But these are no ordinary holidays. Our groups are a mixture of both blind and sighted travellers. As a sighted traveller, we simply ask that you share your eyesight by describing the wonderful world around you to a blind partner and in return, for those sharing their vision, travellers receive up to 50% off. You don’t even need any experience of blindness.

As a blind traveller, you’re able to book a holiday with freedom and independence. What’s more, you don’t have to bring anyone with you, as you will be joining a group of like-minded explorers.

Travellers join our vacations from all over the world and you can too. Follow the links below to find out where your next adventure might take you.

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below is a sample from our range of holidays

  • Mayan Mexico

    February 9 - February 21, 2018 | 13 days

    Explore the intrigue, mystery and wonder of the once-prosperous and advanced civilisation of the Maya in Mexico. Far from the international resorts of the Yucatan Peninsula, this tour uncovers the delicious food, diverse peoples and vibrant cultures that can be found in Mexico City before discovering crumbling, overgrown temples and small Spanish colonial towns amid the glorious scenery of Chiapas – Mexico’s most exciting region.

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  • Colombia

    November 1 - November 11, 2017 | 11 days

    Colombia is Latin America’s vogue destination this year. Hospitable Colombians are ready to offer a warm welcome to their Andean Mountain cities, rainforests, Carribean Coast and charming colonial cities. Begin with the gorgeous city of Medellin, famous for the turbulent reign of the drug lord Pablo Escobar, but more recently for fabulous coffee and craftsmanship. Next, fly north to Cartagena for pristine beaches and spectacular natural scenery.

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  • Burma

    September 20 - September 30, 2017 | 11 days

    Journey to the golden lands of Burma, known also as Myanmar, where a traditional way of life that has been lost elsewhere across Asia still reigns. Buddhism is revered and respected by the Burmese people who have created such treasures as the Schwedagon Pagoda and the sprawling archaeological city of Bagan. Our tour covers all the highlights in this fascinating country beginning with Yangon, before heading to Inle Lake, Bagan and concluding in the royal city of Mandalay.

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I thoroughly enjoyed my first Traveleyes holiday to Finland. I met some amazing people and had some incredible experiences. I would certainly recommend Traveleyes to anyone either sighted or visually impaired.

Aaron Fowler, Blind Traveller - Finland, December 2016

This is my second visit to New York although previously independently. I could not resist the opportunity to visit again and this proved to be an excellent short break. New York is a magnificent city and all my expectations were fulfilled. Thank you Traveleyes and thank you New York. Wow.

Gerald James, Blind Traveller - New York, February 2017

If you like experiencing new and different things, and enjoy talking, then Traveleyes is for you.
I have done three trips with the company, all to quite different places, and I have found that I get so much more from the experience when I need to see it on behalf of someone else.
I really admire the attitude of the VI travellers, and the independence they show. It is humbling to have people trust me, a complete stranger, to guide them through a place which is new to both of us. We each adapt to the other person and in that way we get the best from the day. And tomorrow a new pairing and a different experience.
I have loved each of my trips with Traveleyes, but the Galapagos trip has been a once in a lifetime opportunity. I am still buzzing.

Helen Fletcher, Sighted Traveller - Galapagos and The Amazon, December 2016

I have been on many Traveleyes holidays and the Ecuador trip was excellent. As usual it was a very memorable trip in all ways. For me our fellow travellers make the holiday so much more enjoyable.

Ian Taylor - Galapagos and The Amazon, December 2016

As this was our 12th trip you must have being doing something right. See you on the Thailand trip.

Kenneth Howell, Blind Traveller - Cape Verde, February 2017

I have done a great deal of traveling on my own as a totally blind person. While it has been a great adventure, it was also very stressful and lonely at times and I was limited in what I could do, because of the attitude of tour operators towards unescorted blind travellers. I went on my first Traveleyes on the Rhine River. It was a great experience. I never had to be stressed about finding my way, getting food from a buffet, walking round cities, etc. In addition, the company was great, with lots of fun and laughter. Above all, this is a very good example of what many organisations refer to as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). But the difference is: this is not a policy on paper; it is a practical outworking of what this really means. I will certainly go on another holiday with Traveleyes, as time allows.

Lynita Conradie, Blind Traveller - New Year Rhine Cruise, December 2016

My first holiday with Traveleyes was delightful, so friendly people & interesting, what's not to like, my recommendation is to go for it, you will have fun & some great experiences which is what travel is all about.

Shirley Elphick, Sighted Traveller - The Seychelles, January 2017

Being my first "Traveleyes" experience, I was very dubious. Came away feeling great and made some lovely friends both sighted and non-sighted.

Theresa Davis, Sighted Traveller - Berlin, February 2017

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