Passport says itself that it is a ‘hetero-friendly gay travel magazine’. Which we think is quite a big achievement. The magazine is all about the best places to travel and where to go in order to experience the best gay, lesbian and transgender party scenes and festivals from all over the world. From America to Mumbai there will a huge variety of different locations discussed in this magazine.
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Passport has everything you’d expect in a travel magazine, with brilliant photography and an in-depth review of each location with local advice on where to go. The only difference with this magazine is that it focussed mainly on the GLBT lifestyle and aims to provide the safest and most enjoyable places to visit. This magazine is produced in America and is released every month. Readers can get great tips on where to look for the best airline deals and the best locations that many others may have overlooked in the past.
We were pleased to see a huge section on Yorkshire in one issue of Passport. It seems the American writers haven’t forgotten about the beautiful English countryside as well as all the other more exotic locations. The magazine tries to discuss as many different locations as possible so the reader can get a good overview on what the huge global holiday market has to offer. At the end of the some of the longer articles there are often useful sections which provide all the resources you’d need in order to book your next getaway to the location discussed in Passport magazine. They really do make it as easy as possible. So now you have all the information you need to get yourself down to Yorkshire! We think that you’ll enjoy yourself. We are all very nice here in the UK.
While this magazine does have a gay focus it tries hard not to alienate readers who are also interested in travel but who are not in the GLBT category as such. The destinations and advice are all top notch so there is nothing to stop any reader getting some good travel and party advice from Passport magazine.