Monthly Archives: October 2015

Cyprus aiming to become a more accessible destination

Written on October 28, 2015 at 12:16 pm, by

While several hotels in Cyprus have invested in providing appropriate facilities for their guests with disabilities, there remains an ongoing challenge of creating the necessary infrastructure to extend accessibility beyond the accommodation to all areas of visitors’ experiences. The Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) has announced plans to improve accessibility for visitors to the island, and  Continue Reading »

Making the case for accessible air travel

Written on October 22, 2015 at 12:43 pm, by

Airlines and airports often like to trumpet their own activities in promoting accessible travel for their passengers with reduced mobility. It is however the passengers themselves who often provide the most telling onhealthy assessments of whether the systems that are put into place (often at great expense) actually benefit the people they are supposed to  Continue Reading »

New Costa Rica Tour

Written on October 19, 2015 at 3:41 pm, by

It is home to 5% of our planet’s biodiversity, with over 25% of its land designated as protected areas. Costa Rica is a nature lover’s dream destination, with over 800 species of birds and 8,000 different types of orchid. The country has in many ways pioneered the concept of tourism as a sustainable and socially  Continue Reading »

Your Opinion Counts – Spanish Accessible Tourism Survey

Written on October 7, 2015 at 10:38 am, by

Those who have travelled to Spain in recent years are invited to share their opinions and experiences as part of a wide-ranging survey of accessibility to access how well the country’s enormous hospitality sector is equipped to meet the demands of all travellers. The ONCE foundation, the organisation behind the exercise, has carried out similar  Continue Reading »

Leading the way in hotel accessibility

Written on October 1, 2015 at 11:16 am, by

While local regulations often compel hotels to provide certain features for travellers with disabilities, it’s always encouraging to see hotels go above and beyond the legal minimum. The Ilunion chain of 22 properties in Spain and the Balearic Islands is one such example. They’ve adapted old properties to include wheelchairs and fire alarms for the  Continue Reading »

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