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.

Costa Rica Wheelchair Accessible Transportation

If you are traveling to any beach in Costa Rica, it is better to rent a 4WD car. Usually, car rentals don’t have any hand controls, but Service Car Rental offers different options like mini vans, ramps and portable handicap driving hand controls. You have to make a...

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Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs

The Garden of the Gods is a 1300-acre city park in Colorado Springs, Colorado that features colorful, towering rock formations amid stunning views of Pikes Peak in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. In the late 1800's the property was owned by Charles Elliott...

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Murphys Suites Hotel

Murphys California is a small town about 3 hours east of San Francisco. There are a few places to stay, Murphys Suites Hotel, which is right off of highway 4, is the most popular because of the location. The hotel is within walking distance to the historic downtown...

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Accessible Accommodations at Shenandoah National Park

Within Shenandoah National Park in Virginia are a few accommodations options with access. The two resorts with lodges are Big Meadows Lodge and Skyline Resort. A few campgrounds have access. Big Meadows Lodge Description: Built in 1939, the Big Meadows Lodge is a...

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Australia: Access to Public Transportation

Australia has had a national disability act for decades. Commonwealth Government’s Disability Discrimination Act (1992) and the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (2002). It entitles those with disabilities to the same level of services as all...

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Australia Taxis: Wheelchair Access Overview

Australia has a long history of providing taxis for those with disabilities. Way back in the 1980’s Australia saw the need and quickly introduced wheelchair access taxis. The early ones were cumbersome converted Ford sedans and were horrible to ride in, and equally...

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Stanford House in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

The Stanford House is a hostel operating within Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio, located about a ten minute drive from the Boston Visitor Center. The classic historical white wood panel structure is surrounded by lovely trees. One handicapped parking spot is...

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What To-Do: Family Favorites for Travel in Rome, Italy

Tyler and I loved Rome! We wanted to see Rome because of the things we had learned about Roman history. We wanted to actually see the Colosseum where the Roman gladiators fought and walk where Julius Caesar ruled. It was much fun and more fascinating than we could...

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Paris, France: 10 Access Travel Tips

Our family traveled to Paris, France for the first time. We were there for only a couple of days but managed to see and experience a lot with the time we had. Getting around wasn't much trouble because Tyler's...

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