Universal Accessibility Tourism (business or leisure)
SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE ENJOYED BY EVERYONE (young, elderly and especially a person with a disability). Spare a thought for those persons with a disability – seen or unseen, Often they do not want to draw attention to themselves and their disability.
(UA) = Universal Accessibility
Choosytravellers.com uses 60+ accommodation types and 290+ facilities to ensure accommodation satisfaction is found by elderly, families with babies and prams, pregnant or breastfeeding mothers, people with disability like sight, movement, hearing and travellers with language difficulties.
UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBILITY BENEFITS ALL VISITORS
Disabled People have the greatest need for universal accessible accommodation types and facilities. Only about 8% use a wheelchair, with many more having other mobility, hearing or visual impairments.
Information is not only key for unique disabled traveller needs, but must be searchable to find establishment with accommodation that can match those needs, so they can successfully plan their trip. Choosytravellers.com provides a very easy to use and quick search facility to resolve correct disability needs.
WHY UA IS GOOD BUSINESS
It is estimated that the Universal Accessibility Tourism Market is about 650 million people with differing disabilities and another 600 million Elderly people worldwide
South African Universal Accessibility Tourism Market
Is represented by around 30% of the population and a portion of of the 30% has adequate disposable income to travel.
WHY UA IS GOOD BUSINESS!
The domestic Universal Accessibility tourism market is estimated to be approximately 600,000 potential travellers. Choosytravellers.com has an added advantage of a powerful search engine to find accommodation in establishments that suits their unique disability traveller needs easily.
2,800,000 people have some form of disability in South Africa
15 % of the worlds population live with some form of disability
From age 85+ hearing and sight loss is common among the elderly
From age 55+ some people will have difficulty walking
400,000 people use sign language
1,000,000+ people in South Africa are almost deaf.