Let's travel together
Hello, I'm John Morris. I'm a 26-year-old car accident/burn survivor, triple amputee and wheelchair user. I created this wheelchair travel blog to share my experiences traveling the world and overcoming the barriers to accessibility.

After my car accident, I was told that my disability would make travel impossible. That was three years ago, and I have since visited 23 countries and flown more than 400,000 miles - all with one hand, a passport and my power wheelchair!

The information on this website will guide you through the process of planning your own wheelchair accessible vacation. I only write about the places I've visited, so you can be confident in what you read here. Follow along as I travel the world, and I hope you'll find the inspiration for your next trip! :)

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PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Occupied sign on door of airplane lavatory.

Airplane Lavatories: Wheelchair Accessibility Nightmare?

I'm not new to flying with a disability. Just last month, I logged my 400th flight traveling with a wheelchair. One of the major concerns my readers have with air ...

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I can't do it alone, and need your help documenting the ever-changing landscape of wheelchair accessibility. Guest contributions expand my website's perspective on wheelchair travel. Sharing your stories and experiences will help me to build an accessible travel community that opens the world to everyone. If you'd like to submit a guest blog post, CLICK HERE.