Worldwide, almost 1.3 billion people live with one or more disabilities, representing 16% of the global population. This is a significant proportion of the world's population, but one that is still too little taken into account in the tourism sector. While labels such as Tourisme & Handicaps and associations are working every day to make travel more accessible to all, this commitment must eventually become a collective one. Tour operators, destinations, hoteliers and other tourism stakeholders must therefore work together to build and promote inclusive tourism.
Making holidays accessible to all Accessibility issues arise well in advance of the trip itself. That's why Mobee Travel, a website dedicated to booking holidays for people with reduced mobility and disabilities, was launched in 2018. In 2022, the site will launch its B2B activity so that travel...
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