Whether it’s a day trip or a long excursion, looking to explore or unwind, traveling in a wheelchair requires advanced planning.
Discover wheelchair accessible activities, attractions, accommodations and transportation for destinations all over the world. Book with a tour or get the information you need to plan your own trip.
Know if the setup will be comfortable for your physical needs. Explore wheelchair accessible hotels, inns, B&Bs, cabins, cottages, villas, apartments campsites and more before you make a reservation.
Find out how you will get around. Driving your own car or looking to rent? Relying on public transportation like taxis, buses, trains and airplanes? How wheelable is your destination?
Read the adventures and interviews of wheelchair travelers from around the world along with activities that you will never forget or never thought possible, from renting a fully wheelchair accessible yacht or RV to riding in a hot air balloon.
Make your journey smoother. Not know what to bring? What questions to ask? Want tips on flying or booking a hotel or vehicle? Find out here.
What to bring? From bath accessories to bags, review the equipment specially designed for the wheelchair traveler. Make traveling more efficient and comfortable for you.
By Erik Kondo
By Wheelchair Traveler
By Michal Baran in Destinations, Europe, Italy
Travelling has always been a big part of my life. So it is no wonder, that after leaving the hospital in February 2012...
By Mike in Caribbean, Destinations
I’ve always been fascinated with traveling; mostly by air though as that was my main form of travel when not taking a...
By Wheelchair Traveler in Interviews, Travel Journals
Christiann Otter Baily has a spinal cord injury (L3,L4) from a skateboarding accident in 2006 and does what he loves...
By Wheelchair Traveler in Destinations, Europe, France
Paris, France is one of the world’s most desired travel destinations. For wheelchair travelers the old-world...
By cpnoonan in Travel Journals
Living in the San Francisco Bay Area means having access to some of the most beautiful spots to visit, and Sonoma’s...
By Monica Q in Caribbean
It was a cold day bundled in my down overcoat in New England and I couldn’t count down the hours fast enough to...
By Mark Hehir in California, Destinations, USA
Besides being very diverse and multicultural, the San Francisco Bay Area is also very wheelchair accessible. Many of...
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