Considered until recently as a niche tourism, LGBTQI+ tourism has become more normalized and amplified over the years. This progress is due to the associations and individuals who mobilise daily to make the voices of their community heard. Society must now be inclusive and open-minded, as must the tourism sector and its many actors. While some companies take advantage of Pride Month in June to show their support for the community, others mobilise 365 days a year. Here is an overview of LGBTQI+ - friendly tourist destinations and actors.
A fast-growing market Times are changing and attitudes are evolving, if many tourists from the community used to hide their identities during their stays, this is now (almost) no longer the case. LGBTQI+ tourism is now a significant part of the tourism industry, as figures published by The...
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