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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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Rediscovering Accessible Iquique through New Eyes

Hello, everybody! My name is Melanie Pardo Espinoza, and I’m a public administrator. At the beginning of July, Wheel the World offered me the opportunity to become their accessibility ambassador in Iquique. This meant mapping the accessibility of different places around the city.  Although I was raised and have lived almost 20 years in this...
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Exploring Costa Rica: The ‘World’s Best Accessible Destination’

Wheelchair users explore Costa Rica. From its lush jungles and colorful wildlife to its white-sand beaches and colonial architecture, Costa Rica has long been a paradise for adventurers. What’s even more exciting, however, is how accessible this paradise has become, most recently earning the title of ‘The Best Accessible Destination’ on Lonely Planet’s Best in...
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Recreational and Inclusive diving & Details About Accessible Easter Island

I’m Alejandra Rojas, a Physical Education Teacher, a CMAS 3 Star diver and instructor, and the only professional certified as an adaptive diving instructor in accessible Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui.  My restless spirit and my want to contribute to society brought me to live on the island of Rapa Nui (which is...
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Wheelchair Accessible Denver: Colorado From a New Perspective

Colorado has always been one of my favorite states in the US. The mountains, weather, and people provide an atmosphere that is like nowhere else in the country. After getting seriously injured in a skiing accident in 2018, I became paralyzed from my chest down. Colorado was a place I never saw myself being able...
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A Guide to Wheelchair Accessible Valparaiso and Viña del Mar

Hello everyone! My name is Valentina and I’m from Valparaíso, Chile. Recently, I was given the opportunity to map Valparaíso and Viña del Mar with Wheel the World. Here is a little bit about my experience and some tips for traveling in accessible Valparaíso and Viña del Mar. My Experience I studied ecotourism and in...
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Wheelchair Accessible Italy: My first trip as a Wheel the World team member

Hey everyone! My name is Emilie Rodger and I am a partnerships manager at Wheel the World. I joined the company 2 years ago, I’m French, and work remotely, from Lyon. After having watched so many WTW experience videos, and getting emotional to the point I shed tears pretty much 8 out of 10 times,...
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Chiletur: Making Chile Accessible through Collaboration

Hello everyone! My name is Joanna Gruau, and I work as an intern in the development and growth department at Wheel the World. I’m Spanish, and I work remotely from Madrid.  Since June, I  have worked at Wheel the World on a project based on the accessibility of Chile, together with COPEC, which I’ll tell...
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Wheelchair Accessible Holidays in United States of America

Chris traveled with us to Torres del Paine and has been featured on WTW Talks and shared travel tips with us in the past. In this article, he shares his favorite trips in the USA and some advice for traveling through the expansive country. Like my fellow Australians, our family just loves to travel. It’s...
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Best Shower Wheelchair Solutions to Travel without Limits

Alvaro is an avid traveler, cofounder of Wheel the World, and has a physical disability. He shared some advice and guidance with us about the best shower wheelchairs for travel: “Shower and bathrooms are always an issue for people with a physical disability. Each of us, with different disabilities, has a different technique, different equipment,...
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What Inclusion Means to Our Community

Last month, we asked our community a question: What does inclusion mean to you?  Inclusion encompasses many things in a variety of places. Culture, nationality, religion, gender, race, disabilities in education, public policies and groups of people to name a few. Merriam-Webster defines inclusion as “the act of including: to take in or comprise as...
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Wheelchair Accessible Travel Barcelona: My Experience Traveling with my Partner

Our experience traveling in a wheelchair to Barcelona was basically perfect. If it’s your first time traveling with someone with a disability, Barcelona is the best option. I want to share some tips and advice for anyone thinking about traveling to wheelchair accessible Barcelona.  First of all, it’s my boyfriend who uses a wheelchair, not...
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Behind Wheel the World: Defining a Brand’s Purpose

Andres Villagran is Head of Marketing at Wheel the World. After working in digital marketing at different companies abroad and in Chile, he joined the WTW Team. “I joined the team at Wheel the World because I was attracted to the project as soon as I heard about it, due to what it represents and...
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Workplace Inclusion: 4 Benefits of Creating an Inclusive Workplace

Workplace Diversity. It’s a buzzword we hear often in the business world. It’s something that in some countries is enforced by law, and something that companies strive for because of its many benefits. But, what if we told you that having a diverse workplace isn’t enough? Having a team that represents the society and population...
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Accessible Travel Tips from a World Traveler

Chris is a passionate traveler and explorer. He grew up exploring and traveling around his native Australia and now he travels to various destinations every year with his wife and children. Chris has used a wheelchair for about 50 years. He is a business advisor, a Paralympic athlete in various sports, and an avid skier...
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Spotlight on Inclusive Dance with Dance for All Bodies

We caught up with Yagmur and Tess, founders of the California-based organization Dance for All Bodies to talk all things inclusive dance. We have been working with Dance for All Bodies to host Travel Through Dance, a week of virtual inclusive dance classes, starting June 23rd, 2020. Sign up for classes here. Read on to...
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