New England Road Trips: 4 Vacation Ideas for the LGBT Crowd

By Kelsy Chauvin

Hit the road and check out the lively, charming New England towns of Ogunquit, ME, Mystic, CT, Portsmouth, NH, and Provincetown, MA.

Gay and Lesbian Travelers: A Compendium of Trip Planning Resources

By The Frommer's Staff

We've assembled a full-blown list of agencies, publications and a myriad other resources for the GLBT traveler.

What's New: An Online Update for Frommer's Bahamas

By Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince

Despite some protests against gay travelers, the Bahamian government extends a welcoming hand, Cable Beach begins an extensive revitalization program, Atlantis looks to expand, new villas on Long Island and more in this latest report.


Destination Wedded Bliss for Same-Sex Couples

By Charis Atlas Heelan

'I now pronounce you husband and husband' (or 'wife and wife') takes on a real meaning when you choose to have a gay wedding in one of the four countries where same sex marriages are legal. Here's what you need to know.

Out and Proud: Recent Changes in Gay Travel

By Charis Atlas Heelan

The mainstreaming of gay travel means that gay men and lesbians are no longer restricted in their choices.

What's New: An Online Update for Frommer's Jamaica

By Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince

We've got the latest on the renewal of the Meet-the-People program, affordable accommodations, a warning for gay travelers and more.

What's New: An Online Update for Frommer's The Bahamas

By Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince

We've got the latest news on openings, closings and changes across islands to make your vacation go smoothly.

What Can a Woman Do in Off-Season Provincetown? A Lot!

By Kathleen Warnock

Hit this town before or after the prime summer tourist season, when you can still enjoy the natural beauty and the cultural scene that makes this centuries-old village one of our favorite spots.

Out to the World, Out in the World: Active Vacations for Gays and Lesbians Through 2004

By Robert Haru Fisher

An Arty Escape for Women Only in Historic St. Augustine

By Robert Haru Fisher