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Visit Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and the Sea of Galilee on these 6 wheelchair accessible cruise excursions. These tours include pick up and drop off transportation in a wheelchair accessible van with their 8 hour visit to some of the most important historical sites.


Ireland is delighted to welcome visitors with special needs and reduced mobility, and services and amenities are always improving.  You can now map out your journejy with door-to-door accessibility information on journeys to, from, and within the Republic of Ireland. For instance, did you know bus service in Dublin is low-floor buses with wheelchair spaces?



All the assistance that a visitor with a disability may need to make their visit to Stratford-upon-Avon enjoyable and stress free is available from this site. Details regarding access and facilities include step heights for door types, floor inclines and access mechanisms. Guided tours by qualified Blue Badge guides.


Increasingly in Tasmania, accommodation providers are equipped to cater to people with disabilities and their friends and family. Cities are wheelchair aware with kerb and footpath standards allowing for ease of use. Buses are “kneel-down” with extra wide entrances and special seating areas with stowage for wheelchairs.


Canada has been working to achieve greater accessibility. You can plan a trip that is truly accessible for all. Famous for its stunning natural beauty coast to coast, this site has put together a few favorite accessible trips for every type of traveler.