Gay friendly south america
While most countries in South America are largely Catholic and retain a very conservative outlook, many of these destinations are evolving to embrace their LGBTQ communities, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Colombia and parts of Chile. Below we've compiled a list of. These are our most gay friendly cities in Latin America where we felt the Argentina, the big cities of Colombia, parts of Mexico, south Brazil. This year's edition of the “Spartacus International Gay Travel Index,” released in February, places several Latin American countries among the. Although Latin America is one of the most devout Catholic regions in the world the majority of cities are quite Cosmopolitan and accepting of homosexuality. Places of high fashion such as Buenos Aires and Lima are full of gay friendly hotels and restaurants, not to mention trendy bars and clubs. Gay South America Beginning with the snow-capped tops along the Andes towards the canals along the Amazon, South America flows a stunning variety of natural marvels. This is a region of lush rainforests, immense volcanoes, beautiful cloud forests, deserts, redrock faced canyons, iceblue cold glaciers and sunkissed pristine beaches. In New Zealand was the first nation to adopt the label of ‘Gay/Lesbian Friendly’ when referring to businesses and accommodation – an initiative now recognised globally. The country offers a brilliant network of gay- and lesbian-friendly homestays which run the length and breadth of the country from the top of the semi-tropical North Island to the depths of the glacial South.