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Bucket List: 10 iconic Greater Palm Springs places to visit in your lifetime

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A short two-hour drive from Los Angeles, the open spaces and star-filled skies of Greater Palm Springs have attracted Hollywood celebrities and LGBTQ travelers alike in need of a recharge.

With plenty of opportunities to shop, chill by the pool, relax at the spa, and dine at fun-filled restaurants and bars, it’s no wonder Southern California’s desert playground is an iconic gay oasis.

If you haven’t visited in a while or are planning an upcoming trip, here are the top ten must-see experiences to add to your bucket list in Greater Palm Springs:We love Greater Palm Springs for its selection of boutique LGBTQ-exclusive hotels.

If you want to socialize and meet new people, where better to gather than at a refreshing pool with other hot gay men? For no tan line sun worshippers, men flock to clothing-optional resorts like Inndulge Palm Springs with its 24 poolside rooms and 12-man jacuzzi, the All Worlds Resort, a seven pool complex that offers day passes.

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