PATA VE Bulletin (Oct 2016)

LGBT Travel

Authored by The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association


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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travel has become a significant segment of the global tourism market and its visibility will continue to grow as more countries adopt legislation that treats all of their citizens equally. The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association offers support to tourism businesses worldwide that are interested in providing a more welcoming environment for LGBT travelers, which can then translate into greater dividends for those businesses.

In this month’s VE Bulletin, LoAnn Halden, IGLTA Communications Director, provides a snapshot of the LGBT market with a focus on the Asia-Pacific and discusses trends and strategies for better engagement with this dynamic group of potential clients.