Gay Rajasthan Tour – The Largest Fort in India

Gay Rajasthan Tour - The Largest Fort in India

Chittorgarh Fort (Hindi/Rajasthani: चित्तौड दुर्ग Chittorgarh Durg) is the largest fort in India and the grandest in the state of Rajasthan. The fort, plainly known as Chittor, was the capital of Mewar and is today situated several kilometres by road south of Bhilwara. It was ruled initially by Guhilot and later by Sisodias, the Suryavanshi clans of Chattari Rajputs, from 7th century, until it was finally abandoned in 1568 after the siege by Emperor Akbar in 1567. It sprawls majestically over a hill 180 m (590.6 ft) in height spread over an area of 280 ha (691.9 acres) above the plains of the valley drained by the Berach River. The fort precinct with an evocative history is studded with a series of historical palaces, gates, temples and two prominent commemoration towers. These monumental ruins have inspired the imagination of tourists and writers for centuries.

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Gay Luxury Tours to India – Out Journeys

Gay Luxury Tours to India - Out Journeys

Luxury Stays in India, Relax and Rejuvenate yourself, Enjoy the Gay Experiences in India. Travel with Out Journeys – India’s first gay international travel company. http://www.outjourneys.com

Gay Wildlife Tour – Chasing the Tiger

Gay Wildlife Tour - Chasing the Tiger

Meet Smasher—the male in the background. That’s the name Steve Winter gave this youngster, cooling off in a watering hole in Bandhavgarh National Park, after he slapped the automated camera trap until it stopped clicking. Both tigers are thought to have killed people, and Smasher is now in captivity.

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Gay Goa- Gay Friendly Hotels, Gay Nightlife

Gay Goa- Gay Friendly Hotels, Gay Nightlife

If the call of the sea beckons, come down to Goa, where you can spend your days lazying on a sunny beach and pass the nights away in celebration and revelry till the sun comes up again. The three days in Goa, you are free to roam about on your own and explore this charming place just like you’d want to.

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India: A Gay Experience

There are about 2.5 million people who belong to the LGBT community in India. India is a growing market in terms of LGBT Tourism. We at Out Journeys have been working hard to provide the best services to our gay clients. Every now and then we upload a new tour for our guests, and try and work with best of hotels which are gay friendly. Our drivers and guides are generally gay friendly, sometimes if there is availabilty we provide gay guides for the tours aswell.

We like to create or design the tour with special activities in mind. We provide gay massages in Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Kerala in the hotel room, and take our guests to gay parties if such parties are been organised at the timing of the tour. Some special decorations are provided in the rooms like flower decoration, wine served etc just to make your stay at bit romantic. We try and give our guests as much as private time they want so that they can enjoy there time and nobody disturbs them.

For single travelers we try and arrange some parties so that they meet a few good Indian men on their visit to the country. Occasional pride events are also part of our activity list, and if there is one pride going on we try and make our guest visit the destination.

Apart from our tours that are uploaded in our website www.outjourneys.com we also provide customised tours so that guests can visit destinations of there choice. Also there are many who asks us that if they can join an on going fixed departure, we provide them with some if there is one which is going on on the travel dates.

We try and make our tours as customer friendly as possible, and try make them less hectic and more relaxed, we try and give the less drives and more flights and sometimes overnight AC sleeper trains so that the tours become cost effective.

We welcome every member of the LGBT community to visit India atleast once, coz we know if you visit once you would definitely like to visit again and again. We make you vacation a lifelong experience. Come out in India with Out Journeys – India’s first International gay travel company.

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The Journey of The Earth

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Cross Country with Out Journeys (Gay International Tours)

Hello Friends,

We have started a new set of tours for our Gay and Lesbian friends to travel not only to India but neighbouring countries as well. These tours will make you get an experience from not only India but Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Thailand.

Earlier this year we had two guests who visited for a period of 3 months and they traveled to three countries with us. They were very happy and satisfied with the services that we provided and the after the overwhelming feedback we thought of starting tours like these on a regular basis.

We have put up a few of these tours in our website www.outjourneys.com, but one can travel on customised tour according to their requirements. We at Out journeys generally like to make our guests stay in nice gay friendly scenically beautiful resort rather than dumping them in a room in a crowded and dirty hotel. We realise the fact most of our guests love to relax thats why we try and put activities like Spa, Yoga, Gay massages etc. And for people who love to go out and explore we take them to gay meeting places, gay parties, gay bars. A few other activities that we provide on demand are a astrology session, Boat rides, Jeep Safaris, Cuisine classes etc.

We try and keep a blend with the travel part and the gay activities so that the tour becomes more attractive to Gay and Lesbian travelers.

As we know that India is becoming a major destination of Gay tourism in Asia as many travelers keep coming, we wish to serve them the best. We request everyone to Come out in India …

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India’s First International Gay Travel Company

We are very thankful to everyone for making us grow within a year. Our LGBT friends across the globe who have visited our very own Incredible India, we would like to thank them specially. We started offering North IndiaSouth IndiaGoa tours in our initial days. We expanded our horizon in the domestic circuit with Keralaand Wild Life Tours. And Now we wish to conduct International Tours which is specially for our LGBT friends in India who have supported us since the very first day.

We are now offering tours to Australia and South Africa. And we hope to expand the International Horizon pretty soon. This tours will specially designed for our LGBT friends in India to travel abroad to various other gay destinations in the world, this is going to be one the greatest opportunities to meet fellow gay travellers along with local LGBT communities of different parts of the world. People have supported us and helped us grow in the past year, it is time for us to give back our services to them.

We think International Gay Group Tours should be the new way of Gay Pride, the LGBT people of this country should come out in other parts of the world as they did in their own country. One can even join the major prides in the world like Mardi Gras, São Paulo Gay Pride etc. The people of the world should also come to know that we Indians are also proud of what we are !!!

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The LGBT India Buzz(16th Aug – 26th Aug 2011)

Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay (IIT-B) became the first Indian campus to recognise a support group for gays, called ‘Saathi’.On August 1st ‘Saathi‘(support group for gays) made a presentation on homosexuality as a part of the orientation.

Imran Kahn graces the cover of the country’s first registered gay magazine as the newly crowned gay icon.Imran Kahn is the first actor in the country to feature on the cover of the Gay magazine.

Why IITians need a Saathi?-Here are some of the life stories of the people involved with Saathi, the LGBT group formed at IIT Bombay, and despite their efforts to prevent others undergoing this trauma, they still face some opposition.

IGNOU  introduces Gender Studies Course.

US, Europe debt crisis could impact inbound tourism in India.The ongoing debt crisis in the US and Europe is expected to impact inbound tourism into India this season, according to hoteliers and travel companies as per a PTI report.

Tourism Minister asks Kerala to set up land bank for tourism projects.Targets would be set for states in tourism promotion and stress would be given to develop infrastructure and for ensuring hygiene and safety at tourist destinations.

Gujarat government is now looking at putting in place a policy for cruise tourism in the state in a major move that will give a boost to the many tourism initiatives taken for Gujarat as per a report in Business Standard by Lakshmi Ajay.

Out Journeys : Come Out In India

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The Day of Pride – The Celebration of our Freedom

Some dates become synonymous with life changing moments, for India’s LGBT community 2nd July is one such date. It was on this date, in 2009 that the High Court struck down the draconian Article 377 and within moments, millions of people in India realized what it felt like to be free again!

The day was celebrated with abandon this year again, the pride parades at Delhi, Mumbai and Kochi were resplendent. There was no over the top show of pomp but a resolute belief in our own identity. While the masses celebrated freedom, the recent law in New York that allows gay marriages was spoken of with passion and aspiration. That is indeed the right India’s LGBT community wants to get..and why not!

Members of the Delhi LGBT community look on as celebrations begin

Tme to smile together, for freedom!

The pride in Delhi was special because it was mostly organized by the members of The Queer Campus, a group of college students who have liberated themselves and now celebrate their true identity. The young boys and girls from the Queer Campus spoke about their experiences, joys and aspirations as the crowds cheered them on.

The young organizers of the parade – Super Stars!

That was not all, the Delhi Drum Circle came out in support of the LGBT community and thrilled the crowds with a early impromptu performance. The dancing and hugging was spontaneous and almost an emotional moment for me.

Member of the Delhi Drum Circle mix it up to the delight of the crowd!

Time for a hug!No Fear, just Pride!

The graffiti on the wall was full of promises to stand up for our rights and to strengthen the community against any odds. The media loved it too, they were around in full attendance taking pictures and sound bytes. All in all, an event worth remembering!

This was the first pride of the Out Journeys team and I am so happy to see India coming out!