Best Gay Honeymoon Destinations 2019

If you and your partner are looking for a place to enjoy your honeymoon, here are the best gay honeymoon destinations for 2019.  


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Iceland is one of the most gay friendly countries on the Earth! For starters, Iceland has the world’s first openly gay head of state. Second, gay life is at the heart of Iceland’s culture, with gay owned places to stay and restaurants to try. The views are second to none, the hot springs and heated lagoons attract tourists from around the world, and no one will bat an eyelash if you embrace your new spouse in the warm waters. Plus, flights are the cheapest they’ve ever been to boost tourism. 


Hawaii has been a number one honeymoon spot for years running, and it’s becoming a top destination for same sex couples as well. The “Aloha” atmosphere is accepting of everyone, and more couples are deciding to get married in the island state of Hawaii. 


Mexico is an amazing destinations for relaxation in the day and parties all night. If that’s your style, Mexico is one of the top gay honeymoon destinations, and has been welcoming same sex couples for years, and the pride events attract tens of thousands. Prohibido, for example, is a popular nighttime LGBT festival that was attended by 70,000 gay couples in 2018. 


California, namely Napa Valley the state’s wine country, is the perfect place for a romantic and relaxing gay honeymoon. California is the state with the highest concentration of LGBTQ residents, which means California cities are filled with gay-friendly areas and events. So sip on your wine and enjoy the views as well as the company.


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Why not visit the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, the Netherlands! Amsterdam, one of the most popular cities to visit, is host to one of the best pride events of all time. The raindbow flags are constantly flying, but during pride events the city is teeming with love and acceptance, and there’s no better place to celebrate your new marriage than in the place that first embraced it.


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