If you’re looking for information about worldwide accessible travel resources, be sure and download a copy of Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Online Resources. There’s no charge for this 170-page guide, which was compiled by Martin Heng, Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Manager. The guide includes hyperlinks to government access resources, airline and airport accessibility details, adaptive sporting and adventure travel organizations, accessible travel websites and blogs, and travel agents and tour operators who specialize in accessible travel. Each listing includes a short description of the resource, as well as an objective review of the website’s content. Interviews with accessible travel bloggers are also included. For more information, or to get your free copy, visit shop.lonelyplanet.com.