Florida is the world’s top vacation destination for wheelchair users, and there are many great reasons for that. Enjoy the excitement of the world’s best theme parks, explore the serene natural habitats of hundreds of birds and plants, or relax on one of more than 30 wheelchair accessible beaches in the Sunshine State! Some examples of places that are perfect for wheelchair users to explore include:
- Walt Disney World in Orlando/Kissimmee
- Kennedy Space Center in Cocoa Beach
- St. Augustine
- Key West
You can read more about wheelchair accessible things to do in Florida on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to Florida today!
There’s a reason that Singapore is considered to be the most wheelchair accessible city in Asia. It’s an incredibly modern and cosmopolitan city-state with a strong commitment to ensuring wheelchair access, and while Singapore still has some work to do in some areas (doesn’t every country?), it has been an absolute joy to explore. From the stunning skyline and lush gardens to endless dining options and ample shopping areas, there are plenty of exciting choices of wheelchair accessible things to do during your visit to Singapore.
- Gardens by the Bay
- Marina Bay Sands Skypark
- Merlion Park
- Singapore Flyer
- ArtScience Museum
- National Museum of Singapore
And so much more! You can read about accessible things to do in Singapore on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to accessible Singapore today!
Visiting Israel is probably one of the most intense experiences a wheelchair traveler can have. Thanks to efforts by the government and accessible tour companies we have partnered with, visiting the Holy Land in a wheelchair or scooter is now easier than ever! Some of the incredible sights you can see include:
- Jerusalem’s Old City
- The Masada Fortress in Judea
- The Dead Sea
- The Sea of Galilee
- Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity
- Haifa and the Baha’i Gardens
You can read more about accessible things to do in Israel on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to Israel today!
New Zealand may be far away for many, but it is easily one of the most wheelchair accessible countries in the world! It’s also hard to find friendlier people than the Kiwis. You can visit and stay in just one city, but we recommend exploring “En Zed” (as the locals call it) from North Island to South Island, including:
- Auckland’s Harbour and Sky Tower
- Rotarua’s thermal pools and Huka Falls
- Stunning Piha Beach on the North Island
- The gorgeous West Coast of the South Island
- Shopping for unique Pounamu jade in Hokitika
- The International Antarctic Center in Christchurch
- A thrilling helicopter ride over the South Island high country
You can read more about accessible things to do in New Zealand on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to New Zealand today!
Slovenia remains a small country with a small population, and locals will tell you that everything about the country is small. Perhaps everything is, except for its spirit and good nature, as well as its overwhelming beauty. Slovenia, and definitely the capital city Ljubljana, are committed to wheelchair accessibility, and it’s the perfect place to enjoy historic city sights and gorgeous alpine views during a day trip. Some must-do activities include:
- Ljubljana’s historic city centre and Prešeren Square
- Friday food markets (and food/wine anywhere)
- Beautiful Tivoli Park
- A day trip to scenic Lake Bled and Vogel gondola
- Cathedral of St. Nicholas
- Ljubljana Castle funicular
You can read more about accessible things to do in Slovenia on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to Slovenia today!
A visit to the Netherlands is an unforgettable experience to be sure! There are so many beautiful (and accessible) things to see, from Amsterdam’s legendary canals and bridges to the famed tulips in Lisse and Kinderdijk windmills. We have even partnered with tour operators in the Netherlands to allow visitors to take a completely wheelchair accessible river cruise through Holland! Must-do activities include:
- A fully wheelchair accessible Amsterdam canal cruise
- Keukenhof Tulip Gardens in Lisse
- A day trip from Amsterdam to Utrecht or Brussels
- The Van Gogh Museum or Rijksmuseum
- A river cruise through Holland
You can read more about accessible things to do in the Netherlands on our Spin the Globe blog.
Please contact us for more details and to book your trip to the Netherlands today!