Miami Beach was a very different place 25 years ago. The LGBT community and LGBT visitors put Miami Beach on the international “must-see” map. Winter Party began in 1994 as a one-day event, the first Miami mega-dance party ever held on the beach. Over the years, the festival has grown and evolved into a weeklong extravaganza. Today, organizers say the festival celebrates the unique spirit of “chosen family” among the LGBT community from around the globe in an international destination.
Looking for some sun and winter warmth? The Caribbean is an obvious getaway but difficult to navigate if you are looking for an LGBT-friendly destination. Complicating travel matters is the misconception among travelers on which islands were heaviest hit in last year’s hurricanes. Curaçao is a small Caribbean island nestled between Aruba and Bonair, and 35 miles off the coast of Venezuela, where summer is year-round. Sounds good right about now, huh?
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