14 - Step Up Your Online Brunch

Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

If you’re missing your friends and those weekend catch-ups over omelettes and unlimited mimosas, it’s relatively easy to replicate those boozy brunches at home while supporting local restaurants affected by COVID-19. Here’s a few steps to get those bottomless mimosas flowing. First, you gotta make it official and send a virtual brunch invite to your friends. Send it via Paperless Post or another digital invite platform. Next up, you gotta set a date and time and then direct them to the local restaurant that you’re supporting and be sure to send them a link to the menu. Then, all you have to do is go live on Zoom and cheers your friends as you brunch it up. Social connection while physical distancing is especially crucial for us as human beings as we’re wired for relationships and companionship. By having virtual Zoom brunches you’re not only supporting local restaurants but you might be helping a friend in dire need of social connection during these times. If you’re already having virtual brunches with your friends, go ahead and send us some of your tips too. Feel free to share a screenshot of you brunching it up and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

Also follow me on Instagram at @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content, @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and tell it to simply “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!

13 - Travel Planning Eases Pandemic Stress

Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

Do you catch yourself these days often daydreaming about an epic getaway? Let me tell you, you’re definitely not alone. This might be an excellent time to start planning your next dream vacation. There’s so many amazing deals available if you book now for travel later. Many resorts, hotels, and airlines have less restrictive cancellation policies that you can take advantage of right now. If you’re like me, it might be hard to imagine planning something so far in advance, but there are some benefits. Having something to look forward to and be excited about can boost your mental health and outlook during this pandemic. Bring your partner and friends into the fold to make it a fun activity planning this epic trip. If you really do your research you can strategically support the LGBTQ+ community in the travel industry and in the process discover some fantastic gay-friendly destinations and gay-owned businesses. Imagine a trip to Puerto Rico, dipping your toes in the sand and then walking the streets of Old San Juan while experiencing Puerto Rico’s vibrant LGBTQ culture. And then take a short road trip over to Rincón and have an incredible dinner at the intimate and lesbian-owned Italian restaurant, Mangia Mi. So what dream vacation are you planning for your post-COVID-19 celebration? We’d love to see a photo on social media, so share it and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

Also follow me on Instagram at @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content, @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and tell it to simply “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!

12 - Dance For Joy With Joyce

Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

This is for all of you out there that are missing live theater and performances. Check out the incredible list of shows and resources offered by Joyce Theater. It features performances from around the world for anyone who loves dance. Just go to Joyce.org/BringDanceHome. Some highlights include the Royal Danish Ballet, TED Talk: Dance, the Paris Opera Ballet, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Whether you want to sit back and watch an international dance show or take an at home dance class from the comfort of your living room, this list will allow anyone to enjoy the beauty of the creative live arts no matter where you are. If there’s a particular performance that you enjoyed, be sure to share with it us on social media and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

Also follow me on Instagram at @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content, @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and tell it to simply “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!

11 - Queer, Far, Wherever You Are Closer Than You Think

Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

Did you know that you can now take a virtual trip to “Queer, Far, Wherever You Are”? Check out Buddies In Bad Times Theatre on Instagram @buddiesTO to watch daily live performances that were only accessible at their 12 Alexander Street location in Toronto. Buddies In Bad Times Theatre is the world’s longest running queer theater where countless LGBTQ+ artists have dreamt up, rehearsed and shared their work. Have you ever witnessed a live performance at this iconic Toronto theater? If so, we’d love to see a photo or video on social media, so share it and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

Also follow me on Instagram at @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content, @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and tell it to simply “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!

10 - LGBTQ+ Safest & Most Dangerous Travel

Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

This is certainly more on the controversial side, but the 2019 travel destinations are in and Nigeria has ranked as the world’s most dangerous country for LGBTQ+ travel. Next on the list is Qatar, followed by Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Tanzania. Also on the list and not too far behind are popular tourist destinations Barbados, St. Lucia, and Maldives. This is all according to the newly created LGBTQ+ Danger Index, which ranks 150 of the world’s most visited countries. So where’s the safest place to go for LGBTQ+ travelers? Ranking at #1 is Sweden, closely followed by Canada, Norway, Portugal, Belgium, and the UK. All of which are well known for being incredibly welcoming to LGBTQ+ travelers. Which country have you traveled to that made you feel the most safe and welcomed? And do you have a different experience of a country that’s listed on the LGBTQ+ Danger Index? Be sure to share it with us on social media and #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.

Also follow me on Instagram at @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content, @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and tell it to simply “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!