Physical challenges should not prevent you from travelling.In this post you will find tips to make your travel plans without worry.
Travel opportunities for specially abled people should be a priority for tourism everywhere.That’s why when Ron the guest author for this post pitched the idea,I gave the go ahead.
Many cities all around the world are beginning to catch up with their disabled-friendly excursions. However, some are still trailing in the dust.
Thankfully, there are some top cities all around the world for disabled travelers to consider exploring. The world is your oyster, and it’s time to start discovering all it has to offer.
There are so many things to go through when traveling with a disability. Checking you have enough of your medication in stock, like enough insulin if you’re diabetic, is just one of the various parts of the checklist. So why not opt for a staycation to remove the stress? This way, you won’t have a language barrier in case anything should happen to your medication. San Diego is one of the top cities in America for disabled travelers thanks to the different tram systems to get around the city as well as the grid layout of the streets. Plus, many of the leading attractions for San Diego have all been updated to welcome every disabled guest.
This city has been named as one of the most accessible cities in Asia. The wide sidewalks, mass rail transit, and unique buses have all been designed to help any traveler navigate the city. Plus, this doesn’t just mean for wheelchair users either. The public transport is due to be improved soon to better cater for visually impaired commuters. The botanic gardens in Singapore are a must-see while you’re there, too. After all that exploring, perhaps you are looking for somewhere to sleep? Singapore has a huge variety of hotels with disabled access where you can sleep like a baby after the day’s events.
This is a city that has been designed to accommodate all levels of ability. The streets are lined with ramps to make crossing traffic as easy as possible. Plus, their extensive public transport network has all be designed with wheelchairs in mind. All the buses in the city are wheelchair accessible, and many of the metro stations have fitted elevators. To top it all off, Barcelona even has a unique number to call if you require a wheelchair specific taxi to avoid disappointment. All these additions mean disabled travelers can enjoy sites from the Sagrada Família to Park Güell.
Playa del Carmen
This Mexican gem is tucked away within the country but is one of the most disabled-friendly cities in the world. In addition to a disabled tour of the local ancient ruins, the city has recently launched a public beach designed to make like as easy as possible for any disabled traveler. This is the very first of its kind in the country. There is everything from beach wheelchairs to special walkers and an extended boardwalk to make this beach experience the best it could possibly be. Local areas also have cranes that make swimming in the sea possible for any tourist.
No longer do we have to be confined to seeing our own hometown. These disabled-friendly cities mean we can explore the world. Be sure to leave a comment down below if you have any further suggestions.