We like to choose our partners with care and attention: we want to be sure that we share the same values and philosophy.
And we want them to be very nice people to talk to!
Our list of partners will be always growing and every new destination will bring us new friends and new partners.
This way we can offer you the best of what’s available, according to your specific needs.
For your adventures in Asia, choose Roll in Asia! This travel agency was founded in 2015 by two French who fell in love with Vietnam, Charlotte Jean and Clement Abalea. With a long experience working for travel agencies, and an in-depth knowledge of this stunning country after living here for a few years, Charlotte and Clement created Roll in Asia and specialized in offering tours for people with mobility issues and wheelchair users. Their tours combine a taste for heritage and spectacular monuments with their love for gastronomy: with them you are sure to see all there is to see, to go off track for some unusual and very original local encounters, and to always eat very very well.
Looking for an exotic location with everything you need to make your holiday stress-free? Azores for All is the accessible brand of Cresaçor, a local agency established in 2005 to promote social, accessible and cultural tourism in the Azores, Portugal.
Their activities are truly inclusive, as they are targeted to all travellers and have specific services for those with specific needs, so you can enjoy their brilliant tours and activities with everyone else. Adapted canoeing, biking, joelettes and cultural tours, adventures that you won’t forget!
Love adventure and the outdoors? Making Trax is a brilliant company that provides exactly this: join Jezza Williams in stunning New Zealand for a number of adapted activities, from horse trekking to bungee jumping, rafting, paragliding… the lot!
Jezza and his team are specialized in safe and crazy adventures crafted especially for each traveller’s specific needs.
This is a young and energetic team and they want to take you to Slovenia and give you the best that this beautiful green country has to offer! No Limits Tours is specialized in accessible tourism and provide travel information, accessible tour packages and accessible accommodation in Slovenia, Croatia and some other wheelchair friendly destinations in Europe. They offer a number of custom-made accessible tour packages for disabled people with unforgettable accessible excursions and breathtaking adrenaline activities. Curious? You should be!
When you put together passion for travel and love for your country, many good things can happen. It has happened in Romania, where Sano Touring was created with the intent to share Romania’s beauty with travelers in a responsible and balanced manner. The great team of Sano has set up a wide offer of tours for all ages, needs and tastes, and put its long experience to your service to give you an unforgettable Romanian experience. The agency team also works hard on advocacy to improve the level of accessibility in their country and takes part in European projects to keep updated and connected.
Ileana Esposito Lepre, a wheelchair user helself since many years, is a very busy advocate and entrepreneuse. She first created Peepul, a non profit to promote leisure and sport activities for people with mobility and visual impairment, then in 2014 Cosy for you, a travel agency that allows you to fully enjoy one of the most beautiful, yet difficult to explore, parts of Southern Italy: Naples and the Campania region. Ileana and her team offer full package tours or single activities at great prices, so that you can enjoy the beauty and the food and the fun population of Naples avoiding all the obstacles.
Kirsten Beise, originally from Germany, has been living in Indonesia for over 30 years, during which she has worked with organizations dedicated to people with disabilities and gotten to know and love the country very well. In 2016 she created Accessible Indonesia, in partnership with a local tour operator, to promote accessible and sustainable tourism and allow people with mobility and visual impairments to enjoy the best of what Indonesia has to offer. Kerstin and her team will take you to places you’d never imagine, from the architectural heritage of Sulawesi to the beautiful beaches of Bali, the temples, the markets… all tailor made according to your specific needs.
On a Seable trip visually and physically impaired people can enjoy accessible excursions and activities such as scuba diving, olive oil making, exploring Europe’s highest active volcano or simply having a stress-free holiday. This tour operator truly does a great job at giving you the best holiday time of your life in wonderful places that are not always easily accessible or enjoyable. Come to Sicily, to Rome, to Croatia and many more places (but always with a sunny days guarantee!).
The best gay tour operator in Europe! For our Spanish destination Barcelona we rely on Rainbow Barcelona Tours to provide very cool and very accessible tours around one of the most fun European capitals.
Handiscover was founded in 2015 to address a practical need: the founder Sebastian Archimbaud has a son with a muscular disease and when travelling around the world, Sebastien and his family realised how challenging it was for them to find accommodations adapted to their needs.
Today, with more than 23.000 accessible properties published online – and access to over 150.000 more via their customer service – Handiscover is one of the largest community-based holiday accommodation booking websites dedicated to people with special needs and disabilities.
Their accessibility rating for the properties is simple and immediately clear: a unique classification system which allows users to select accommodations based on their level of mobility. No bad surprises, no steps to access your “perfectly accessible” room…without an elevator to reach it (sounds familiar?).
Find the practical search box in our Accessible Travel Guides and City trip pages and book your own accommodation on the Handiscover website, where you will find full details of the accessible features and pricing.
Native Hotels is a great selection of accessible hotels in 4 countries: Spain, Portugal, Marocco, Italy and (coming soon!) Mexico. Their website presents every single one in full, with information on the level of accessibility and also the additional services that are organized on the spot: trip to the desert on a camel for people with mobility impairments? Check. Cultural trips custom made? Check. Great food and wine tastings? Check.
The team at Native Hotels certainly does a great job when it comes to accessibility, and not only for their choice of inclusive and adapted hotels around the world, they also conduct accessibility assessments and trainings and have equipped their website with a system that allows people with different types of disability to consult it independently and in full.