Bump Travel Guides – The Ultimate Gay Travel Companion!
Bump up the gay travel fun on your trip to Florianopolis!
The team behind Bump! TV has explored the burgeoning Florianopolis gay and lesbian scene from its expansive white sand beaches to its massive gay megaclubs to the Azorean culture that penetrates this island city. Now let the producers of the world’s most popular gay and lesbian travel program be your guide to what’s glamorous and what’s naughty—and everything in between—in the land of gorgeous surfers and perpetual sun.
The Bump! Travel Guide delivers a queer-eye-view of Florianopolis, organized by category: Stay, Eat, Discover, Party, Shop, Play, Happenings and Newsstand. Many listings feature photos and video clips as seen on Bump! so you can see exactly what adventures you’re getting into.
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Use the Bump! Florianopolis Travel Guide as a supplement to more straight-laced guides like Lonely Planet and Frommer’s or discover that it’s comprehensive enough to be your one and only travel companion.
Being the third most popular destination for Gay and Lesbian travelers to Brazil, Florianopolis (nicknamed and often referred to as “Floripa”) has managed to keep itself a secret from the rest of the world. Located on Santa Catarina Island off the coast of mainland Brazil, the easy going beach life is certainly an attracter for world travelers but the wild parties, Carnaval and pride celebrations are some of the most boisterous, flashy and sensational in all of South America – sending the LGBTQ crowd here in droves. Famous for their expansive, clothing-optional beaches and world class surfing competitions – there is a unique island vibe you won’t find in Brazil’s other gay destinations – Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo.
The culture in Florianopolis is divided down two lines: the laid back Bohemian and the traditional Azoreans who settled the island and still maintain a cultural presence in villages and shops throughout the city. Whether you are looking for a beach getaway with hot bodies and mega gay bashes or a relaxing kayak trip along a secluded lagoon while discovering the Azorean culture – Bump! will guide you along the way.