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Everything about traveling with disabilities! Wheelchair travel tips, disability travel tips, and much more. Firstly, Wheel the World aims to give great experiences tailored to everyone’s needs and wants, around gorgeous destinations in the world. Secondly, we provide accessible accommodations, experiences, and transportation, for people with disabilities, their families and friends. Thirdly, everything is topped with premium customer service available 24/7. Above all, we are in love with what we do. However, let our pictures, videos, and testimonies do the talking! Check out our accessible trips and discover how to explore the world without limits.

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7 Accessible Attractions in Europe to Celebrate Cultural Heritage

Welcome to the most accessible weekend in Europe! September 2021 will see museums, churches, galleries and other venues all across Europe open their doors to the public, free of charge. Accessible attractions across the continent will offer special events. This continent-wide festival is known as the ‘Journées du Patrimoine’ or ‘European Heritage Days’, and is...
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Holiday in Paris: The best wheelchair accessible hotel rooms

We all want to have a stress-free holiday or business trip, but traveling in a wheelchair needs more careful planning. There are so many things to think of and to check when booking a hotel! Most wheelchair users who have visited Paris agree that it is a well-adapted and “easy to roll in” city. Make...
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an overhead shot of the entrance to the Santa Monica pier. An arched sign over a street reads Santa Monica, cars drive underneath it. Just beyond the sign is a ferris wheel and various attractions on the pier over the water.

Wheel Life, Visiting Santa Monica

There are a seemingly endless number of activities to explore, in Santa Monica — even better, it’s an extremely wheelchair accessible city. Most of the popular visitor attractions are wheelchair-friendly, and there are a plethora of public parks, attractions, restaurants, and overnight accommodations around town for locals and visitors alike to enjoy an accessible trip...
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The Marathon to Make the World Accessible

Since I was a little boy I had dreamed of entrepreneurship, inspired by the trajectory of my grandparents, parents and siblings. At the age of 18 my whole life became an entrepreneurship in itself. I was in a car accident that left me quadriplegic, leaving my body paralyzed from the shoulders down. Like all entrepreneurial...
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A group of travelers in the jungle smile for the camera while using adaptive wheelchairs

Adaptive Equipment Making Adventure Accessible for All

Movement is a strong source of happiness. Whether it is just going to the park or traveling to another country, it gives us energy and freedom. Since I can remember, my dad used to take me to the forest for walks, that eventually became hikes, that somehow shaped a part of who I am today,...
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A group of three men and two women sitting at a table working on their computers. One man is in a wheelchair. One woman looks at the screen of the person on her right and smiles.

How the Pandemic Almost Destroyed our Company and How We Came Out Stronger

It was early March 2020 when I realized we were going to be struck by the worst event we never expected: a terrible pandemic that was going close down countries, tourism, and perhaps our company.  I still remember the frustration of how the growth we were experiencing before the COVID 19 suddenly stopped and all...
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How to Travel with Less Stress: Using Technology to Make Travel Easier

At 64 years old, Norm decided to leave his “normal” life behind for a nomadic lifestyle, traveling the world. He travels to different destinations, staying there for about 6 weeks at a time. He started a blog called Travel Younger, where he shares his story and travel tips geared toward baby boomers and generation X....
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The Best Adaptive Bicycles for Different Disabilities

Choosing between adaptive bicycles can be overwhelming. There are so many different options, and certain bikes work better for certain disabilities than others.  In Chile, the place where Wheel the World began, we run a program called Santiago Cycling. Every Sunday morning, the city of Santiago closes important streets down to cars so that people...
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A girl in a wheelchair rolls next to her father, who pushes a trolley of suitcases outside of the airport

Flying with Wheels: Wheelchair Air Travel Tips for Exploring without Limits

Annél Strydom is a mother, traveler and blogger. One of her children uses a wheelchair, and her family of four travels the world. She shared the following article with us about wheelchair air travel. As a family of 4, we’ve traveled the world full-time for 3 years with 4 suitcases, 4 backpacks, 2 kids, and...
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A woman in a wheelchair sits a a table with a coffee, completing remote work on her computer

How Remote Work Has Changed Jobs for People with Disabilities

The job market today is extremely dynamic, to say the least. The process of choosing a job is grueling, and the competition is usually high, with hundreds or even thousands of candidates all applying for the same position, as anyone who has ever browsed jobs online knows all too well. Furthermore, although there is so...
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Three men, one in a power wheelchair, smile for the camera in front of a lake with city buildings behind it

Accessible Outdoor Activities in New York

New York City is an exciting destination at any time of the year. Winter offers the chance to experience city snow and a holiday spirit that takes over Manhattan. Spring in New York has a special energy coming out of the cold winter: people start to spend more time outside and enjoy the parks and...
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What’s In a Name: When Wheelchair Travel in Norway Doesn’t Go as Planned

Chris Alp is a traveler, athlete, and contributor to our blog. He has traveled with WTW to Torres del Paine in Chilean Patagonia, where he trekked the W circuit with his wife. He shares an entertaining story about a travel mishap while traveling in his wheelchair through Norway. Woops! You know that feeling … the realization...
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How the Latest Technology Can Help Individuals with Disabilities Jump-Start Their Career

Living with a disability involves a certain amount of creative problem-solving. Add a career to the mix, and the need to problem-solve increases exponentially. Fortunately, today’s technologies are evolving quickly to help those with disabilities negotiate work-based difficulties. While employers can and should do what they can to make your workplace accessible, these technologies will...
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8 Accessible Places to Connect With Nature

From our backyards, to what may seem like the ends of the Earth, the world is full of so many places to explore and connect with the environment.  This Earth Day, we wanted to share some of the places where  the Wheel the World Team has felt in awe of our nature. We asked some...
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Accessible San Francisco: Things to Do, Places to Stay, and More!

My name is Dominique Partarrieu and I am a UX Designer at Wheel the World. I’ve been with the company since its start and I feel so lucky to be part of this wonderful family. I am Chilean and I live in San Francisco, California.  I’ve been able to participate in various WTW scouting trips:...
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