Top 5 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Destinations

man in a wheelchair on the beach

Being in a wheelchair doesn't have to limit you when it comes to travel destinations. Here at Travel People in Need,  we have done some research and compiled a list of amazing places all around the world that are wheelchair accessible.

 

Hanauma Bay: Oahu, Hawaii

 
Hanauma Bay in Oahu, Hawaii

This beautiful beach is located on Oahu and boasts unforgettable views, clear waters, and snorkelling. The best part about this beach however, is that they provide free water wheelchairs for those who need them. You will find that this beach is very wheelchair friendly with paved sidewalks leading up to the beach and compact grass.

 

African Safari

 
african elephant

When you think of an wild place like Africa you generally don’t visualize ramps and an abundance of paved roads. But there are actually tours that are specialized for those in wheelchairs for optimized accessibility at Access 2 Africa Safari’s.

 

 

Disneyland

 
Disneyland Cinderella's Castle

Disneyland offers many accommodations for those that are in wheelchairs. From a list of rides that are the most accommodating to wheelchair rentals, to extensive handicap parking so you don’t have to worry about fighting the other guests for a spot.

 

The Louvre

 
The louvre

One of the most famous museums in the world is a must see on any bucket list. There are elevators at the entrance as well as many other accommodations for those who require them. Anyone with a physical disability is given priority over other guests, which means no need to wait in the lines.


Stonehenge

stonehenge

This world wonder has great accommodations for those in wheelchairs. There is a tarmac surrounding all of stonehenge so you don’t have to worry about the grass. There is also a level entrance and large handicap bathrooms. Free wheelchairs are available upon request and reservation.


Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House in Australia

One of the most historic opera houses in the world has a whole page on their website dedicated the accommodations they offer those with disabilities. There is wheelchair-accessible seating near the front of the opera house, and handicap bathrooms on each floor. There are also specially designed tours for those in wheelchairs.  


 

Discover unforgettable places to visit all around the world! This list was made so you don’t have to worry about where to go on vacation if you are in a wheelchair. We at Travel People in Need want to be another reassurance for the disabled want to travel. We offer specialized travel assistance to make sure that you get to your destination safely and smoothly. To learn more about what Travel People in Need can assist you with check out our website here