Enable Travel partners with Ezy Mov to make Goa accessible for travellers with mobility challenges

With an aim to make Goa a fully accessible destination and address different mobility issues of tourists, Enable Travel has partnered with Ezy Mov, India’s first wheelchair taxi service, to provide accessible guided tours in the state.

Debolin Sen, Head, Enable Travel; Shama Noorani, Enable Travel expert, along with Bennet D’cunha, Co-Founder and CEO of Ezy Mov announced their partnership in their first joint effort to make travel barrier-free in Goa.

Speaking about the partnership, Debolin Sen, Head, Enable Travel said, “Goa serves as one of the most popular and preferred travel destinations in India for both domestic and international tourists. However, due to lack of transport facilities available, people with mobility issues including elderly travellers are unable to experience a destination in its broadest sense. We are very proud to be continuing our commitment to making travel easy and hassle-free in India and working with like-minded partners to create an inclusive and accessible travel environment.”

Speaking on the partnership, Bennet D’cunha, CEO, Ezy Mov said, “Our mission is to position India as the leading country with regards to accessible tourism. What better place to start the journey than Goa, the premier holiday destination of our country. Moreover, the public infrastructure in Goa currently is more accessible than compared to other states. This service will also be available for the local population to meet their healthcare and social needs.”  

Since its launch in March 2017, Enable Travel, powered by Cox & Kings has hosted attractive curated holiday experiences for the disabled (wheelchair, blind, deaf and speech impairment) as well as for senior citizens. The brand is today present across 220+ destinations domestic and international included.