Greetings, Fellow Space Travelers! Zachary Moses, a writer of HeTravel.com, doth bringeth glad tidings with the launch of HeTravel.space. This platform is dedicated to showcasing the availability of space travel to the LGBTQ+ community. With the aid of our partners, Virtuoso, who are a network of luxury travel advisors, and Virgin Galactic, the pioneers of […]
The Gay Travel Blog
Shared Humanity in Central Europe
HE Travel delivers amazing tours around the world through our rich network of partners. These local companies and guides know their home region well, and together we create our unique tour itineraries. Fellow National Tour Association member Discover Slovakia Tours is the long-time partner for our Capitals of Central Europe tour to Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, […]
Zachary’s Notes – Ranches, B&B’s, & Escaping Hurricane Ian – October 2022
Greetings Fellow HE Traveler’s, This last month has been another one crammed with activity. I hosted another successful SW Colorado Gay Dude Ranch adventure tour this month. The horses were great, and the food was spectacular! I’m not going to lie, I put on a few pounds. Colorado is always a ton of fun, and […]
Zachary’s Notes; Colorful Colorado tour, September 2, 2022
Hello fellow HE Travelers, I’m sitting on the balcony of the General Palmer Hotel, a historic hotel in downtown Durango, Colorado. I love this town, and I love this hotel! My view looks like something from a movie set. Up the street is the Strater Hotel, which has been visited by many US Presidents. We’ve […]
Paperwork, who needs It?
I know, paperwork feels a bit like homework, but receiving current and accurate information from our clients leads to a stress-free tour for you. It’s vital that you send this information and that you sign that dotted line.
Southern Hemisphere Glaciers
Rivers of Ice Glaciers are ice fields on mountain slopes that remain ice throughout the year. They appear to be stable, but they are continually following gravity down the mountain like a river of ice. On warmer days, the front of a glacier “calves” into the ocean or other bodies of water. In colder seasons, […]