We are very close to launching the Travel For All Directory.
The directory will be the place for tourism operators to share detailed information about their properties, so that travellers with accessibility needs can make decisions about the best places for them to stay and the activities that suit them.
We will have two products available for tourism operators to purchase:
Both products will include access to our accessibility training, covering disability awareness training and accessible tourism. The training will also take them through the accessibility assessment process.
The other key part of both products is the Accessibility Assessment. In the toolkit, this is do-it-yourself with our tools. For the verified assessment, we visit the property and do it for you.
The Accessibility Assessment is about sharing information about what exists now for any particular tourism property. This will include features that are usually associated with accessibility such as ramps and accessible bathrooms, but also many more details that are not normally shared, such as measurements in standard and accessible accommodation rooms for space around the bed, location of light switches and power points, availability of amenities for ease of use for the [...]