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01 April 2020

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Travelling For Differently Abled People

Travelling For Differently Abled People

There has been a rise in the number of differently-abled people as travelers around the world, but still, a lot of improvement needs to be made in that area. As a physically fit person, one should always motivate these people to travel and tell them about all the benefits.

In a technically advanced world, everything is possible for physically challenged people, when it comes to traveling, there are certain guidelines for these people which should be followed:

  • One should describe his/her disability clearly while booking tickets or accommodations so that the staff is well prepared.
  • Picking the right accommodation is important as many hotels have to be informed earlier to arrange staff and required equipment.
  • All essentials like medicines, prescriptions, and emergency contact numbers should be carried along.
  • Choose convenient and safe routes while traveling from one destination to another.
  • There are various websites for disabled people to help them travel, some famous ones are listed below:
    • www.wheelchairtraveling.com
    • www.accessatlast.com
    • www.enabletravel.com
    • www.wheelchairtravel.org
    • www.stridetravel.com
    • www.tourismforall.org.uk
    • www.curbfreewithcorylee.com
      besides these, there are a lot of other websites to enable easy travel all around the world.
  • Do proper research on the country or state one is visiting to know about the environment, people and to ensure easy and safe travel.
  • To gain proper experience in traveling for the disabled, one should visit destinations which are the most wheelchair-friendly like:
  • Sydney, Australia
  • London, UK
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Paris, France
  • Ireland
  • New York, USA
  • Melbourne, Australia, etc
    And in case of domestic traveling, one can always ask from the ones who have been there or to search the internet.

At last, to everyone who is disabled and has lost hope to travel and see the world, remember that in today’s technologically advanced world, nothing is impossible if one is motivated and determined enough. So, read all the guidelines and do proper research for disabled people traveling and remember: “Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets”

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