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Oasis Sens rolls out new LGBT friendly red carpet

For our three weeks in Cancun, we stayed at the Oasis Sens (formerly known as the Sens Del Mar and the Grand Oasis Playa); as of January 4, 2013, this resort officially markets itself as LGBT friendly

Global potential value of LGBT leisure travel market set to reach...

New research released at the World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, today (November 7, 2012) revealed that the global potential value of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and

Marriott launches new ad campaign for frequent business travelers

BETHESDA, Md. - Marriott International, Inc. today introduces its newest advertising campaign designed to showcase the breadth of its brands and welcome all frequent business travelers.

World Travel Market unveils world’s largest LGBT research program

World Travel Market (WTM), the leading global event for the travel industry and Out Now, the leading marketing organization to reach LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) consumers, are expan

Spain’s popularity with LGBT travelers keeps growing

Spain’s popularity with gay and lesbian travelers keeps growing.

Israel to gay tourists: We’re open for you!

Israel to gay tourists: We’re open for you! Nelson Alcantara

Tolerant cultures reaping the benefits from gay travelers

A benchmark affiliate report has been published by the UN World Tourism Association (UNTWO) in partnership with the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association.

New era in gay travel

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – In 1986, the first all-gay cruise set sail out of New Orleans with 750 guests, thanks to Kevin Mossier, founder of RSVP Vacations.

FITUR 2012 announces staging of second edition of FITUR LGBT

The exhibition area devoted to the LGBT tourism segment, which is organized in collaboration with Diversity Consulting and enjoys the support of the Madrid City Council Tourism Department through the

Why it is smart to go after gay Canadian travelers

Travel Gay Canada (TGC) has announced the findings of its second research study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-identified (LGBT) travelers. The finding?

Nepal aiming to attract 200,000 LGBT tourists in 2011

KATHMANDU - Nepal plans to attract around 200,000 sexual minorities including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersexes (LGBTI) during the Nepal Tourism Year 2011 (NTY-2011).

World’s largest global LGBT research study uncovers large untapped gay markets...

The Latin American region represents a very large - and untapped – lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) marketing opportunity for the travel and tourism industry, reveals research released

Philadelphia Navigaytour to give tourists history of gay Philly

While countless tourists flock to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection each year to visit the locales that helped solidify Philadelphia’s moniker as the “Birthplace of America,” LGB

First ever travel awards honoring the LGBT traveler’s favorite destinations

Logo, a unit of Viacom's MTV Networks, announced today that TripOutGayTravel.com, its comprehensive travel site dedicated to the LGBT traveler and MTV Networks' first stand-alone, travel-focused site,

London ready to welcome Gay Tourist Office

The Gay Tourist Office will be the first and only, dedicated, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender visitor center in London, serving as a vital resource for London's LGBT residents.

Philadelphia sees jump in LGBT tourism marketing

A recent study found that the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection has increased in popularity among LGBT travelers.

European tourism and hospitality leaders to gather in London for LGBT...

Unprecedented economic challenges facing the global tourism and hospitality industries have led leaders to explore viable "niche" markets to fill the gaps.

Corporate America embracing LGBT customers, travel dollars

Major corporations and countries are vying to tap into the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travel market --what experts are now calling a $65 billion industry.And that $65 billion is an annual number and just in the United States.