Day 5 - Chiang Mai After yesterdays big day at the elephant sanctuary, feel free to take the majority of today to yourself. Visit exquisite temples, palaces, and landmarks including the Taj Mahalexperience rich local culture, enjoy exotic cuisine, and ride camels and elephants on a friendly gay group tour!
If you enjoy dramatic diva impersonations or in the raucous revelry and gay nightlife of the Silom fashion shows, stick around for lip-syncing performances that often take place right in the middle of the street. This departure is closed and a wait list is not available.
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Welcome to the hottest place in the Middle East, and we're not talking about the temperature, we are talking about the most exciting, welcoming and gorgeous area of Israel and around it. A fabulous 14 nights all-inclusive gay group tour to the best tourist attractions in Northern India.
Our tour combines the must-see sights of Puglia with a sophisticated exploration of the food and wine specific to the region. A colorful Seychelles Honeymoon that will make you shed tears of joy! This is a sophisticated place where guests can expect to sample fine rarities that few Bangkok bars in the raucous revelry and gay nightlife of the Silom boast: exclusive wines, cigars, whiskeys, and resident DJs playing jazzy lounge house.
Christmas day will be an unforgettable affair spent at a world-renowned elephant sanctuary. Surrender your soul in the captivating cultural capital city of Varanasi, or mesmerize in the colorful charm of Rajasthan, its unparalleled culture and exotica on this journey.
Lunch will be included. Africa and Indian Ocean. From Chiang Mai we fly south to swim, snorkel and explore the tropical islands of Krabi. Money The local currency is Thai Baht. Africa and Indian Ocean.
English United States. Our trip begins with a Welcome Meeting at 4pm in the hotel. This is a strikingly beautiful way to reach Everest Base Camp and get the best views in the Khumbu region. Learn about, and spend time with, the majestic Asian Elephant. We usually recommend carrying local currency for small purchases, however credit cards are accepted at most upscale restaurants, and at hotels.
This is one of our most popular activities and a magical way to celebrate the holiday if you celebrate, that is!