GayTravel’s Top Ten Southern Hemisphere New Year’s Destinations

Author: , December 14th, 2011

New Year's Eve in the Southern HemispherePlanning on ringing in 2012 south of the equator? Check out our list of the best places to kick off the New Year in style!

10. Windhoek: If you’re looking to begin the new year in an exotic, low-key locale, consider Namibia’s capital and most cosmopolitan city. There are many world-class resorts to choose from and several gay-friendly venues, including Plaza in Maerua Park. German and African cultures combine for a travel experience like no other in the world.

9. Johannesburg: South Africa is the most liberal country in Africa and most accepting of the LGBT community. If you find yourself in “The City of Gold” on New Year’s Eve, there are several great places to celebrate. There are gay and lesbian bars with special events in the neighborhoods of Boksburg and Melville, as well as a few great venues in JoBurg’s Design District.

8. Buenos Aires: Feliz Ano Nuevo! There are amazing parties happening throughout Argentina’s capital city but most of the gay New Year’s action will take place at venues in Microcentro/Monserrat, Recoleta and Villa Crespo. So raise your Quilmes (a popular local beer) and celebrate with a bevy of hot Porteos.

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Five Great Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve, 2011

Author: , November 23rd, 2011

FireworksNew Year’s Eve is celebrated all over the world with various different types of celebration, but one thing that is for certain is that wherever you go; there’s bound to be parties, smiles and usually fireworks. Here is our guide to the top 5 places to celebrate New Year’s Eve…

It goes without saying that London plays a genial and merry host for a New Year’s Eve party, with the River Thames itself serving as a spectacular venue for this special night. What could be better than celebrating the New Year as you pass through this historic City?

Many companies offer river cruises, giving you a prime location to enjoy the fireworks display by the London Eye, whilst enjoying food and drinks along the way. You’ll have to get down by the Thames early to get a good spot, however the fireworks are an amazing site to behold, and you’ll be able to see them from miles away.

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Gay Bahamas Cruise Planned for New Years

Author: , November 14th, 2010

Caribbean Gay CruiseA classic American song asks, “What are you doing New Year’s, New Year’s Eve?” If you are looking for plans the Norwegian Cruise Line ship the Sky, and Under the Rainbow Umbrella are hosting a cruise to benefit the Poverello Center. Travel Pride, the premiere agent handling tours for the LGBT community is managing the event.

The Sky disembarks on New Year’s Eve at 6 p.m., from Port of Miami for a four day, three-night cruise to benefit the Poverello Center.

“Norwegian Cruise Line is looking very forward to hosting the gay community on board the ship,” said Dale Madison of the Poverello Center and Under the Rainbow Umbrella. On board guests will enjoy special amenities such as a daily happy hour, with hors d’oeuvres, and swimwear fashion shows!

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