Expand Your Horizons with Toto Tours

If you want to travel to some truly exotic places then consider the wonderful award winning Toto Tours who have an amazing range of destinations. They have been serving the LGBT community since 1990, and have the distinction of being the only gay tour company in existence which has been operating with the same ownership and management for such a long span of time.

Toto Tours pride themselves on their dedication to creating exciting travel opportunities that enable our community to explore the wonders of the world in comfort and safety while having the time of their lives.

Clients come back year after year to travel with friends they met on previous trips, meet new people, and explore different parts of the world.

Toto Tours have many amazing tours coming up this year, but two that caught our eye were tours to Spain and Brazil, check out more details below.

Pantanal Wildlife Safari, Brazil

August 2 – 11, 2019   $5,300 pp

Located in the geographic center of South America, the Pantanal is the largest wetland plain on the entire planet. Its fields and mountain ranges, bays, rivers and lakes sprawl over an area estimated between 55,000 and 75,000 square miles, fed by tributaries of the Paraguay River.

The unique combination of location, gently sloping topography and seasonal rise and fall of the waters, characterized by intense rainfall in summer, gave rise to a lush, mega-diverse biome.

The imposing and magnificent scenery is the habitat for the largest concentration of wildlife in the Americas. It shelters over 650 species of birds, 400 species of fish and 80 species of mammals — many threatened with extinction.

Even though the Amazon region is the biggest attraction in Brazil, the Pantanal is a much better place to see wildlife. In the Amazon, the animals can hide in the dense foliage, but in the open spaces of the Pantanal, wildlife is visible to the most casual observer. If you like to see animals in their natural environment, the Pantanal, with the greatest concentration of fauna in the Americas, is not to be missed!

In 2000, UNESCO designated the Pantanal wetland as a World Natural Heritage and World Biosphere Reserve. The tour begins and ends in Sao Paulo, with optional extensions to Iguassu Falls and Rio de Janeiro.

For the FULL itinerary and extra options, visit: www.tototours.com/pantanal

Viva España, Best Of Spain

August 29 – September 8, 2019   $5,400pp

Spain is a land of epic contrasts: it is a culinary feast; it is a celebration of music and dance; it is a country of artists and writers where even the buildings and monuments have become works of art. Spain is so expansive that, even if you think you know what to expect, there will always be more to surprise you. A single visit cannot possibly encompass everything, but on this tour, we will show you the some of the best this amazing country has to offer – including its pulsing gay nightlife!

Madrid is rich in centuries of history, happy and vibrant during the day, enchanting at night, and it is one of the new hot gay destinations in Europe.

Seville is the cradle of traditional tapas and flamenco soul, and it may just be one of the most beautiful cities you’ve ever seen!

Cordoba was first founded by the Romans, achieving its greatest glory as the Moorish kingdom of Ei-Andalus, which Christian conquerors found so awe-inspiring that they only added a Cathedral to enhance its beauty.

Barcelona is the perfect combination of a warm Mediterranean climate, beaches within and close to the city, mountains in the hinterland and the culture, nightlife, sights and infrastructure of a European metropolis!

An optional extension to the gay beaches of Sitges makes this the perfect adventure in vibrant Spain.

For the FULL itinerary and extra options, visit: www.tototours.com/viva_Espana

Richard Jones

Richard Jones

Richard is the CEO of Bear World Media, the parent company of Queer Forty. As a 40-something gay man, he is passionate about creating good, informative, and entertaining content for the over 40 LGBTQ Community and will be contributing regularly to Queer Forty

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