SUPPORTING INCLUSIVE TOURISM IN NEW ZEALAND

Inclusive Tourism

A global movement to ensure the social participation of persons with disabilities, in travel, adventure, and cultural contribution - It starts looking at real people as they exist in all their diversity of abilities.

Supporting Inclusive Tourism in New Zealand

Inclusive Tourism

A global movement to ensure the social participation of persons with disabilities, in travel, adventure, and cultural contribution - It starts looking at real people as they exist in all their diversity of abilities.

Supporting Inclusive Tourism in New Zealand

Inclusive Tourism

A global movement to ensure the social participation of persons with disabilities, in travel, adventure, and cultural contribution - It starts looking at real people as they exist in all their diversity of abilities.

Kia Ora
Welcome to the official site for Inclusive Tourism in New Zealand

Makingtrax is the Benchmark of Inclusive Tourism NZ. It focuses on the experience rather than infrastructure. Through the simplicity of education, information, cooperation and only if needed adaption. It opens the tourism industry to everyBODY. Our vision is to see New Zealand tourism embrace all abilities and adapt their offerings, providing ultimate experiences to all. Makingtrax is a Charitable Trust dedicated to inclusive tourism.

Diversity is the Only thing all humans have in common!

One in four....that number may sound high, but one in four Kiwis have a disability and with an ageing population, that number will only increase

Worldwide approx. 650 million people have a physical disability, lets open the world of adventure to everyBODY 

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YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE.. INCLUSIVE DIRECTORY

Testimonial

For travellers with disabilities but adventurous tastes, the operators are there. The problem is finding them. However, both coordination between sectors and consumer awareness are arguably bigger obstacles than product adaptation. In New Zealand, initiatives like Makingtrax are a good indication of what the future has in store. The scheme brings together several accessible-friendly operators from across the country, whether they specialise in whitewater rafting, tandem skydives, kayaking or canyon swings. It functions as a sort of membership collective, collecting the relevant operators together in one place.
National Geographic UK

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