Organising and taking holidays can be stressful when you live with ataxia; airports, accommodation and facilities... what if your accessibility requirements aren't met? Plenty of organisations exist to take that stress away, guaranteeing the quality of holiday everyone deserves. 

You can read a bit more about travel insurance here. Know any great accessible holiday services that we've missed? Get in touch so we can spread the word! Email us at [email protected].

Euan's Guide

Euan's Guide is a fantastic blog that showcases and reviews accessible places across the UK and abroad to visit for an hour, an evening, or a week. Highly reputed by members of our community and known among accessible companies, charities and organisations, Euan's Guide is the perfect place to begin.  

Disability Horizons

Disability Horizons's travel section is updated regularly with news and case studies concerning all aspects of accessible travel, from adapted camping sites in the UK to discounts on Uber for people with disabilities.

Sheila Stamp at Travel Counsellors

Sheila Stamp is an accessible travel specialist at Travel Counsellors. She will be able to advise travelers on what services are best suited for their individual needs, specialising in accessible accommodation and providing any equipment needed. "Whatever your additional access, mobility, sensory or cognitive requirements might be... and wherever in the world you wish to go."

Enable Holidays

Specialising in accessible accommodation, Enable Holidays pride themselves on ensuring everyone has somewhere suitable to stay, with such in-depth knowledge as ramp gradients, number of steps and door widths. The company seem to be mostly working within Europe, but are expanding further abroad. 

Disabled Holidays

The UK's largest accessible holiday specialist and official suppliers to Make a Wish foundation, Disabled Holidays know what they're doing. Unlimited locations are covered, but cruises and travelling in the UK are specialisms. 

Disabled Ramblers

If your ideal break is to explore the beautiful landscapes of the British Isles, then The Ramblers can ensure ataxia won't get in your way. They not only put their own routes together after researching accessibility, but advocate for further accessibility improvements to be made.

Access2africa Safaris

One of our very own Friends has enjoyed a fantastic trip to see big cats in South Africa with Access2africa Safaris, and wholeheartedly recommends it.