I have been living in Cancun for 10 years. I love to promote Cancun but in this instance I would suggest you go to Puerto Vallarta if you want a gay beach and bars. It is a much better "gay" destination
Along the coast you can find the most spectacular turquoise waters and powdery soft white sand beaches. We fully intend on seeing more because our experiences to date have been amazing! Like all the destinations we travel to, we want to explore what gay Mexico has to offer and how safe it is for gay travellers.
In recent years, LGBT rights in Mexico have expanded, though tolerance of sexual diversity was prevalent in indigenous Mexican culture. For these reasons, and much more, it is a popular destination for many gay travelers. InMexico became the sixth most visited destination in the world, proving that interest in this dynamic country is only growing.
Tulum was an original resort town for Mayan kings, where they rested and seriously worshiped the sun. The town is dotted with Mayan ruins, many right on the beach, which provides a unique contrast from the ruins further inland. It's also easier to swim here: the island of Cozumel blocks much of the pounding Gulf surf, calming things down nicely!
For those looking for the perfect mix of culture, a city break and the ability to switch off by a beach then this itinerary is sure to appeal. The exclusive resorts are the ideal place to crack open your first bottle of tequila, soak up some sun and relax. Start your Mexican adventure in Mexico City.
Please check our Merida listings page as well. A small gay owned and operated bed and breakfast right on the beach in the small fishing village of Chelem just outside the port town of Progreso. They offer a space catering primarily to gay men and the LGBT community but they welcome anyone who is accepting of other lifestyles.
Arriving early to Chichen Itza rewards you with an uncluttered site before the crowds. Unlike Mexican resort towns on the Pacific side of the country which have been the focal point of gay nightlife and entertainment, Cancun and its resorts and towns on the Riviera Maya are only now emerging as gay destinations. Gay events and nightlife here may seem sparse, but are expected to grow rapidly in coming years.
In this guide we will cover the best beaches, gay areas, shopping, preferred hotels and gay resorts, gay bars, clubs, restaurants, and places to meet and interact with locals. We found the need to make this guide because people kept asking us for one because an online search often comes up with only one bar or outdated information as well as incomplete and not informative info about gay life and tourism in Playa Del Carmen. People are just starting to discover what others have known for a while now, Playa Del Carmen is a great destination. It is becoming just as attractive a some of the other gay and lesbian destination.
In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and overall advice for other LGBT travelers to get the most out of their time on the road! This month, Dani from Globetrottergirls gives you the ultimate Lesbian friendly travel experience. When I started planning my first trip to Latin America inI wondered what it would be like to travel with my girlfriend in strictly Catholic countries, many of them known for their culture of machismo.
The ancient Mayan civilization has excited, baffled and amazed scholars and history enthusiasts the world over and the legacy it leaves behind is clear to be seen in this gay group trip of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Discover everything from the ruins of the temple s and towns that they left behind to the beautiful Caribbean beaches and underwater caverns. This gay group trip is one like no other and allows you to immerse yourself in the authentic, Mexican cultural experience whilst travelling with other like-minded gay travellers.