Advocates for Inclusive Tourism
Making the World Accessible for All
Travability was formed in 2007.
Initially Travability was set up as a vehicle to publish accessible travel information via its web site travability.travel. Today, Travability is a part of a worldwide group who’s mission is to create equality in accessibility in the hospitality and travel industries.
Our mission is to be agents of change; to inspire people who have never traveled before to do so, and to inspire others to do more. To encourage all cultures of the world to see disability as an integral part of life, and to provide the motivation and tools to the tourism industry to allow them to create accessible environments that enable inclusion in an economically sustainable way.
What We Offer
- Full service travel agency for people with disability
- NDIS registered provider
- Full Travel Industry Consultancy for Accessible Tourism.
- Conference and Events Presentations, Workshops and Speaking
- Industry and Staff Training
- Facility, information and program Accessibility Audits
- Marketing and Access Statements
- Disability Inclusive Stock Image Library
From The Blog
The Penguin Parade on Phillip Island is now a world renowned attraction with over 650,000 local and international visitors enjoying the spectacle every year. In addition to being an eco tourism attraction the Penguin Parade and its associated facilities are accessible and affords tourists with disabilities the opportunity to witness this remarkable nightly event.
Blind and partially sighted train travellers can now navigate their way around ten railway stations across England thanks to the arrival of new tactile maps which can be read by touch or sight.
Jervis Bay is renowned for its natural beauty and extraordinary wildlife, such as dolphins, seals, sea birds, fairy penguins and migrating whales (from May through November).
The construction of the Iconic Arthurs Seat Skylift moves a step closer today with the erection of the gondola's support pylons.The pylons were skillfully flown into place by a heavy lift helicopter overseen by the Australian lift company Doppelmayr.
Minister for Disability Services and Ageing John Ajaka today welcomed people with disability and representatives from government, business, academia and the non-government organisations to a forum focused on making tourism more accessible in NSW.
From The Tour Desk
Perhaps one of the most spectatular but least visited areas of South Africa. The Elephant Coast is home to Hluhluwe Game Reserve South Africa`s second largest Big Five Game Reserve and the Isimangaliso Wetland Park - a World Heritage Site.
This trip visits the World Famous Kruger National Park with your opportunity to spot Africa's Big 5. Many of Africa's unique species are now on the endangered list. This trip visits the Endangered Species Centre at Hoedspruit to stimulate an awareness and understanding of the plight faced by our wildlife.The tour returns to Johannesburg via the Panorama Route and Pilgrims Rest and Dulls Dullstroom. Take in some breathtaking scenery and some unique shopping.
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