For over 15 years, the gay luxury supplier Source Events has been organizing cruises in a family atmosphere on small vessels and to extraordinary destinations. This year, some land adventures extend the program.
The gay cruise specialist Source Events has travel adventures on all five continents this year. The common denominator: The team always creates gay journeys in small groups to impressive destinations. This creates a family atmosphere that turns many holidaymakers into regulars.
The hearts of Craig Smith, Rafael Rodriguez and Michael Philipson beat for cruising, the team of Source Events. They have planned 6 cruises this year to celebrate their anniversary: 15 years ago, they first rented a sailing ship for a Source Events cruise, now their trademark. Thus the team let the champagne corks pop in March to celebrate with their guests on the historic three-masted Schoner Park Mandalay, which was built in 1923 in Copenhagen and last completely overhauled in 2012 . At full moon under puffed-up sails, the luxury ship takes two trips from dream island to dream beach through the Caribbean. Incidentally, the cruises offer the opportunity to dispense with annoying clothing in tropical climes.
In addition to the anniversary tours, Source Events also offers other cruises, including May’s first Pride Cruise from Miami to Cuba, with room for a total of 200 travellers. If you’re travelling, you can not only experience the Pride in Miami Beach, but then explore Havana. In August, a cruise around the North Atlantic island of Iceland allows a visit to the Reykjavík Pride, which rises immediately after the cruise. In October, a river cruise on the Mekong from Saigon in Vietnam to Siem Reap in Cambodia is also on the agenda, where the famous temples of Angkor Wat will amaze the visitors.
Meanwhile, Source Events also organizes gay group tours in the countryside. In July, a trip will combine Cape Town with a safari in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve and a visit to the stunning Victoria Falls. And in November, a classic is on the program: From Lima, the Peruvian capital, it goes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas to Cusco and Machu Picchu. There will be no lack of comfort here as well: the journey to the mysterious ruined city will be covered with the luxury train Hiram Bingham.
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