TOMI is now an accredited promoter of Accessible Tourism!

TOMI is now a recognized accredited Pantou Listed Supplier by ENAT – European Network for Accessible Tourism, for its work in empowering disability inclusion with the innovative project “TOMI For All”. TOMI is a unique innovation that is a great ally to promote accessible tourism for everyone with disabilities.

TOMI promotes equity by providing essential information and smart services to everyone who interacts with it, promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities. TOMI For All is a project that ensures that everyone, regardless of their physical or cognitive condition, can look for information and smart services on the platform.

About Accessible Tourism

“Accessible tourism enables people with access requirements, including mobility, vision, hearing and cognitive dimensions of access, to function independently and with equity and dignity through the delivery of universally designed tourism products, services and environments. This definition is inclusive of all people including those travelling with children in prams, people with disabilities and seniors.” 1


In this context, TOMI’s role is to design for accessibility and inclusion, ensuring that everyone, regardless of their physical or cognitive needs, can search for information with TOMI.

About Pantou

Pantou is the Greek word for Everywhere. Pantou has been developed to meet the need for a reliable and comprehensive international guide to all kinds of accessible tourism services, helping to make tourism everywhere Accessible for All. This web site presents the Directory of suppliers of accessible tourism services, covering the whole tourism and travel value chain. Until Spring 2017 the site was funded by the European Commission and its focus was on European businesses and destinations and service providers offering Europe-inbound tours.

You can find TOMI’s page in Pantou here.


1 Darcy, S., & Dickson, T. (2009). A Whole-of-Life Approach to Tourism: The Case for Accessible Tourism Experiences. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 16(1), 32-44.