South Africa: New Partnership Aims to Create Awareness on Accessible Tourism

The lack of adapted and accessible hotel rooms, restaurants, stores, bathrooms and public spaces is one of the most significant challenges for those living with impairments. To address this obstacle,…

Costa Rica: Airbnb Announces Alliance with National Council of People with Disabilities (CONAPDIS) and the Costa Rican Accessible Tourism Network to Promote Accessible Tourist Accommodations

Costa Rica: Airbnb Announces Alliance with National Council of People with Disabilities (CONAPDIS) and the Costa Rican Accessible Tourism Network to Promote Accessible Tourist Accommodations Americas, Tourism, November 22 2021…

Queensland Launches Accessibility Accreditation Module Of The Australian Tourism Industry Council

Queensland Launches Accessibility Accreditation Module Of The Australian Tourism Industry Council Asia-Pacific, Tourism, October 16 2021 Launched by Queensland on World Tourism Day, 27th September 2021, the Accessibility Accreditation Module…

ISO Publishes First International Standard for Accessible Tourism

For the more than one billion people in the world who live with some kind of disability, travelling can be a challenging affair. Recognizing the importance of removing unnecessary barriers to tourism, ISO…

Accessible travel | Level Playing Field

Accessible travel On this page, you can find advice on who to contact regarding accessible travel options. For further information or to speak to someone, please contact the Disability Access…