Welcome to Can Be Done
Disabled travellers have been putting their trust in Can Be Done to organise disabled holidays across the globe for over 30 years . We don’t rely on guesswork, promises and word of mouth, we visit every single hotel and destination to make sure they have the right facilities to cater for people with all different levels of disability. We take care of the details, from the transfers, flights and choosing the right room to helping to arrange suitable excursions to make sure you get the very best possible experience.
Everyone values their holiday time and whatever your disability, we have the experience,
understanding and knowledge to help you find the right holiday for you. Please feel free to browse our website or ask for a copy of our brochure but most importantly get in touch. We are here to help; it is only by understanding you, your needs and the requirements for your disabled holidays that we can help and advise.
We believe in the possible. Whatever your circumstances we have the knowledge, contacts and experience to arrange disabled holidays that can work for you. From the travel arrangements to the accommodation and excursions we know what works and we have the agreements in place to make it happen. We ensure there is wheelchair access wherever you need it and will help you plan an itinerary that captures the full experience of your destination.
Many companies will offer “disabled access” but there are relatively few who are true, genuine specialists as we are at Can Be Done. Our expertise in planning and arranging disabled holidays has seen our portfolio of destinations grow over the years.
The aim of this website is to give you a snapshot of what we do. It’s a starting point for conversation. So tell us your story. Where do you want to go? What do you want to do?
Put your trust in us to work with you to find the right places to fulfill your dreams. Don’t just hope that your holiday will work out – call the experts in disabled holidays – Can Be Done is the name trusted by a generation of disabled travellers.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Once again you found us a good holiday! We had a very good room at the Protur Sa Coma Hotel in a quiet part. Had to ask for a rubber mat to go in shower as Dave did slip, luckily he didn’t hurt himself. There was one English receptionist who had lived in Majorca for Continue Reading »