Welcome to a world of possibility.

I'm John Morris, a passionate traveler who also happens to be a triple amputee and wheelchair user. I created this wheelchair travel blog to show others that traveling with a disability is possible. I've now flown more than 750,000 miles and visited 30 countries and territories — all with just one hand, a passport and my power wheelchair.

On this website you'll find loads of information and resources to help you plan a wheelchair accessible vacation. I look forward to seeing the places you go and how you #OpenYourWorld.

"Don't listen to what they say. Go see."
Wheelchair accessible travel guru John Morris in front of a Boeing 757 aircraft.

New To Accessible Travel?

Start Here with Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Are airplanes wheelchair accessible?

Air Travel FAQ

A wheelchair users' guide to air travel, with information on booking, seat assignments, airport security, wheelchair assistance, boarding, accessible lavatories and more.
Are trains wheelchair accessible?

Train Travel FAQ

Answers to common questions about traveling by train as a wheelchair user, plus reviews of major rail operators including Amtrak, Acela, Eurostar, SJ and Thalys.
Hotels with wheelchair access

Accessible Hotels

Everything you need to know about accessibility in hotel rooms, plus a guide to ADA requirements for bed height, roll-in showers, swimming pools and more.

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Wheelchair Travel Stats

I've traveled with my wheelchair since 2014
Airplane flights
Miles flown

Wheelchair Accessible Destinations

Where would you like to go?
Is Africa wheelchair accessible?

Africa/Middle East

Information on wheelchair accessible cities in Africa and the Middle East, including Cairo, Cape Town and Dubai.
Is Asia wheelchair accessible?


Visit wheelchair accessible China, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and more with these travel guides to cities in Asia.
Is Europe wheelchair accessible?


Explore wheelchair-friendly Europe with guides to cities like Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Moscow and Paris!
Is the USA wheelchair accessible?

United States

Accessible travel guides for cities in the USA, including Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, New York and MANY more!

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