Accessible Tourism

Accessible Tourism: A Competitive Opportunity

Accessible Tourism: A Competitive Opportunity

“Accessible Tourism is relevant for everybody,” says Accessible Tourism Consultant Chris Veitch. On NewMind.com, Mr. Veitch presents a detailed discussion about travel and tourism, and people with disabilities, including the money they bring to business. According to England’s tourism agency, VisitEngland (https://www.visitbritain.org/), travellers with disabilities tend to stay longer, with an average length of stay of 3.3 nights compared to 2.9 for the market as a whole.  Their average spending is also higher per night away, compared to the average spending level.

World Tourism Day

World Tourism Day

Today, the significance of tourism and its contribution to the social, political, cultural and economic dimensions of our lives is recognized. The team at Together We Rock! would like to acknowledge the efforts of many corporations and organizations to make their destinations, services and products a truly accessible and inclusive experience -You Rock!

Airbnb and Accessible Accommodations

 Airbnb and Accessible Accommodations

Airbnb has just made it easier to find affordable accommodations for people with disabilities who are traveling. The accommodation platform recently introduced new “filters” for finding travel lodgings with specific features. Step-free entries, roll-in showers and entryways that are wide enough for wheelchairs are some examples.

Accessible and Sustainable Tourism

Accessible and Sustainable Tourism

Accessible Tourism is making travel and tourism destinations, products, and information suitable for everyone, taking into account mobility, vision, hearing and cognitive needs. According to the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), American adults with disabilities are spending an average of $13.6 billion a year on travel, making people with disabilities an important market consideration for the tourism industry.