Holidays Worldwide

The Government’s guide on foreign travel for disabled people contains useful tips and links: www.gov.uk/guidance/foreign-travel-for-disabled-people

These organisations have been recommended to us by people who have SMA, many others are available:

Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) provide guidance on how to work with your travel provider to book holidays that meet your needs; as well as information about your legal rights: www.abta.com/tips-and-latest/accessible-travel

Disability Horizons - provide information about travelling: www.disabilityhorizons.com/category/travel/

Lonely Planet - have a free to download guide "Accessible Travel Online Resources": https://shop.lonelyplanet.com/products/accessible-travel-online-resources-2019

Tourism for All helps disabled people plan and take holidays and breaks – both in the UK and overseas. You have to be a member to access this service - annual subscription of £25.00 for UK residents. Membership entitles you to use the information service as many times as you like during the year: www.tourismforall.org.uk

Tryb4uFly provides information and advice on flying with a disability, cabin assessments and equipment hire for the flight: www.tryb4ufly.org.uk

The Sheffield Family – Trips to the USA:
www.smauk.org.uk/the-sheffield-family-trips-to-the-usa 

Srin’s life and travel: www.smauk.org.uk/srins-life-and-travel

"I have had the most incredible series of trips that have taken me around the world. During my travels I went to Scotland, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Poland, the US, South Africa, Singapore and Bali." Srin


 

The Smyth’s Family Cruise: www.smauk.org.uk/the-smyths-family-cruise

Page last updated: July 2019