Inclusive tourism advocates equal opportunity for all people to carry out all the actions that make up a tourism activity. In this way, it benefits both dependents as well as all companies that are included within the tourism sector.
We can cite some of its objectives:
- Facilitate tourism for dependent people and people with reduced mobility and adapt it to their conditions.
- Seek the economic profitability of the tourism sector.
- That all people can carry out tourist activities independently
- Encourage the safety and comfort of travelers.
Among the clients who demand inclusive tourism we can find: tourists with disabilities in their physical abilities, tourists with a decrease or loss of their auditory or visual sensory abilities, tourists with an intellectual capacity lower than what is considered normal, tourists with multiple disabilities, elderly tourists. advanced, tourists with temporary injuries that reduce their capacities, pregnant tourists in an advanced stage of pregnancy, whose physical mobility is temporarily reduced, tourists who transport baby carriages or other elements that hinder their mobility.
However, inclusive tourism benefits ALL TOURISTS, both the group that demands it as essential to carry out the activity, as well as regular customers, who benefit from accessibility to the environment and perceive it as an unconscious emotional enjoyment and a symptom. quality.