Fife Tourism Partnership

Benefits of inclusive tourism

· People with health conditions and impairments tend to take longer holiday breaks than average and therefore tend to spend more money per trip.

· Disabled travellers and senior travellers spend significantly more when they go on holiday than other market groups.

· Inclusive businesses have higher occupancy rates and a more loyal customer base who is keen to recommend them to their family and friends.

· Becoming more inclusive can make life easier for a wide range of customers. Think of people with hearing loss, mental or visual impairments, wheelchair users, senior travellers, or families with young children.

· The market is set to increase as the UK’s population ages and the benefits for businesses and destinations catering for inclusive tourism are growing.

· 86% of senior travellers make a return visit if their needs are met.

· It's a human right!

Fife already has some fantastic accessible venues, accommodation, and attractions but there is always more we can do to make sure everyone can experience our area to the full.

To find out more about accessible locations and venues in Fife, head to our Accessibility Guide to Fife