In 2023, more readers turned to this website for than ever before, a testament to the growing demand for accessible travel opportunities.
Celebrating flying with a wheelchair for a decade, while looking ahead to the advocacy that must still be done to advance accessibility.
This will be the final newsletter of 2023, but I look forward to making 2024 a truly big year in accessible travel!
Reflections on a year of accessible travel that saw this wheelchair user take 115 flights, visit 12 countries and break a lot of ground.
Most disabled passengers use an aisle wheelchair to deplane, but a British man was offloaded on top of a drink cart in Vancouver.
The accessible tour of Barcelona and Madrid, Spain is sure to delight, with an action-packed itinerary filled with iconic sights and cultural experiences.
The iconic green man on London crosswalk signals has been replaced with another style of pedestrian — manual and electric wheelchair users!
The holiday gift-giving guide for wheelchair users, thoughtful and unique gifts to excite disabled people of all ages.
The Guild Hotel, with its wheelchair-friendly hotel rooms and roll-in showers, is one of the most accessible hotels in downtown San Diego.
Ride aboard the wheelchair accessible Amtrak Carolinian train and travel from Charlotte to Cary, North Carolina and points beyond.