Disabled Travelers Going to Africa?

Kevin Eagan - Nov 26, 2007
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Travel and tourism is a social right which concerns every human being. However, it is estimated that over 500 million disabled people in the world do not take holidays. For those with some form of disability, many of the existing tourism offers are not easily accessible. However, disability is not inability to tourism. The demand for accessible tourism offers is growing, and the tourism industry is starting to recognize that tourists with disabilities form an important consumer group. Numerous agencies specialize in arranging tours for the physically impaired, blind and the deaf in the community wishing to go to e.g. Kenya for safari...

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