How to choose where to travel this year?
After being unable to travel for so long, many of us have a pent up desire to explore and discover again.
With many businesses reducing their offerings due to the pandemic, or even closing, it is hard to know what is available in 2022 and 2023.
When you have a physical challenge the options seem further reduced.
Thankfully, over the last couple of years, many businesses in tourism have made changes which result in greater access for all
The number of accommodation venues offering accessible rooms has increased significantly. There are now more experiences , tours and transport catering to wheelchair users.
And to make it even easier….
….there are some great websites and blogs which keep us up-to-date on what is available. Whether you wish to travel at home or abroad.
We have selected a few websites and links which you may find helpful.
This website , curated by John Morris , explores international destinations covering many continents- Asia, Africa, Pacific, USA and Canada. In his latest blog you will find a report on a recent group trip to Portugal that he organised, recommendations from a cruise expert on accessible cruising, tips on accessible places to visit in Latvia and even a travel portrait competition
On this website , based in U.S.A., you will find city guides, a community forum and a booking agency .There’s also the opportunity to share your story, and useful ideas like adaptive garments
An Australian family story of travelling with a child wheelchair user. Details of travel and adventures and details of a helpful publication called ‘ Travel Without Limits’
And if you choose where to travel includes Sydney and surrounds…
Sharing a love of showcasing the beauty of Sydney and surrounds. Australia In Style is an award winning Sydney based transport and tour company offering a range of wheelchair accessible services. The fleet of vans and minibuses all have rear, level electronic hoists. Seating capacity of the vehicles ranges from 5 -20 .
In addition to general charter, they have created accessible tours for visitors to Sydney. Australia In Style recently won a Tourism NSW award for Excellence in Accessible Tourism.
From private and exclusive accessible airport and cruise ship transfers to accessible tours of the Blue Mountains we love to showcase the beauty of Sydney and surrounds. You can view the packaged tours on our website here. You can also create unique tours in Sydney.
To discuss your Sydney travel plans, contact the team 7 days here