Afraid of getting lost in the crowd? Worried that no one understands you? This is where Enable Travel steps in! We introduce you to the world and ensure that it's an introductionyou'll cherish and remember forever. Our tours have been designed in a way where we bring together experiences and activities that you will love to indulge in. They come with sign language interpreters who ensure that the world hears you. So what are you waiting for? Let's go meet the world!
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I am so content and happy after having a great time at Bali and I am thankful to Enable Travel for giving me this opportunity for experiencing this trip. Everyone was very supportive and helpful beyond our expectations. The whole trip was real amazing and I am still in Bali in my imagination... best trip of my life! Once again thanks for everything.Shilpa and Danish Vision Impaired
We all arrived safely in Belgium. We had a magnificent stay in India. I would like to thank you for your gift that your colleagues gave me at our return to Delhi. The whole team at Decalage is joining me to thank Enable Travel for the excellent professional organization of our stay in India. Everything was perfectly coordinated and you met all our requests.Anne Spilliaert Wheelchair User
Visiting Kenya was a fabulous experience! The wildlife, scenery, people and culture were out of this world! We had exciting safari's, experienced the African wildlife and enjoyed the hospitality wherever we went. A safari vacation can be very accessible and fun for people with disabilities like me. I didn't feel for a second that my disability hampered my ability to have a great time on this holiday. Disability-related challenges can be overcome with appropriate planning and communicating your special needs to Enable Travel. The best part of our trip was the support we receivedfrom our wonderful guides and the kind and friendly people we met at the hotels/camps in Kenya. We hope to go again soon!Shilpi Bhattacharya Wheelchair User