Just because you need a wheelchair to get around some or all of the time, doesn’t mean your craving to see the world is any the less. So why you should you be confined to big multinational hotels and bland city breaks? Getting out of your comfort zone might take a little more preparation but as our guide to wheelchair accessible holidays shows, the opportunities are only growing.
From touring temples in Japan to seeing the Big Five in South Africa, or cruising Antarctica, if you’re up to the challenge there’s a trip to help you meet it.
The amount of planning involved can put people off pushing their boundaries. We hope that the advice in this guide will be useful in that regard, but our friendly and knowledgeable Travel Team are always available to answer your questions, as are the many specialist operators we work with. Whatever your concerns about a trip on our site, get in touch and we’ll be happy to fill in the detail. Like Hannibal Smith, we love it when a plan comes together.