Tours & Agents

Organized accessible tours are a great way to see a new place without having to do too much work, especially if you are traveling to an international country. These tour companies make travel accessible, see how. Email us for tour tips.

Dawsonville, Georgia: Amicalola River Trail

The Amicalola River Trail in Dawsonville, Georgia is the way to get to the river. Most people come to the river to do tubing, kayaking, or fishing. The Amicola River Trail is a beautiful well-kept boardwalk...

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Amsterdam Travel: Wheeling & Transportation

Wheeling Amsterdam Bikes, cobblestones and steep bridges in Amsterdam? Yep, you can count on it, but there are ways to deal with barriers if you’re traveling with a wheelchair. In a city with so much water...

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GOGO Charters Chicago

  Looking for ADA accessible transportation in or around Chicago, Illinois? You’ve come to the right place.  GOGO Charters provides comfortable, wheelchair friendly group transportation in and around the state of Illinois. Travel far and wide to a wedding, a corporate...

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West Point Inn Cabins on Mt. Tamalpais

The West Point Inn is nestled on the slopes of Mt. Tamalpais in Mill Valley, California, not far from Muir Woods and Stinson Beach. It’s a historical property that has been catering to tourists for decades. Getting here is the biggest challenge. For people who do not...

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Music for All: British Accessible Venues

How British Music Festivals Are Gearing Up To Be More Accessible For Wheelchair Users The Brits often refer to the “great British festival” as though it is some sort of rite of passage for visiting tourists, but until recently, and unfortunately, festivals have – by...

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New York: Hotel 50 Bowery

In New York, Hotel 50 Bowery is a Joie de Viver boutique hotel in Chinatown, close to Lower East Side, Little Italy, SoHo, and Brooklyn. Wheelchair access at the NYC Hotel 50 Bowery has been incorporated well. ...

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Yosemite Bug Resort: Hostel International

Yosemite Bug Rustic Mountain Resort is about thirty-minutes just outside of Yosemite National Park on Highway 140 tucked along a hillside, under groves of oak trees. It’s a popular place for young adults and...

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