This year, we are touring in Apulia,
Berlin, and a roadtrip from
Bilbao to Santiago de Compostela.
We have been slow to update our website.
After announcing initial plans, the process of finalising the smaller details
can take a long time and involve many changes, which could cause confusion if we
tried to publish tour details as we went along.
Many of our regular clients stay in contact via less formal channels like social
media, where we can discuss different ideas and inform people what we have in
With a level of confidence boosted by previous experiences with us, people tend
to express interest before details are pinned down, with the consequence that
our tours tend to already be provisionally booked before being published here.
We appreciate that this could be seen as not entirely "fair", as it
does tend to favour the brave, but we are a small & friendly business, and
like that clients feel a part of the whole process.
You can join us on Facebook to get in the loop and keep ahead
of what we're planning.
We have our group Friends
of Makin' Tracks
for conversation, including sharing ideas for the future,
and we have the more formal page Makin'
Tracks for the official(!) info.
We're always open to suggestions, so please get in touch if
you've something in mind. Indeed, if you just want advice, contact
us. We're very approachable, not scary at all!
Our groups are always small, we're highly experienced in both
tourism and disability issues, and we know Europe like the back of our hands.
It's a family business - we are there personally arranging everything, never
delegating to third parties or "trained" staff.
We carry a substantial amount of equipment with us, which is available at no
extra cost to you.
Ask for details, & take a look at the photo at the bottom
of Our Approach.
We have also a hoist which can be used in "active"
(standing) or "passive" (sitting) mode,
and now a collection of small mobility scooters.
Please take a look at our Feedback
page to see why our clients are so loyal.
Read more about how we operate in Our
For a behind the scenes insight into how we research tours take a look at this
article about our planning for Hungary.
link for a review
by clients of a tour with us.