The UK's largest accessible holiday specialist
Guaranteed accessible accommodation
Many properties personally audited
Flights, adapted transfers & equipment hire
Full financial protection
"Agent of the Year 2012 & 2014"
Useful Links and Resources
Tourism For All UK is an independent charity supporting leisure and tourism opportunities for all, operating an information service to older and disabled people, and working with the industry and government to raise the standards of welcome to our guests.
Our aim is to become the complete guide to everything and anything accessible - for wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility. From personal experience we understand the importance of what 'wheelchair accessible' involves and how sometimes it can be difficult to find. TheAccessiblePlanet.com is growing every day and we are confident we will soon have everything that you need.
SENDirect is a website directory set up by a group of charities and funded by the Department of Health and Department for Education. It is a portal that makes it easier for families to find support, activities and services that are suitable for their children as well as supporting providers to extend their offer to all children and to offer new, better services to meet any identified need.
Tryb4ufly is a non-profit organisation which helps people with disabilities try aircraft seats and equipment in a realistic fuselage setting before they fly. Great for first time flyers!
DisabilityMatch.co.uk is an online dating website specifically for people with disabilities.
Find and compare over 500 wheelchair accessible cars for sale from the leading new and used dealers across the UK. Search using specific wheelchair accessible car features, from manual ramps to automatics with hand controls and find a suitable vehicle to meet your needs.
Breakthrough UK is a Manchester based organisation which is led by people with disabilities and they support others with disabilities to work and live independently. They provide centred support to people with disabilities which assists in the development of their independence and gain access to training and employment. They advise employers, policy makers and other organisations to understand and remove barriers that disadvantage people with disabilities. Their aim is to build a society where people with disabilities can participate fully in all areas of life.