Kéroul is a non-profit organization whose aim is to make tourism and culture accessible to people of restricted physical abilities.
The areas of Kéroul’s involvement include the following:
- Providing a representative link to private and public administrative bodies;
- dialoguing with representatives from the domain of people of restricted abilities and with those of tourism and culture;
- promoting research, development, and accessibility consultation;
- providing training for receptionists on the services provided to disabled and elderly people;
- providing travel information;
- promoting the services of Kéroul.
Among the host of information available on the Kéroul website, you can find the following:
Le répertoire Le Québec pour tous (Discover Québec)
Discover Quebec is a repertoire of more than 1,700 tourism firms that have been certified as partially or completely accessible by Kéroul. Searches can be conducted according to activity, region, suggested itinerary, or certification.
The quarterly magazine Le Baladeur
Le Baladeur is a quarterly magazine that focuses on accessible tourism and cultural activities. It provides suggestions for accessible vacation getaways and outings in the province of Quebec and elsewhere.
Data base of accessible touristic and cultural venues
This site features a series of articles describing the level of accessibility of various touristic and cultural venues and activities in the province of Quebec. These interesting and varied articles will keep you up-to-date with the latest events.
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