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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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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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A man in a wheelchair on the beach looks out over the ocean, in the foreground of the photo is the tip of a surfboard

A Guide to Wheelchair Accessible Beaches in Maui, Hawaii

Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian island, coming in behind the island of Hawaii, also known as “The Big Island”. Maui is called “The Valley Isle”, because it was formed by 6 different volcanoes and their valleys. Of all the Hawaiian islands, sunny Maui boasts the most miles of beaches accessible by roads. The island offers...
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Four people, one in a wheelchair, walk along a pathway in the Sacred Valley on a hill above the town of Pisac

Your Guide to Wheelchair Accessible Peru

Peru is a destination known for its culture and history. Machu Picchu is what attracts most travelers to Peru, but its diverse geography, culture, and cuisine make it an ideal place to explore.  Needless to say, Peru is one of the most popular destinations in South America, and did you know can find wheelchair accessible...
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Our Anniversary Trip to Wheelchair Accessible Key West

This blog article is part of a series of traveler’s stories. Stacy Rounds is a traveler and wheelchair user. Here she shares her experience traveling with her husband to accessible Key West, Florida. When my husband asked if I wanted to spend our 22nd wedding anniversary some place warm and sunny, I was surprised and...
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Four people, one in a wheelchair, enter the shallow turquoise ocean

Exploring Accessible Riviera Maya: A Traveler’s Paradise

With its beautiful beaches and lush jungles, Riviera Maya is an accessible destination for everyone! Whether you feel like relaxing on the beach and enjoying an all-inclusive resort or exploring ancient ruins and underground rivers, the variety of accessible activities available will help you enjoy this paradise exactly how you want to.  Riviera Maya is...
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Business Without Limits: How Young Adults with Disabilities Can Start a Successful Business Career

As a young adult, you have the whole world at your fingertips. And even though you hold a disability, it shouldn’t stop you from seeing the world and pursuing your post-secondary goals and dreams. For some, this could mean earning a college degree and pursuing a career in business.  There are a number of great...
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How to Explore Accessible Tokyo without Limits

Hey everyone!  My name is Josh and I am a former Canadian.  “Former”?  Yes, you read that right I was a Canadian.  But, while traveling the world I fell in love with Japan and became a citizen.  Unfortunately, in Japan you cannot have dual citizenship so I gave up my old citizenship to become Japanese....
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Exploring Accessible Puerto Varas

My name is Jacynthe Boudreau, but people call me Jass.  I am a WTW Accessibility Ambassador, and I helped map accessible Puerto Varas, in southern Chile.  I’m Canadian, Québécoise to be more specific, but I’ve been living in Puerto Varas, Chile for 16 years now.  I have a passion for adventure tourism. I worked first...
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The Singapore Experience: Making Singapore Accessible

Singapore:  multicultural country, island of adventure, city of man-made waterfalls, home of the Chili Crab, and Wheel the World’s next accessible destination.  At Wheel the World, we had begun our search to open new destinations around the world. Southeast Asia and Singapore, with more than 19.11 million international visitors a year, seemed like a great...
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A team of six people, one in a wheelchair, treks through the forest to toward a snow covered volcano.

Accessible Pucon and Villarrica: The Best Places to Experience Southern Chile’s Nature

My name is Daniela. I’m 36 years old and I was born and raised in Villarica, Chile. I moved around Chile for my studies and for work, living in Santiago, Valdivia, and Temuco. I currently live in Temuco, 86 km north of my hometown, but distance is no problem, I always find ways to go...
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Definitely the Wrong Train: Wheelchair Train Travel in Germany

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 his experience traveling solo by train in Germany with us. My friends reckon I can be a bit too independent. This...
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two people guide a man sitting in an all terrain wheelchair through the desert

Accessible San Pedro de Atacama: My Experience in the Driest Desert on Earth

My name is Claudia Hernandez and I live in San Pedro de Atacama, one of thor most visited and interesting destinations in the world. I always say that the geology and landscapes here surpass tourists’ expectations. Laguna Cejar, for example, is similar to the Dead Sea, where you can float in the water without even...
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Exploring Accessible Santiago de Chile as an Accessibility Ambassador

My name is Daniela Zapata, I’m 32 years old, I’m a human resources engineer and a bilingual executive assistant. This year, I was an Accessibility Ambassador for Wheel the World, where I mapped my hometown of accessible Santiago. I’m also a double-world champion in wheelchair dancing, and I was selected as part of Chile’s national...
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Two men assist a man in a hikiing wheelchair down a steep slope as mountainbikers look on

Our Adventure with a Hiking Wheelchair in the Grand Canyon

When my father told me he wanted to take a family hiking trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, I’ll admit I thought he was out of his mind. A wheelchair user since a brainstem stroke in 2005, I knew he was itching for adventure, but this was something different. This would be a...
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