Ravi Roth named host of Gaycation Travel Show

Aequalitas Media, Publisher of Gaycation Magazine, a LGBTQ+ travel magazine, announced this week that Ravi Roth has signed on as the new host of The Gaycation Travel Show, a 12 episode, 30-minute YouTube based show being developed to go online in the fall of 2020.

Roth comes with prior experience in LGBTQ+ travel as a blogger, vlogger, content

creator, and influencer, exploring the Queer culture in 31 countries with his travel brand

Ravi Round The World. Ravi fearlessly captures and discovers where to stay, play, eat,

work out, sites to see, and the Queer history of each destination.

Ravi has been recognized as an expert in the LGBTQ+ travel community and was was named “One of the Top 10 Gay Travel Instagrammers in the World to Follow” by Unicorn Booty, nominated for “Best Insta Traveler of 2019" by Gay Cities, and recognized as “People We Love in 2019” by Metrosource.

As a highly sought after lecturer on LGBTQ+ travel, Ravi has been a featured speaker at the NY Times Travel Show, LGBT Week, Google, and Community Marketing Insights. Ravi is also an actor and singer and has been living in the Big Apple for 14 years! Ravi is represented by Jeremy Katz at The Katz Company.

He joins the Gaycation Travel Show as the Gaycation brand begins its re-launch with a newly designed Gaycation Magazine, edited from a mature perspective and sharing real travel experiences and practical travel advice with readers. Gaycation Magazine, The Gaycation Travel Show on YouTube, and the podcast of the same name will showcase many of the remarkable LGBTQ+ friendly and not so friendly destinations across the globe, both well-traveled and off-the-beaten-path.

About Gaycation Magazine

Gaycation Magazine is a distinctive voice in LGBTQ+

travel, inspiring travelers to immerse themselves in authentic experiences that create a

deep connection between readers, destinations and local culture. Our content is created by

professional travel writers and personal travel experiences submitted by readers.

Gaycation Magazine works with top brands, hotels and destinations to provide inspiration

and advice that expertly serves the discerning LGBTQ+ traveler.

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