Being physically challenged doesn't have to keep you at home! Here are ways to "trot" the globe, so to speak, for less.

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  • It's New York Week at The World on Wheels. http://wheelstraveler.blogspot.com
    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • How far can you go away from civilization and still find accessible lodging? Try this lodge in Montana - http://tinyurl.com/ydnwud2
  • We strongly believe and practice the non-discriminative policy of assisting and helping the physically challenged and elderly people to visit Rwanda, and experience its tourist attractions, including savanna wildlife game viewing and game drives, Motor Boat excursion trips on Lake Kivu, chimpanzee trekking, gorilla tracking, and the Golden monkeys trekking.

    We provide experienced Porters and the Rwandan traditional Stretchers in which the physically challenged and elderly people are carried, as they track the chimpanzees, gorillas, or the Golden monkeys.

    Access Rwanda Safaris Ltd is probably the ONLY Tour Operating Company in Rwanda that provides these unique facilities and services to make it possible for almost everybody to enjoy Rwanda’s varied tourist attractions and services.

    Partners who like to represent our tailor made travel in Rwanda and Uganda are always welcome: Please sent your mail to info@access-rwanda-safaris.com

    Access Rwanda Safaris
  • We in India took Darol Kubacz- Founder of Freedom of Life to a rafting a kayaking trip in Rishikesh India when he visited last year. It was so much fun seeing him enjoy the ride :-))
  • In doing some research, I came across this video of a guy in a wheelchair bungy jumping at what very much looks like the place I jumped in Cairns, Australia. Now that takes cojones on wheels...

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