A Look @ Tasmania for Wheelchair Travelers


With its distinction as the world’s most rugged island, Tasmania is not exactly the place you would put first on the list of accessible travel destinations. Handicapped travellers of the world might shy away from Australia’s southernmost region, mainly because of images of disheartening weather, steep cliffs, and frozen valleys. Despite that, the island is also home to fauna and flora that are endemic – a diverse wildlife that rivals those of the Amazon and Asia. Amid all of these natural beauty, a wide selection of accommodations and destinations are gracious enough to provide service to wheelchair travellers.    ...

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