Added by Vicky on August 21, 2017
Travelers with disabilities or medical issues can still travel in comfort. You’ll hit snags along the way even if you try to anticipate every circumstance. Careful planning can help, but you also need to do some more leg work than usual to ensure that your trip is a success.
1. Pick the Right Destination
You need to choose a destination that offers an accessible trip. There are accessible trips to some of the best places to travel in the world, including:
Machu Picchu Amazon Galapagos Islands
If you plan to visit Europe, you can utilize the European Network for Accessible Tourism to find cities in Europe that are accessible. The goal is to pick a destination that is accessible. If you plan to visit a mountain top that requires you to go up hills, through trails and to climb rocks, it’s probably