Challenges Of Inclusive Tourism: World Experiences And Ways To Develop Inclusive Tourism In Uzbekistan


  • Bakhodir Azammboyevich Kuziboyev , Mokhinur Ravshanbekovna Makhmudova , Bunet Muratovich Abduraimov , Sherzod Ravshanovich Nizamov


The results from a study of foreign experiences in the popularization and
application of inclusive rehabilitation and social tourism as a new interdisciplinary direction
in the tourism sector are presented. The conceptual and terminological scheme is considered
along with issues regarding the use and interpretation of the “inclusive tourism” concept.
Inclusive tourism allows all-inclusive categories, especially people with special needs, to be
involved in the tourism infrastructure in the presence of an accessible environment, including
the mobile, visual, auditory, and cognitive components of accessibility, so that they can
function independently and on an equal footing with dignity. Uzbekistan provides for the
transformation of persons with disabilities into participants in tourism, the creation of
adequate conditions for them in tourist facilities, and the protection of their economic, social,
political, spiritual, and legal interests.