ENAT Members' Forum

On this page you can read items for discussion, submitted by ENAT Members.
 
As an ENAT Member you can start a Forum discussion, for example, if you want to:

  • share your opinion with others
  • ask ENAT Members to answer a question about some aspect of accessible tourism
  • publish an article you have written, and get feedback
  • tell about something you have experienced
  • present an idea or seek partners for a new project...

When you start a Forum you may also upload files that you may want to share (PDFs, WORD documents, images, etc.).

All Forum discussions can be read by the general public.

However, only ENAT Members can start a Forum discussion or add comments to Forum items.

Forum Items

  • Why New Zealand needs to develop Access Tourism (AT) and an AT Research Programme

    Access Tourism is tourism and travel for people with disabilities (PwDs), seniors, and those with temporary access needs (for example, those with short term disabilities, medical tourists etc). PwDs currently make up about 17% of NZ’s population, and a similar percentage in our major overseas tourism markets.

  • Epic Enabled News from South Africa !!!

    2010 is well under way already, and is proving to be an exciting year for us at Epic Enabled. I wish to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you. I worked with Alfie & Sabine at Epic Expeditions many years ago, having spent nearly 6 years as Alfie & Sabine became more & more successful with the “Cape to Vic Falls & return overland” trips.

  • Travel Report: South Africa, area KwaZulu Natal by Lucia van Kruijl, Frondída Travel

    This is an account of my first trip to South Africa in July 2009 - full of amazing experiences. The report covers accessibility issues and other aspects of interest to the visitor. Download the PDF file from this page. You are welcome to post comments and questions, below, or to my email address shown in the report.

  • "Disability Pride and World Travel" by Scott Rains

    When we travel we represent more than ourselves because we are part of a community. As a person with a disability you carry two items of unusual value – especially in combination. Both tend to surprise those you meet as you travel. The two items are money and pride.

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