Access-Able Travel Source –
We provide information about; disabled travel, wheelchair travel, disabled holidays, disability travel, handicapped travel, accessible travel, vacations for disabled, mature travel.

Accessible Journeys –
Accessible Journeys is a vacation planner and tour operator exclusively for wheelchair travelers, their families and friends. Since 1985, wheelchair accessible vacation travel has been our only job.

Our accessible lifestyle vacations are for slow walkers wheelchair travelers, their families and their friends. Our travel services include
Accessible vacation planning
Accessible Group Tours
Accessible Group Cruises
Individual Accessible Cruises
Licensed Travel Companions
Disability Travel Resources

Accessible Travel –
I love to travel! As a software developer in the aerospace business, there have been times in my career when I’ve had to travel frequently for business, and I’ve also been lucky enough to be able to travel a fair amount for pleasure. When I started using a wheelchair, I worried that travel was going to become much more difficult, even impossible, but that’s not necessarily the case.

Accomable –
Accomable is a service to help people with mobility difficulties find accessible properties around the world. Our mission is to enable anyone to go anywhere.

Barrier Free Cruising –
Promoting cruising to special needs travelers.

Cruises for Disabled Passengers –
Cruises can be great vacations for disabled passengers. Travelers in wheelchairs or with other physical challenges, as well as people with medical conditions, can read about which ships are best for handling disabilities, what services cruise ships provide and what kind of pre-cruise preparation they should do.

Daring Adventures –

Our Mission-

Daring Adventures is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities and significant life challenges through the power of outdoor recreation.

Disabled Travelers.com –
Welcome to DisabledTravelers.com, a resource dedicated to accessible travel information. This new site will provide you with information on businesses from around the world that specialize in disability travel.

A comprehensive listing of accessible travel specialists: Travel Agents, Tour Operators, Adventure Travel Companies, Accessible Cruise Specialists, Accessible Van Rentals & Equipment, Travel Companions, Home Exchanges, and Access Guides for wheelchair users and other disabled travelers.

Disabled Travelers Guide to the World –
Read about the adventures of Nancy and Nate while traveling with disabilities.  Go to our Disabled Travelers Guide to the World for many additional tips on arranging tours, transport and other details.

Emerging Horizons –
Your accessible travel news source.

European Network for Accessible Tourism –
The mission of the European Network for Accessible Tourism is to make European tourism destinations, products and services accessible to all travelers and to promote accessible tourism around the world. .

  • ENAT aims to achieve this by bringing together sector actors to share their experience, learn from each other and collaborate.
  • ENAT promotes wider awareness and understanding of the need for accessibility in all areas of travel and tourism throughout Europe.
  • ENAT supports the development and spread of good policies and practices.
  • ENAT works to develop knowledge and expertise on accessibility issues in the European tourism field.
  • ENAT provides a platform for those who support accessibility in tourism, and a representative voice towards European and national institutions and organisations whose actions have a direct influence on the tourism sector.

Global Access News-Disabled Travelers Network –
International Wheelchair Accessible Travel Reports & Resources for All Disabled People.

Travel is for everyone, but most guidebooks and web sites simply aren’t designed for disabled adventurers. Global Access wants to help fill that information gap by providing a site where disabled travelers can share their experiences. Did you recently experience a memorable (good or bad) journey? Here’s your chance to heap uncensored kudos or curses on hotels, airlines, restaurants, etc. Simply click on the e-mail logo in the left margin of this page and fire away with any questions or insights you’d like to share. Your input will be published in upcoming issues of Global Access News.

Independent Traveler –
Travel by people with disabilities, also known as “disabled travel” or “accessible travel,” is on the rise. The travel industry is waking up to disabled travelers’ special needs by providing more services and greater accommodation. Meanwhile, the sheer abundance of information on accessible travel is astounding — much of it generated by disabled travelers themselves.

The Americans with Disabilities Act guarantees that travelers with disabilities receive equal treatment under the law. While this would be the case in a perfect world, it doesn’t always work out that way in real life, especially in foreign countries where accessibility regulations vary widely. Despite having common sense, considerable public sentiment and strength in numbers, travelers with disabilities frequently face inadequate facilities, prejudice, misinformation, general hassles and higher prices than other travelers.

Compounding the problem is the fact that there are as many disabilities as there are disabled folks. Each person’s needs are a little different, and traveling in cookie-cutter airline seats, hotel rooms and rental car fleets can be very tricky. The following tips and resources will help disabled travelers and their companions anticipate some of the snags of accessible travel.

Limitless Travel –
Amazing holidays, tours, accommodation and travel for anybody and everybody

Mobility International USA –
Founded in 1981, Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a disability-led non-profit organization headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, USA advancing disability rights and leadership globally.® By implementing innovative programs, we are building bridges to create a new era where people with disabilities will take their rightful place in the world community. MIUSA is a cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities.

Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality –
The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH), founded in 1976, is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities, remove physical and attitudinal barriers to free access and expand travel opportunities in the United States and abroad. Members include travel professionals, consumers with disabilities and other individuals and corporations who support our mission.

Travel on The Level –
Information and advice for anyone who wants to travel with less strenuous walking and fewer stairs.

TravelGuides.org –
If you have a disability, travel information can leave you feeling disconnected. You need more information than just symbols, phone numbers, charts, or brief descriptions. Welcome to the Web source for the most detailed travel access information.

US Passports and International Travel/US Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs –
Traveling with Disabilities. Each country has its own standards of accessibility for persons with disabilities. Before you travel, visit travel.state.gov/destination and enter a country or area to find information for mobility-impaired travelers in the Special Laws & Circumstances section. Many countries do not legally require accomodations, as does the United States.

World on Wheelz –
Accessible Travel Resource for Wheelchair Users and People with Mobility Disabilities.