Around the world, attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) travellers vary greatly. Homosexuality remains a capital offence in six nations, 70 countries and territories continue to criminalise same-sex relationships, and 32 have laws restricting freedom of expression on sexual orientation and gender identity problems.
Whilst some countries may recognise some LGBT rights, this does not guarantee cultural acceptance. Therefore certain acts may be illegal and the local population may be intolerant of LGBT travellers.
We would highly recommend that our customers carefully research the cultures, laws, customs and entry requirements of intended destinations before booking with us. Please speak to our Cruise Expert if you have any further questions.
Here is a list of websites where you will be able to find further guidance;
Foreign Office Advice
Fit For Travel NHS Advice
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