Portugal has become an increasingly popular destination for gay travelers, and we’ve almost finished the design of the perfect Zoom Vacations tour to Portugal. Here are some key reasons why Portugal stands out as a particularly fabulous destination for LGBTQ+ travelers: • Legal Protections: Portugal has made significant progress in LGBTQ+ rights and legal protections. Same-sex marriage has been legal since 2010, and anti-discrimination laws are in place to protect LGBTQ+ individuals from discrimination in various areas of life, including employment and housing. • Acceptance and Tolerance: Portuguese society is generally accepting and tolerant of LGBTQ+ individuals. Major cities like...
Every year, Zoom Vacations attends a number of travel shows, which is one of the ways in which we find the best tour guides, excursions, and hotels worldwide. One of the most important ones (PURE) takes place in Marrakesh. This year it was due to begin the day after the recent earthquake in Morocco. Since we were not sure if the show would be canceled or not, but largely due to our own commitment and love for Morocco, Zoom Vacations made the decision to come to Marrakech anyway. It was not an easy decision, because we were not sure if...
Mark and Ivan from Puerto Vallarta decided to come see for themselves why our Vietnam and Cambodia tour is so special, and we are certainly glad they did!
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As someone who grew up in the UK, Tim had invaluable insight and perspective during our tour, since India was a British colony and much of its history is tied to the UK.