accessible activities and unforgettable experiences
Parc d’Oka: A remarkable example
In 2012, the team at Parc national d’Oka earned the Mention Kéroul, a distinction that honours managers who provide accessible services to persons with reduced mobility. That year, the park had really gone the extra mile in adapting ready-to-camp Huttopia […]Read more
The Italian shower (roll-in shower): A rare find in hotels
An Italian shower, more commonly known as a roll-in shower, is simply a shower with no curb or step between the shower and the bathroom floor. For many people in wheelchairs, this feature is not a luxury but a necessity. […]Read more
Aboriginal Québec are becoming more accessible
According to the adage, you need to know where you’re from to know where you’re going. These words couldn’t ring more true for First Nations and Inuit communities, who value a strong connection to their ancestors. Naturally, Aboriginal peoples pass […]Read more
The word “economuseum” raises a lot of questions and sparks plenty of interest. Some confuse the term with ecomuseum. Others mistake it for an economic museum! Perceptions abound and they are often light-years from reality. Semantically speaking, the word “economuseum” […]Read more
Adapted snowmobiling for persons with disabilities
Quebec is the birthplace of snowmobiling. In the 1930s, Joseph-Armand Bombardier invented the first version of the snowmobile as a way to overcome rural isolation in winter. Since then, the snowmobile has become emblematic of Quebec. Foreign visitors often enjoy a […]Read more
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An exciting province, accessible to all
Québec for all is a database of over 1,700 tourism and cultural organizations and businesses assessed by Kéroul and certified fully or partially accessible, spread across 21 regions of Québec. Looking for an inspiring, authentic and accessible destination? You’ve come to the right place! Québec has put a great deal of effort into making tourist sites and services accessible to visitors with special needs. The province may be vast, but that’s no reason for its numerous natural and cultural attractions to be off limits to someone with a disability.Discover Quebec’s regions