British Columbia, Canada’s westernmost province, is defined by its Pacific coastline and mountain ranges. Nature areas like Glacier National Park offer hiking and biking trails, as well as campgrounds. Whistler Blackcomb is a major ski resort that hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. The scenic Sea-to-Sky Highway links Whistler with Vancouver, a city known for its film industry, at the province’s southern U.S. border.

Travelling in British Columbia will be easier for people with disabilities, as the Province and Destination BC embark on a multi-phased plan to make BC tourism more accessible and inclusive.

“People with disabilities often face more barriers when travelling. Booking hotels with accessible rooms, finding accommodating transportation or knowing what experiences can be adapted can be challenging,” said Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture. “We want to help make travel easier and more enjoyable for everyone, and that’s why we’re starting this journey with our partners in the sector. Our goal is to welcome the world to a barrier-free BC”

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Blind or visually impaired

Complex health needs

Travel-for-All can arrange for medical equipment and medical services while you are on vacation

Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Designed for people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, this vacation can accommodate your specific requirements for communication and safety.

Developmentally challenged

Travel-for-All Accessibility Specialists understand the challenges you face and will help you plan for every eventuality

Mobility challenged

Mobility challenges include a wide variety of conditions that limit a person’s ability to move around without difficulty or assistance.

Travel-for-All will make the plans you need for a fully accessible vacation.

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