Access Card joins forces with Travel for All for discounts on Accessible Travel

Travel for All is working in partnership with the Access Card to offer accessible holidays and travel to disabled people and offering a $100 discount on members’ first vacation booking with the company and a 10% discount on any and all vacation bookings for all Access Card holders.

Managed by Tarita Davenock, who is a certified special needs travel advocate, Travel for All, a Global Leader in Accessible Travel, provides information to clients who are looking for a more ‘inclusive’ holiday. This includes finding the right accessible accommodation for the client.

The service being offered by Travel for All is to overcome to fear and uncertainty of booking travel and accommodation by leaving it in their experienced hands

The agency is able to offer essential advice on the accessibility of places all over the globe, which includes, information on the best accessible hotels for travellers and how hotel staff can accommodate for each requirement a person may have, information on the general experience of the place and support from the company at their destination.

Travel for All is able to provide travel advice on a wide – range of holiday destinations, including

The United States of America, Turkey, Australia and Thailand. Case studies with information on each destination can be found on the Travel for All website.

In addition, Travel for All is able to offer a 10% discount on travel for their clients with Access Cards. There is also a $100.00 discount on members’ first travel booking with the company.

Through this partnership, Travel for All is able to offer a 10% discount to all CredAbility Access Card Holders. Access Card Holders will be able to contact Travel for All’s specialist team for information regarding accessible destinations as well as advice on travel. As stated on their website, Travel for All is able to ‘customise’ people’s holidays to best suit their access requirements. The travel company collects information regarding many different requirements, including: equipment rental, distances and service dog requirements.

Tarita Davenock, certified special needs travel advocate  and CEO of Travel for All, said:

Travel For All is elated to partner with Nimbus Disability, as together we will continue to aspire people with disabilities to participate in travel and visit this amazing world! Nimbus has a strong brand presence in the demographic and uniting our similar beliefs will showcase the spending power of people with disabilities globally. As Canada’s Premiere Full-service travel agency, Travel For All is looking forward to expanding its reach within the UK. With the core belief that Travel Should Be Inclusive- Not Exclusive, our partnership will spread the word about the most underrepresented type of traveler.”

Martin Austin, MD of Nimbus Disability, the company which runs the Access Card scheme said:

“We know that exotic travel for people with access requirements can be a bit daunting as mainstream providers aren’t always the best about anticipating peoples needs and are even worse at describing it in detail. With Travel 4 All you know you’re in safe hands as this is a user-led company run by and for disabled people.

“Add in the 10% discount for Access Card holders and together we hope to open up some fantastic travel opportunities to people that might have otherwise avoided it”

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