Topics :: LGBT travel
CBS's Eye on America called it a "New Age Mecca." Good Morning America called it one of the "10 Most Beautiful Places in America." Rolling Stone called it "Freak Capital of the U.S." You'll just call it "fabulous."
If you feel like you're living life with a ball and chain attaching you to a cubicle, fear not. EDGE has scoured the globe for quintessential vacation experiences that will reinvigorate your zest for adventure. Consider the "YOLO" package in Sante Fe.
If you feel like you're living life with a ball and chain attaching you to a cubicle, fear not. EDGE has scoured the globe for quintessential vacation experiences that will reinvigorate your zest for adventure.
Put aside memories of sightseeing trips to Washington, D.C., returning home by school bus or family auto bleary eyed, unable to recount the distinctive features of the historic spots you stood in long lines to visit.
Uganda's tourism officials said they welcome LGBT travelers to the African country and that they should feel safe, even though lawmakers have pushed to pass a controversial anti-gay measure.
Gay Games 9 are underway in Cleveland and all eyes are on this bustling midwestern town. Planning a midwestern road trip? Put this on your list along with our recommendations of what to experience.
Ready to ride some waves? Head to Brazil for surf camp, co-hosted by GaySurfers.net and Brazil Ecojourneys.
Group tours sound easy: Choose a destination and the tour company plans your trip, delivering you to hotels, restaurants and attractions. You don't have to Google or organize a thing.
Looking for a budget-minded beach bumming location? Several serene towns along the Atlantic offer it all, with a dash of the rainbow flag thrown in for color.
A fascinating combination of big city and small town, Denver proudly drives the cultural pulse of the mountain time zone with quirks, culture, heritage and nature.