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

  • Loire Valley

    August 21 - August 28, 2018 | 8 days

    Journey to one of the world’s most desirable and exclusive locations, the Loire Valley in France. For centuries, the richest and most privileged of France’s Ancien Regime constructed their decadent chateaux and sprawling gardens in this delightful patch of land to the south-west of Paris. This jam-packed tour includes many of the most beautiful examples from this period, as well as other quintessentially French activities such as wine and food tastings. Step back in time into this romantic and quintessentially French period and discover what life was like for the pampered French aristocracy.

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  • Mongolia

    August 2 - August 12, 2018 | 11 days

    Immerse yourself in traditional nomadic communities, sharing their food, hospitality and swapping stories around the fire with some of the warmest people on earth in stunning Mongolia. Exhilarating activities such as archery, horse-riding and visits to National Parks are paired with relaxing Mongolian barbecue dinners and therapeutic dips in natural hot springs.

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  • Romania Walking

    September 4 - September 11, 2018 | 8 days

    With pastel coloured cottages, untamed countryside and a traditional rural culture, Transylvania is emerging as an enchanting landscape to explore, particularly by foot. We will discover the legendary tale of Dracula’s castle on our travels through fairy-tale medieval towns and the fortified churches of Saxon lands. We’ll stay in the quintessentially Transylvanian village of Viscri, quaint painted cottages line the main street, with horse and cart passing by as we are welcomed into a tight-knit community to share their rich and warming local food.

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The Traveleyes holidays for me have opened new doors and have given me the chance to travel the world. This is with sighted guides who describe the surroundings and activities which brings things alive for me.

Jane Hawthorn, Blind Traveller - Indonesia, July 2017

A well organised and executed holiday. A good selection of interesting tours suitable for all abilities and giving a good over view of each city.

Elizabeth Hudson, sighted traveller - Imperial Capitals, September 2017

This holiday gave me the opportunity to meet visually impaired persons and I learnt so much. I only hope the V. I's got as much pleasure from being in my company as I did from being in their company. Thank you Traveleyes :)

Pam Jones, sighted traveller - Tandem Cruising in Holland, September 2017

Iceland was my second holiday with Traveleyes and it was just as good as the first one. I can't wait for the safari in November.

Aaron Fowler, Blind Traveller - Iceland, August 2017

This was my first time with Traveleyes and I was somewhat apprehensive and nervous however both the tour guide and the people who'd been on previous Traveleyes holidays quickly helped me to overcome my concerns.
It was a great experience and I would, and have, recommend Traveleyes

Vivienne Belt, sighted traveller - Walking in Sicily, October 2017

Traveleyes has given me travel with a purpose, among a huge range of places and length of time away.

Rosemary Cahill, sighted traveller - Venice, October 2017

In Iceland I dared to do a lot more than I expected. This is partly due to the encouragement from some of my sighted partners.

Ana Murray-Rochard, Blind Traveller - Iceland, August 2017

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