If you want to explore multi-faceted culture, Out Of Office’s Indochina experience will tempt you. Roam round markets filled with local chatter, handmade souvenirs and a buzzing atmosphere. Gaze at city views from hilltops in Laos or a plush bar in Bangkok. See breathtaking holy statues and learn about past tragedies in Vietnam, where the empathy of the people is still strong today. You can truly immerse yourself in these cultures in every way possible: from the middle of dazzling cities, to the water, to the 328th step of Mount Phousi.
These countries are the home of biblical stories. You can walk through the same streets it is said Jesus did, and even see the location of his tomb. The archaeological site of Petra literally emerges from a rockface, an incredible scene. You can break up your immersion with history by relaxing on beaches or enjoying the gay friendly culture of Tel Aviv.
Mexico is full of vibrant, flamboyant places for you to be a part of. You would not want to miss a night out in Mexico City, where a wealth of gay bars and clubs welcome you enthusiastically. During the day, slow down a bit and appreciate the heartachingly beautiful remnants of abandoned cities, or gorge on the local cuisine. And you won’t want to miss the local drink of choice” tequila!
The itinerary title says it all. Satisfy your cultural cravings by surrounding yourself with modern Croatian life, from the architecture, to the food, to the people. Step directly into the past by exploring ancient ruins and towns many of which are used in the tv show Game of Thrones and all beautifully preserved like a real-life postcard. Head up to the Plitvice Lakes to experience nature in all its glory.
Peru is an incredibly spiritual place, where you can’t help but be touched by its profound sentiment. Spend your time seeing the incredible monuments between each luxury hotel, starting from Lima and ending with walks among Inca villages, a simple and refreshing way of life. The landscape is unforgettable, from the rise and fall of Machu Picchu to the turrets of the city of Cusco. If your perfect holiday involves appreciating the rich differences of your destination, through being involved with real people rather than simply walking through museums, Out Of Office’s Peru itinerary is ideal. You can also opt to join a gay group trip if you would like to travel with like-minded people.