Gay Travel Brazil

Gay travel Brazil Guide to resources

Brazil is still in it's infancy of embracing lesbian and gay diversity among both Brazilians and tourists alike.

And although there is a growing body of information on gay Brazil culture and gay travel in Brazil, this is not to the extent of that provided for non gay Brazil travellers. Additionally, the vast majority of information on gay travel to Brazil is in Portuguese.

The following Gay Brazil travel guide provide some helpful information on travel and other useful resources to help you plan your gay Brazil travel northeast.

Gay Brazil travel resources guide

Gay Magazines

If you can read Portuguese, you can keep updated on gay culture, issues and gay life in brazil, via the following gay publications:

Elelectronic Magazine G!Web

Grupo Arco Iris (Portuguese only). The name means Rainbow Group and is dedicated to the defense of the rights of gay people. The site is seeking help to have it translated into English

Mix Brazil (Portuguese only) A magazine publication offering news about the gay life and culture in Brazil, featuring articles, main events, health news, the law and more

GLS Celebrities Lists countless lesbian and gay personalities and influential people in Brazil's history

Gay Travel Brazil Hotel Guide

Guia Gay Brazil Some content is in 3 languages, Portuguese, English and Spanish on several major Brazilian cities. Useful resource on gay travel Brazil accomodation and hotels, listing numerous lesbian-gay-friendly hotels, restaurants, travel agencies etc.,

Gay Guide of Hotels Another gay guide to hotels and accommodations

Gay Guides Brazil

Gay Guides on Northeast brazil: sao paulo rio curitiba florianopolis minas belo horizonte manaus maceio recife natal fortaleza campinas goiania brasilia cuiaba aracaju salvador vitoria niteroi campina grande caruaru

Arraial D'Ajuda Bonito Bzios: Florianpolis Fortaleza Foz do Iguau Ilh?us Itacar? Macei? Natal Pantanal Paraty Porto de Galinhas Porto Seguro Recife Rio de Janeiro Salvador Sao Paulo Trancoso

Cabo De Santo Agostinhno Pernambuco: Northeast Brazil, Recife, Olinda, Porto de Galinhas, Suape, Gaibu, Calhetas, Litoral Sul, Porto de Suape

International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association

International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) A world leading travel trade association committed to growing and enhancing its members' gay and lesbian tourism business through education, promotion and networking. Comprising of travel agents, tour operators, hotels, guest houses and other gay travel Brazil resources, travelers can search, contact and draw on the experiences of other travelers worldwide for their travel needs. Businesses may also join the association for gay and lesbian travel exposure.

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