We often assume, we are even sure that people who have disabilities they are Visual, auditory, physical intellectuals, among others, have many limitations to enjoy a tourist program and what is more, we believe that it will be very difficult to accompany them. A first recommendation that we make as operators with experience in the care and service of a diversity of clients is that we desmontemos the idea that disability is synonymous with disability. Contrary consider approaching them as the diversity of humans without prejudices, only in this way you can see that many of them are people independent, self-contained, entertaining, intelligent and with a huge capacity of humor and enjoyment. In some cases the gentle disposition will need only offer friendship, share in others with some adaptations i.e. some adjustments especially to access to some places as ramps to avoid difficulties in the passage of a wheelchair, a person with impaired will be sufficient. In other cases, signs, symbols, luminous warnings placed in strategic places enough for people with hearing problems, also that for a majority of them carry their headphones help them enormously.
We once again repeat that the biggest barrier is show indifferent or have false representations which are capable or not. We know that shared activities, outdoor living with mother nature, thematic excursions, visits to museums, the practice of adventure sports, visiting various urban and rural places in all they can enjoy people with disabilities and thus everyone can integrate us, know us more, have friends in other words include us, that is what most lack makes us in a world becoming increasingly more inclusive. If we think and act this way, posibilitaremos that many and each who enjoy according to your possibilities and needs. Many probably remember that this vast mountain, the largest in the world: Everest, was crowned in the fullness of its Summit, by blind people (previous respective training) while many that we do not have vision problems, are fleeing or postponing the hike, and many are afraid to climb a mountain. Another cause for comment, are Special Olympics involving children and young people with Down syndrome, giving lessons of prudery and effort. Again we mention in ECOAVENTURA life have experienced and learned from these people, like everyone else, they have the same skills, the same dreams, illusions, problems, and making tourism loaded kilos of adrenaline as many and intensely enjoy every trip.