Wednesday November 27, 2013

More than 10,000 women will visit Barcelona to enjoy 7 amazing parties, recreational daytime activities and the best lesbian aimed vacations ever. Along with the festival offer, Barcelona will also bring to its visitors that “hot plus” which everyone is talking about: sun, beach, culture, gastronomy, nice and friendly people ! Not in vain, Barcelona has already consolidated its position as one of the most popular European point spots for the LGBT community.

Read more: From August 13th - 18th 2013, Europe’s biggest lesbian festival will celebrate its 6th anniversary.


olivia typeqImagine a 9k stretch of white, sandy beach with endless waves of warm, blue-green Caribbean Sea cradling countless bodies playing in the surf.  Did I mention that all those bodies are Lesbians?  Hundreds of Lesbians frolicking in the surf?  Welcome to Half Moon Cay in The Bahamas, Olivia-style.

Read more: Babes on waves


lesbianasviajeras moroccoWe offer you the possibility to join these trips, where cultural tourism blends with an exclusive environment of women, that will allow you to share a different experience of this entertaining and interesting way of travel. By joining us you can enjoy private holidays, away from large groups of tourists, which in most cases do not share the same concerns and needs of our travellers.

Read more: Marrakesh, Morocco: End of the Year in one of Morocco´s most exciting cities


lesbianasviajeras tunisiaFor all those women who want to visit Tunisia, we offer a taylor made trip in a 4 x 4 car across the country. This trip includes a private driver and a guide for the group attended by our friend agents in the country and Lesfriendly company, "La Rosa del Desierto". Tunisia is a nice and interesting country to visit and this is why we have prepared a program to visit the essential Tunisia for one week.

Read more: Visit Tunisia

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AkramKhan NACAkram Khan Company l DESH ~ NAC

November 14th - 16th

Hailed as an international treasure following his singular contribution to the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony, Akram Khan returns to Ottawa with DESH

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