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New Caledonia in Top 10 Destinations for 2015

New Caledonia in Top 10 Destinations for 2015

New Caledonia has been ranked number 6 in the top 10 destinations Australians want to visit in 2015, according to Skyscanner. Furthermore, Trip Advisor also revealed the 10 destinations on the rise for 2015 and Noumea has been named number 2 for the South Pacific. At RainbowTourism.com, we’ve known that Nouvelle Caledonie is tops with […]

Eight Things to Do in Bali in 2015

Eight Things to Do in Bali in 2015

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a repeater like our staff, these are some fun and nearly free things to experience when in Ubud and beyond. The Rainbow Rambler has begun the checklist. Thanks to The Journey tourism magazine for compiling the suggestions. 8. Enter the Elelphant Cave – Done before the buses arrived. 7. Get […]

2015 Rio Carnival & Samba Parade

2015 Rio Carnival & Samba Parade

The Carnival in Rio is definitely the biggest and most famous, not just in Brazil but in the whole world. It is also the most visited. Hence Rio is dubbed the Carnival Capital of the Globe. Rio Carnival’s highlight is the Samba Parade. We suggest you go to a few balls – especially the Gay […]

Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Tip: When visiting a new land, listen to the locals, listen to your fellow tourists, put down your cameras and just be. Anyone who’s been to the Louvre in Paris or Borobudur Temple in Java will have seen that kind of tourist who walks around everywhere with their selfie-stick phone or camera in front of […]

Jatiluwih: World Heritage Ricefields in Bali

Bali’s Cultural Landscape is unique in many ways, especially with its terraced rice fields in the mountains.  Jatiluwih is a national treasure, picture postcard perfect. The Destination: Bali Accommodation: LGBT Welcoming Places to Stay

Adelaide only Australian City on New York Times List of Places to Go

Adelaide only Australian City on New York Times List of Places to Go

Never mind Sydney and forget the Great Barrier Reef — New York is telling the world to visit Adelaide this year. It is Australia’s only city to make The New York Times list of 52 places to go in 2015. The Big Apple’s prominent newspaper says Adelaide has “an energetic arts scene — anchored this […]

Canary Islands Attract Birds of a Feather

Canary Islands Attract Birds of a Feather

A vacation mecca off the sun-scorched coast of Africa, this Spanish-owned island is steadily becoming more sleek and seductive with new five-star resorts, international restaurants, private yacht charters, and other attractions of interestt to lesbian and gay travelers.  No wonder Gran Canaria is favored by gay and straight tourists looking for a break in the […]

Food & Entertainment by Auckland Artistes

Food & Entertainment by Auckland Artistes

Legendary Caluzzi Bar & Cabaret in Auckland is an unforgettable dining experience. From the moment you step foot off flamboyant K Rd and through the front door, the girls will serve you, entertain you and have you laughing until you cry. Caluzzi has been around since 1996, starting out as a one night a week […]

Video: Wine & Food Ad Puts Barossa on Map

South Australia’s multi-award winning “Barossa. Be Consumed” television ad has won the highest accolade at the Festival of Festivals in Vienna. Read more about things to see and do in South Australia and the Barossa Valley.

Tamu Seseh Anew – Bali Hideaway

Tamu Seseh Anew – Bali Hideaway

A look back through our archives shows the expansion of a great dream…a place in paradise for LGBT travelers seeking solace by the sea, and adventures along Bali’s best-kept secret coast.  Tamu Seseh, a perennial favorite of gay visitors – including honeymooners – might be off-the-beaten-track, but its near enough to the action. Then & Now […]

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Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Tip: When visiting a new land, listen to the locals, listen to your fellow tourists, put down your cameras and just be. Anyone who’s been to the Louvre in Paris or Borobudur Temple in Java will have seen that kind of tourist who walks around everywhere with their selfie-stick phone or camera in front of […]

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