absorbing the beauty of Kerala villages. Pause at Western Ghats, and watch elephants, samber, tigers, gaur, lion tailed macaque and Nilgiri langurs. You can watch them frolic at the edge of the lake from the safety boat. It would not be far from the truth to assert that vast diversity that is South India cannot be encapsulated in one itinerary.
Wonders of Ladakh
Ladakh Gay Tour
Ladakh, open to tourism only since 1974, is a land of high passes, bounded by the Karakoram and the mighty Himalayas. The Indus with its tributaries acts is the lifeline for Ladakh's scanty population.
Ladakh covers an area of 97,000 sq kms, and has an average elevation of 3,500 m. It is often called 'Little Tibet', because of its topographical and cultural similarities with neighbouring Tibet. In the early days, Ladakh played an important role being strategically placed at the crossroads of important trade routes to Central Asia. This now remains in the past, with China having sealed off the borders of Tibet and Central Asia.
The rugged, arid Ladakh mountain-scape has been the subject of many a photographer and destination of world-class mountaineers. Its brackish lakes at high altitudes, picturesque peaks, charming mountain villages, expansive meadows, wildlife, monasteries, rich heritage, awesome physical features, and remoteness sets it apart from other favourite holiday hot-spot.
Ladakh provides great opportunities for adventure sports such as river rafting, trekking, mountaineering and mountain biking. Adventure tourism has contributed in a big way to Ladakh's economy.
Ladakhis are sweet natured, hard working and fun loving people marking every occasion with festivities. There are a number of Monastic festivals held through out the year, whose dates are decided according to the Tibetan calendar. During summer, most villages hold colourful archery festivals and contests, while most of the religious and scio-cultural events are held during the winter.
The Ladakhis are largely dependent on cattle. They comprise a predominantly Buddhist population with the only exceptions of Kargil and the Suru Valley which is inhabited by Shia Muslims and share cultural similarities with Baltistan, now in Pakistan.
The main languages spoken are Ladakhi, Purik, Tibetan and English. Being in the rain shadow of the Himalayas, it is generally dry, with hot and dry temperatures during summers, and cold and dry during winters. Its winter season is long with temperatures dropping to minus zero, and summer, warm with cool nights. Temperatures of -60 have been recorded in Drass.
The best time to visit Ladakh is between May and October.
Lesser Known Gems of Kerala
Bombay - Vythiri - Cochin - Alleppey - Murinjapuza - Marari
Your first night in India will be in the lively city of Bombay. After an overnight stay, you're introduced to the diverse heritage of this city throbbing with life. It has much to offer you, be it the beaches, the bustling markets or the diverse mix of people around. Once having experienced this multicultural city, you fly to the coastal down of Calicut and after a picturesque drive, arrive at Vythiri.
Best of Heritage sites in India
The ancient land of India portrays a landscape of vibrant cultural heritage and spiritual mysticism. This particular section invites you to lose yourself in a journey through the fascinating lanes of the country, which reflect its numerous national traits, such as art, national identity elements, cultural extravaganza, and so on. Living up to its name, this section houses information on all the elements that go on to shape this splendid nation called India, and is an enlightenment zone for anyone who wants to know all about this spiritual country.
Upto the Himalayas (SUV 4x4)
Delhi - Leh - Delhi Expedition in a 4x4 SUV (2012)
There are many ways to reach Ladakh. Some brave souls do it by motorcycle. There are even more noble spirits, who manage it by cycling. I cannot say much about these, apart from that it will provide excellent opportunity for photography, whatever may be the hardships.
Reaching Ladakh is not so easy, unless you decide to fly both ways. But then, as a friend says, if you fly you miss everything in between.
Chasing the Tiger
Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Agra - Bandhavgarh - Calcutta - Sunderban - Calcutta - Delhi
Criss-crossing across the breadth of North, Central and Eastern India; this tour will bring the mystery and glory of the Royal Bengal Tiger alive for you. Starting from the nation's capital Delhi where you will see the experience centuries old culture, svour delightful cuisine and experience a happening gay nightlife scene the tour will take you to Ranthambore where it is a near certainity to spot not one but a few tigers in their natural habitat. Bandhavgarh will be your next tiger haven where Rudyard Kipling wrote his famous Jungle Book - watch the magic come alive in these famous jungles. Having experienced the majestic beauty of Taj Mahal and the palaces of Jaipur in between, we will take you over to the culturally rich metropolis of Kolkata - The Bengali cuisine is something you will not want to miss out on.
Our final stop in this tour will be at the Sunderbans - the giant mangrove forests where the tiger is almost mythical. The Tigers at the Sunderbans swim like a fish and have a aura around them. This will surely be an experience that you will not like to miss.
Experience the land where the Tigers now feel the safest with a small group of like minded people.
Gay Thailand Tour
Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands. Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.
Australia - Gay Travel Down Under
International Gay Tour
Visit Australia once - and you're sure to come back to this land of friendly people and natural beauty
Australia is one of the great treasures of the Earth -- immense, primordial, fascinating. With just under 20 million inhabitants, the place has a truly virgin feel to it, unspoiled and unmarred by humans, like the world before we were here.