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Target audience

The OK:GO Initiative is intended for people with limited mobility:

People with disabilities, senior citizens, families with small children and many others

Traveling involves a lot of preparation, particularly for people with limited mobility. The information which is required for planning is often lacking. The presence of the OK:GO emblem on a website means that accessibility information is available for this offering. If you click on the OK:GO emblem, then a new window will open in your browser with all the accessibility information for the tourist facility. It covers the accessibility information for the tourist location.

The additional benefit of OK:GO:

  • The information is objective and has no subjective evaluations. Each traveler can therefore decide whether an offering is accessible for him/her or not.

  • The accessibility criteria have been developed in collaboration with disability organizations such as Pro Infirmis.

  • OK:GO aims to become an industry standard in the tourism sector in the years to come: every tourism provider can and should get involved!

  • If you are planning a trip, look for the OK:GO emblem in order to get information about the accessibility of tourist offerings with a single click!

Here are some examples of tourism providers which have implemented the OK:GO Initiative. Look for the OK:GO logo and click on it!

Tourist Offices

Toggenburg Tourism

St. Gallen-Bodensee Tourism

Zurich Tourism

Lucerne Tourism

Heidiland Tourismus AG

Vaud Promotion

 

Mountain Railways

Niesenbahn AG

Excursions

Naturzentrum Thurauen

Lindt Home of Chocolate

The Chedi Andermatt

Hotel Kurhaus Grimmialp

Holiday Inn Express Luzern - Kriens

Valsana Hotel & Appartements Arosa

Campofelice Camping Village

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