Top Ten Hottest Gay/Lesbian friendly Travel Destinations in the World

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Top Ten Hottest Gay/Lesbian friendly Travel Destinations in the World

The very basic core of a man's living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.” Anyone who has been bit by the travel bug is dying to take their next adventure. But the question remains as from where do they start? The answer to this question lies with LGBT India Tour. We after having a thorough study and research about LGBT community and after spending time in cocktail parties comes up with a conclusion that there are top ten hottest destination that the gay travelers visit frequently and are appealing to them.

1. Shanghai is swiftly becoming one the most modern, sophisticated cities in the world. It is especially in the limelight now because of the World Expo.

2. While India hasn't been a hugely popular destination for American tourists, the success of "Slumdog Millionaire" has made the country very intriguing and certainly talked about. The main attraction within India remains the Taj Mahal. Essential to any first-time visit to India is the "Golden Triangle" Delhi, Agra , home of the Taj Mahal, and Jaipur, one of the most splendid feudal city states in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is full of other attractions, particularly the cities that sprang up around the richly-ornamented palaces and forts of the rulers of old. Among closest to the Golden Triangle are Udaipur, India’s “City of Lakes,” and Jodhpur and Jaisalmer, caravan towns on the edge of the Thar Desert. A visit to Ranthambore National Park also fits neatly into a Golden Triangle itinerary. While it is impossible to see everything in India, filling a three- or four-week time span is not difficult. Kerala, on the tip of India, offers wonderful beaches, plenty of history and houseboat adventures. Nearby Madurai is India’s second oldest city that still attracts countless Hindu pilgrims to its ancient temples. Visit few romantic places like Goa, Khajuraho.

One of most oldest city, Varanasi, is best known for its cremations and ritual bathing on the shores of the Ganges. You can feel the beauty of Himalaya also.

3. Rio de Janeiro with its Christ the Redeemer statue, gorgeous beaches, and equally beautiful locals is very popular always and now more than ever, since winning the Olympic Bid for 2016!

4. Beijing is still of great interest because of Olympics, which were arguably the most ground-breaking of all time. Visitors come to Beijing to see the Bird's nest, but the stay to visit the Great Wall, Forbidden City, and countless sensational restaurants.

5. Berlin is hot, hot, hot at the moment. Streets that had grown somber and desolate during the days of the Berlin Wall are now alive with artistic expression. Berlin offers so much to its tourists, from its vibrant nightlife to its innovative artistic scene.

6. Machu Picchu is officially my favorite place I have ever been, and it is currently receiving lots of press about how you have to see Machu Picchu now before they limit visitors. The recent landslides are almost cleaned up, and trains to Machu Picchu should be using the tracks again in a matter of months.

7. Buenos Aires is often called the "Paris" of South America and it enjoys its reputation as one of the world's best bang-for-your-buck cities. Argentineans take great pride in everything they produce, and this is reflected in the wine, food, leather, and steak (this is the land of beef) coming out of the country.

8. Hollywood loves Las Vegas, and it remains a talked about and much visited destination globally. The biggest buzz about Vegas is that you don't have to love gambling to love the city, and it's cultural and culinary offerings have something for everyone.

9. Sydney, Australia is a perennial favorite....with friendly locals, beach culture, good restaurants, great hotels, lots of unique excursions and activities, it has it all. Adventure seekers can't stop the bridge climb and whether you love performing arts or not, it is pretty tough to not be impressed by the Sydney Opera House.

10. Cape Town for years has enjoyed a kind of exotic lore, and it owes its current popularity to the approaching World Cup and the accessibility to safaris and new hotels opening, like the Taj and One-and-Only.

If I could pick an 11th, I would choose Nepal. Based on the buzz I hear as I travel, Nepal remains one of the world's leading tourist destinations.

There are plenty of incredible places to visit that do not receive the attention they deserve, so never limit your travel to simply the places you hear about. For instance, I love bringing people to Guatemala, because once guests arrive, you hear "wow" more than almost any other destination. Check out the ruins of Tikal, Antigua, Lake Atitlan, and Chichicastenango.

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