Your age, disability or physical restriction shouldn’t eschew you from visiting gorgeous places and largely enjoying life to the fullest.
With the increasing need and growth of accessible tourism, it’s now more than possible to delight in services, products and travel attractions that you long thought you never had the chance of experiencing.
Daily Mail UK Travel’s correspondent Fred Mawer reported that there are a wide selection of both public and private travel destinations that people with disabilities could visit with the help of various travel companies that are fully equipped to provide such tours (“The Crafty Traveller: From Sailing to Skiing… How You can Enjoy the Paralympic Spirit”).
Here’s a snippet of his recently-published travel article:
Wings on Wheels (01945 871111, wingsonwheels.co.uk) specializes in accompanied tours for small groups of people with mobility issues. Destinations next year include New Zealand and Ecuador, and there's still availability on a sightseeing holiday to Malaysia next month. The 12-night break costs from £2,600 per person… Redpoint Holidays (0345 680 1214, redpoint.co.uk) arranges breaks for people with physical and learning disabilities, and their families, in the Austrian ski resort of Fugen. Special equipment is available along with lessons from qualified instructors.