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All things accessibility and travel – all in one place. Find accessible travel tips, destination guides, company news, and accessibility-related articles here. When you’re ready to explore the world without limits, explore all the destinations and experiences Wheel the World has to offer. 

 

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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Black Lives Matter

5 Resources to Learn About Racism in the United States

The work we do at Wheel the World to make the world a more accessible place is driven by one concept: inclusion. We are a team of people working toward inclusion. Wheel the World has the platform and audience to talk about inclusion. And, while this platform is generally focused on accessibility, today there is...
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Reminiscing: A Wheelchair Accessible Machu Picchu Vacation

Machu Picchu is known as a wonder of the world. The city of Cusco welcomes well over a million travelers yearly to marvel at Peru’s Sacred Valley and the famous Incan ruins. One thing you might not know is that with the right team and support, Machu Picchu can be a wheelchair accessible destination! Cusco’s...
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6 ways to travel from home

6 Ways to Travel From Home

Due to the Coronavirus crisis, we all know it is important to stay home right now. However, staying home doesn’t mean you have to stop exploring! We may not be able to fly or drive to a new destination, but we can explore by learning and trying new things. We’ve put together a list of...
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Person on a wheelchair on a wheelchair accessible trail in Costa Rica

Why Costa Rica is the perfect wheelchair accessible destination

As a wheelchair user and avid traveler, I went on a mindblowing adventure to test the country’s beautiful, accessible destinations. There I found amazing people, gorgeous landscapes and wheelchair accessible facilities to have an amazing experience as any other traveler! Firstly, a little backstory: I’m one of the founders of Wheel the World, an accessible...
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Chris’ Experience Hiking Patagonia in a Wheelchair

Chris Alp uses a wheelchair, and he traveled with Wheel the World to Patagonia, Chile, and discovered the wonderful opportunity to hike again. His experience hiking Patagonia on a wheelchair became one of the most unforgettable memories of his life!Book the trip. My wife Aileen and I would like to say a huge thanks to...
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My experience with accessible skydiving with Multiple Sclerosis

Karina’s testimony is a true evidence of strength and joy. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis many years ago, but that hasn’t stopped her from following her dreams! I never thought I’d be able to skydive, even less sin my MS is so advanced. I had saved a magazine from the year 2000 in which...
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Haleakala Volcano sunrise, Hawaii

Wheelchair Accessible Hawaii

My Adventure in Maui with Wheel the World Book your accessible trip to Hawaii! Wheel the World has been pushing boundaries since the start. From Patagonia to New York, we’ve been opening new paths for accessible travel and helping people with disabilities explore the world without limits! Blake Simpson (23), friend, athlete, and wheelchair user,...
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Kayaking, Sausalito

Join San Francisco Adaptive Kayaking Experience this May!

We’ve got great news coming up for our friends in California. Our Sausalito adaptive kayaking experience will be open this May 11th for everyone to enjoy! San Francisco Bay is an incredible place to paddle, with breathtaking views, abundant wildlife, and rich natural history. It’s an experience open to people with disabilities and their friends and...
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