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

The Journey of The Earth

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What to expect from India ? (Part 1) – Gay Tourism India

We at Out Journeys welcome you to the Seventh Largest Country in the World with a population of 1.2 Billion. What do you expect from India, a question that can be answered completely once you visit the country. We can only give you the information about what to expect, but to experience Real India, you got to be here.

Though the Gay communities are mostly prominent in the bigger cities in India, there is enough one can explore. One can find Gay parties, Gay massages and also Gay guides to assist them for the tours. Most of the Major Hotel chains are Gay friendly, so accommodation is not a problem in India. Some of them work exclusively with Out Journeys. 

There are many other things that a traveler can expect from India. It depends on what the traveler wish to see and take from India. If he/she likes Wild life than there are a number of places that one can visit starting from Corbett National park in the North of India. Its the first National park in the country. Other popular national parks are Ranthambore in Rajasthan, Bhandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench in Madhya Pradesh, Periyar in Kerala, Sunderbans – The world’s largest delta in West Bengal.

For the love of hills and snow peaked mountains, India has a lot to offer. From the Paradise Kashmir to Sikkim in Northeast there are numerous places worth a visit. Other hill stations which are not part of the himalayan range are also popular destinations in India and are travelers perfect hideout from the crowd. Destinations like Munnar and Waynard in Kerala are very popular among travelers across the globe. Tea gardens of Darjeeling also welcomes a lot of tourists in West Bengal.

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Ayurveda and Yoga Tours for Gay and Lesbian Travelers

Ayurveda or knowledge for long life is a traditional medicine system prevalent since the Vedic Period in India. Inspired by nature itself, the unique and holistic science, addresses the mind, body and soul simultaneously. Thus, becoming a system that not only cures diseases, but works to help people arrive at perfect health.

There are many destinations in India and Sri Lanka where treatments are done to many travelers visiting the places from across the world. In India Kerala, Goa and the Himalayan region are very attractive destinations which attracts many travelers to spend a few days relaxing in the Ayurveda and Yoga centers Meditating and Rejuvenating themselves.

In order to cater such clients who are looking for Rejuvenation Tours we have identified a few places where they get the best possible treatment with amazing natural locations. Resorts which have good doctors and staff taking care of the clients are identified by Out Journeys so that our gay and lesbian travelers get to experience the best services in the Country.

We have had a few clients who have traveled to Ayurveda and Spa Resorts in Kerala stayed there and enjoyed the beautiful locations of Kerala. We have offered them a blend of Ayurvedic treatment to rejuvenate themselves not at the cost of time they wish to travel. We offer Ayurveda Tours in places with amazing natural beauty whether in Kerala, Goa or the Himalayan region.

Spending a few days the best in Ananda in Rishikesh makes a travelers life a memorable . Located in the tranquil Himalayan foothills, close to the mythological cities of Haridwar and Rishikesh, surrounded by graceful Sal forests, overlooking the peaceful Ganga as it meanders into the distance, Ananda is the spiritual pathway to the ultimate, discovered through the union of body, mind and soul. It is not just a retreat that will leave you breathless with the enchantment of its surroundings, but assists in redefining lifestyles to include the well-known traditional Indian wellness regimes of Ayurveda, Yoga and Vedanta combined with best of International Wellness Experiences to bring about the union of mind, body and soul.

We welcome everyone to visit India and experience the Ayurveda and Yoga Tours. We at Out Journeys helps you experience the best.

For tours mail us at info@outjourneys.com or Log on to www.outjourneys.com 

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The Indian Winters for Gays and Lesbian travelers

We at Out Journeys are now the India’s First International Travel Company catering the LGBT clients. We welcome guests from across the world to come to India and also to visit different other countries like Bhutan, Nepal, Burma
(Myanmar). We know also cater the Indian Gay and Lesbian community who are willing to come out for an vacation outside India, meeting the local LGBT community of the other countries like Thailand, Australia, South Africa.

The winters are the peak season in India. A few noted destinations that can be visited can be found in our tours. The tours range from South India to North India. Major destinations like Agra, Goa, Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai are covered by us. We also provide tours in which travelers can enjoy Camel Safari in Jaisalmer, Auyurveda trips of Kerala, Cuisine and other special forms. We also arrange entry in Gay parties that happen in the major cities from time to time.

India is Gay friendly and traveler who feel safety an issue should not hesitate now. We have gay friendly hotels, gay friendly drivers, Gay guides, helping the guests to visit the Incredible country. Privacy of the guests are very important to us. We care our guests and follow the tradition norms of the country where Guest is God.

We also keep keen interest about the enjoyment and relaxation of the gay travelers in our tours, so as customize the tours according to their needs. We make the tour relaxing and leave time for shopping and other recreational activities that can be enjoyed in the various cities in India.

We welcome all LGBT guests from across the world to Incredible India.

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Out Journeys – Come Out In India!

India has long enjoyed a unique, non-judgemental culture where men feel comfortable walking hand-in-hand with other men down the street, and even sharing the same bed while traveling, without raising an eyebrow. Straight men, that is. But for centuries, under antiquated morals imposed under British rule, India’s LGBT communities had remained deeply closeted. Fortunately for 17% of the world’s LGBT community, that is changing, and rapidly. Last year, the much hated British-era “Section 377” banning same-gender relations was ruled unconsitutional by the Supreme Court, and a refreshing wave of emergence, identity and community pride is sweeping across the country.

Now is the perfect time plan a trip to India; a rare opportunity to experience this historic birth and transformation among our community. And, of course, to explore the treasures that are unique to India: Her dazzling festivals, spiritual heart, fascinating craft bazaars, dynamic and living history, cultural and ethnic diversity, and spectacular natural landscapes and wildlife.

Out Journeys, an LGBT-dedicated tour operator based in New Delhi with over three years of group and independent tour design experience, is launching a global campaign to raise awareness of India as an LGBT-welcoming destination.

“We started Out Journeys not simply as a business venture. We are doing this because we want to share the dynamic, exciting LGBT-welcoming perspective of India with the world,” said Abhinav Goel, founder of Out Journeys. “The Out Journeys team prides itself in having a keen eye for unusual experiences, such as a romantic full moon evening at the Taj Mahal. Additionally, we’re partnering with LGBT events such as Pride and Film Festivals to bring unique community-based connections. We send our guests home with a lifetime of warm memories of our country and our genuinely friendly people.”

Enormous Interest Among LGBT Travelers

Recent research among 3,865 American LGBT consumers conducted by Community Marketing, Inc. (CMI) demonstrated the pent-up LGBT travel demand for visiting India. Among the findings:

  • Culture, history, temples/religion/spirituality and cuisine are the top activities and interests
  • When past LGBT visitors to India were asked if they would return, over 80% indicated, “yes.”
  • 35% of past LGBT visitors to India had been there multiple times.

“The research found that among gay men, India ranks as the #2 desired cultural/adventure destination in a select list behind Thailand, and followed by China, South Africa and Japan,” Said Tom Roth, President of CMI. “India is the #1 desired destination on this list among lesbians surveyed. Out Journeys is reaching out to welcome the global LGBT community, to meet this demand.”

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