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"I HAVEN'T BEEN EVERY-

WHERE

BUT IT'S ON

MY LIST."

 

Susan Sontag

Gay Tour Asia was founded by Peter Hosie a person with a passion for traveling and has been operating gay tours all over the world from Sydney for many years. He has traveled extensively to most parts of the world and has vast experience in tourism which is demonstrated in the quality and variety of tours that he designs and operates.
 
 As a team, we are dedicated to providing the best service to all our clients. From the time you first contact us until the happy completion of your travels, we will there to assist, advise, and supply everything to your own specific requirements, guaranteeing full satisfaction. We will design your itinerary so that it is convenient and efficient so that it includes the most interesting destinations and sights, the best accommodation in your price range, and offers true value for your budget.
 
We have information on tourism of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Indian Ocean Islands on our website. All the destinations have been handpicked by Gay tour Asia for their attractiveness and to suit a wide variety of interests. Whether it is a honeymoon trip, a beach vacation, a luxury train tour, a high lifestyle tour (with top spas), or a spiritual journey, you can be sure you will receive the best of service from us.
With Gay Tour Asia, you will travel to your favorite destination in comfort and style with all the assistance and friendly guidance.
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203/115 - Mc Leay St. Potts Point
NSW-2011, Australia

Meet the team

Santosh

Why travel?

I love helping people plan their trips away, they really value our travel experiences and knowledge and put a lot of trust in us. Plus we get early access to the newest and best products, so it's a job where you never stop learning and falling in love with it all over again.

What is your favourite destination?

Tufi Dive resort in Papua New Guinea is just the ultimate getaway, surrounded by beautiful tropical fiords, estuaries, local village tribes with no modern conveniences what so ever. So peaceful with stunning bird and plant life everywhere you look, being in a canoe in the middle of it all is just breathtaking.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Barcelona! Such a beautiful city, gorgeous people, beaches, parks and night life in countless supply and of course the food and sangria! The fact I speak Spanish and love immersing myself around that and all the cultural differences that go with it is probably a large part of why I love it so much, oh and Sitges is so close by!

Where's the next destination on your list?

Berlin, The city of the moment, time to get lost in its amazing history, while seeing the new funky place that has emerged and just let it all hang loose.

What are your top 5 travel tips?

1. Go with the flow, travel with an open mind.

2. Travel insurance, make sure you have some.

3. Plan ahead, especially if you have a big trip in a short amount of time and it may be peak period.

4. Try long trips away, 3 -6 months around the world, it is a different way to see life, short trips are cool too, but mix it up for some true life travel experience.

5. Book with a travel agent, we know a few secrets here and there.

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

My mobile phone charger.

Rajen

Why travel?

Travel will open your eyes to cultures and people you can only experience by getting out there and seeing the world.

 

What is your favourite destination?

Very difficult to just have one favourite – think it would have to be Thailand but closely followed by Greece.

 

 

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Half the year in Sydney (summer of course) and half in Thailand. Feels like second home already have been there so many times.

 

 

Where's the next destination on your list?

Morocco and some other parts of Northern Africa.

 

 

What are your top 5 travel tips?

If you only have a short time to travel don't try to fit in too many places or things to do , must take time to relax , keep your plans flexible , try to travel lightly and talk to a local

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

My lucky tee shirt from Hawaii and a trashy book for the beach/pool

Rajat

Why travel?

Travelling is one of my true passions in life. Exploring the world and discovering new cultures, places, and traditions is exhilarating and life-changing. Travel turns life into adventure and being in the business of helping people realise their dreams is one I've always wanted to get into.

What is your favourite destination?

Hmmn…Different places for different results! My favourite place to chill and laze around would have to be Phi Phi Island in Thailand. Favourite place(s) to party would be Key West in the Florida Keys and South Beach Miami.

 

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I love Sydney, but I'd love to live in New York City for just a year or two, though I would have to work on my tolerance for cold weather…

Where's the next destination on your list?

I'm off to Bali in a couple of weeks. I've never been so I'm really looking forward to daily cocktails and massages.

 

What are your top 5 travel tips?

1. Research your destination

2. Meet the locals and hang out with them for a while

3. Don't plan too much. Exploring and discovering places 'by chance' is always fun

4. Get travel insurance - a lesson learnt the hard way.

5. Consult a travel agent, they know what they're talking about!

 

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

Easy…iPod.

Peter

Why travel?

I love challenging myself with different cultures and experiences. There are so many varied destinations in the world so my list of holidays is very long and growing!!

What is your favourite destination?

I have been very fortunate to travel to India twice in the past 8 months, and am forever amazed at this very diverse country. It is a huge country with beaches, deserts, mountains (even skiing), wet lands and fantastic cities! It also has a fascinating history, and beautiful temples, forts and palaces, plus fantastic food and luxurious hotels!! In India I have also experienced some of the friendliest people and enjoyed the best service anywhere...

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Tough one! My ultimate goal is to follow the sun, so I cannot narrow this down to one place.... I would love to spend part of my year in each of the following; beautiful Bali overlooking a rice field, relaxing on a Greek Island near the beach, chilling in the desert of Palm Springs, and the remainder in fabulous Sydney.

Where's the next destination on your list?

I always have a few trips planned. How can you not!! My next trip is to Vietnam for a birthday which will be my fourth trip there, and I can't wait! I must say I am finding the Middle East fascinating, so want to go to Iran and Lebanon as my next big trips!! We have had a few clients travel to Iran, and they all loved it!!

What are your top 5 travel tips?

As long as you travel with a credit card you can pretty much get anything you need whilst travelling, so I am never too stressed about taking everything!! I definitely pack Nurafen, my iPod with both my chilled music to fall asleep to on flights and also my upbeat gym tracks, a good trashy novel to read by the pool (and there will always be a pool), and my sense of humour and adventure!!

Travelling is an amazing experience and you just have to remember this!!

 

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

Plenty of socks as I hate washing them in the basin, and they always turn out a bit stiff afterwards!!

Rhythm

Why travel?

I’ve always wanted to find out what’s around the next corner or over the next hill, whether in the city I live or on the other side of the world. You never know what you’re going to find and I love the sense of excitement that I get when discovering something new for the first time.

What is your favourite destination?

Antarctica – the coldest, driest, highest & windiest continent on Earth! Just getting there is an expedition in itself, flying first to Buenos Aires and then on to Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego to board the ship for the voyage across Drake Passage - it feels like going on a real adventure. The truly spectacular landscape, unique wildlife, fascinating history of the explorers and on-going scientific research combine for an awe-inspiring destination and an unforgettable journey.

 

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

It would have to be somewhere by the sea – my Dad was in the Navy and I grew up in an English seaside town, so I love living in Sydney with the beautiful harbour, fabulous beaches & great weather to enjoy it. I think that of all the places I have been, I would choose to live on the Mediterranean Coast in the South of France. It has the sea & sun as well as the best food & wine, with the added bonus that you can get to almost everywhere else in Europe in just a couple of hours.

Where's the next destination on your list?

I spent a couple of days in Argentina on the way to Antarctica, and I would love to go back to explore more of South America. My dream itinerary would include trekking in Patagonia, walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, seeing the Iguazu Falls and then recovering from all that hard work with a cocktail on the beach in Rio de Janeiro!

What are your top 5 travel tips?

1. Give yourself plenty of time & don't rush – it's better to have some time on your hands than to be stressed about missing a connection.

2. If going overseas, try to learn at least a few words in the local language as it really helps break the ice.

3. Carry some cash in smaller notes, you never know when you might need to jump in a taxi – also great if you just want to grab a coffee.

4. Travel light – unless you're going on a cruise!

5. Pack your sense of humour and don't worry if something doesn't go to plan – it sounds corny but you will probably look back and laugh about it later.

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

My Swiss Army knife – I have had the same one for over 15 years and it goes everywhere with me! From opening bottles of wine in Italy to fixing broken sunglasses in Hawaii it has been indispensable, and I would never leave home without it.

Sakshi

Why travel?

It feeds the soul, takes you out of your comfort zone and makes you appreciate what is important.

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.– Mark Twain

 

What is your favourite destination?

South Africa, India, Kenya and Bali If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?Cape Town, it is such a stunning, vibrant and fun city. Istanbul, a fabulous city to explore enjoy culinary delights. Rome, a truly romantic city, that you never want leave and overwhelms with it history.

 

Where's the next destination on your list?

Zimbabwe, Kenya, Namibia, Sri Lanka

 

What are your top 5 travel tips?

1. Educate yourself about the destination.

2. Have a sense of humour and smile

3. Learn some local words

4. Relax and take in the environment.

5. Get lost every now and then, throw away the guide book, some of the best things are discovered this way.

 

What is a must-have in your suitcase when travelling?

Passport and a sense of humour.

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Mailing Address: Australia
203/115 Mc.Leay St., Potts Point, NSW 2011, Australia
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308, DDA-1, District Centre, Janak Puri, New Delhi, 110058, India

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