The Accessible & Inclusive Tourism Conference in the Asia-Pacific (AITCAP) is a yearly event showing how catering to the valuable accessible & inclusive market promotes sustainable growth and creates great opportunities for the travel & tourism industry in the region.
We connect travelers, businesses, policy makers and destination marketing organisations, to create a momentum and contribute to the upgrowth of the sector.
How much of a good opportunity is accessible & inclusive tourism for my business or destination?
What can I do to make my business or destination more accessible & inclusive?
Where to go in Asia-Pacific when traveling with a disability?
Join the AITCAP community to keep up with the latest events in this on-going conversation and be the first to know about our webinars. For our next webinars, we will tackle issues that are often brought up in the tourism industry when “accessibility” and “inclusivity” are mentioned.
20 hours+ of amazing content with great engagement from our audience
600+ views in May alone, still ongoing, with recordings still available
15+ countries represented, with attendees from all backgrounds and abilities
100% accessible thanks to our technical partners and our team efforts
“It’s the awareness you have just given me. As an able person within the tourism sector, you presentation has brought so many un-thought of areas to my attention from accommodation to attractions, to my own tours!“
“I 100% agree and always follow the mantra of the most important thing to pack when you travel is your positive attitude!”
“Compliant (in whatever context that means in your country) should be tick a box. It is a minimum standard. And will be accessible to most. Inclusive however is beyond compliance. True accessibility is a misnomer as its an individual judgement.”
“Wonderful! I have happy tears, brilliant video.”
“I’m glad to know about your company. It’s content that I can share in my country as a good example in hiring disabled people.”
“Another eye-opening session for the tourism industry.”