Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Guide - Available For Download

By special arrangement, ENAT is pleased to offer this free digital Accessible Travel Guide produced by Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Editor, Martin Heng. This is the first joint project undertaken by Lonely Planet and ENAT since signing a Memorandum of Understanding last year.

Download Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Guide (First Edition) in PDF format (2.8 MB). 
Lonely Planet Accessible Tourism Online Resources

98 pages.

When you’re travelling with a disability or access issues, it’s important to know that your needs can be met in the destination you are travelling to. This means that it is very important to plan your trip as good as possible in advance as it can be more difficult to travel spontaneously when you have mobility challenges.

The Accessible Travel Guide is a great resource to help you get started with your planning and can also assist with helping you to find suitable venues and facilities once you’ve reached your destination.

The list is broken down into different sections.

  • Country-by-country resources Among these are websites from governments, local authorities, NGOs and private businesses.
  • Personal travel blogs There is a wealth of information to be found in these personal blogs, written by those who enjoy travel despite a wide variety of limitations.
  • General resources This section is broken down into two subsections: useful websites for non-destination-specific planning purposes; and websites dedicated to promoting inclusive tourism.
  • Specialist travel agents and tour operators This list is in alphabetical order by country. Most of these cater for a variety of access requirements; some are inbound and some are outbound travel agents/tour operators.
  • Specialist adventure sports organizations



Lonely Planet prides itself on having its authors visit every region, establishment and activity we review. This is not the case with regard to the content of this document. We have gathered this information from personal and professional contacts, as well as from scouring the internet. As such, we cannot vouch for the quality or currency of the information in any website, although we do offer an informed opinion in some cases.

We especially absolve Lonely Planet of any responsibility for the quality of service provided by the listed travel agents and tour operators. The only seal of approval that currently exists is membership of ENAT and/or being a Pantou listed supplier, and even then we still strongly advise you to make your own enquiries as only you know best what your requirements are and only you know what questions to ask to make sure they will be met.


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