Airport Parking for Disabled Travellers

Air travel is one of the wonders of the modern age, and the advancement of cheaper air fares has opened up the world to ever more travellers. For most people the act of getting to the airport, parking and finding the correct terminal or booking-in desk is a fairly complex, slightly stressful but do-able task. […]

Travelling Through UK Airports for the Disabled

If you have a sensory, physical or learning difficulty then navigating and negotiating a busy airport can be daunting task. EU regulations brought in in 2007 state that all European airports must now offer assistance to disabled travellers to make traveling thought the airport and boarding the plane a much easier and more relaxed experience. It is important that you know all […]

UK Airport Security Queues and the Fast Track Service

Going on holiday or travelling on business should be a pleasurable experience, and for the most part, it is. However, as great as us Brits are at queuing, there are a percentage of us that struggle to handle the queues – especially at peak times. If you’re disabled, travelling with someone who is disabled or travelling […]


All UK Airports Should Use The Eagle 2 Lifter Says Disabled 4 Disabled. Let us be honest for a minute, how many people at a UK airport think about disabled passengers when travelling abroad for their holiday in the sun? But did you know, that around 20% of the UK’s adult population has some form of disability, […]

Adaptive Golf in Barbados

Whether disembarking  from a cruise ship or flying into Barbados on an all-inclusive holiday to enjoy the sun, sand and sea, there should be something for everyone and that includes golf!    Whether you are hearing impaired/deaf, blind , have limited vision, limited mobility or you are an amputee,  you can  till enjoy golf!   Barbados  has […]


Each New Year’s Day, you either want to be here or stay the hell away.  We’re talking about Colorado Boulevard, the main drag going down through Pasadena, California and the Tournament of Roses Parade that takes place the first day of each year…unless it’s a Sunday…and serves as the pre-game festival for the Rose Bowl.  Sitting just a 20 […]

Kerala – Kettuvlam

Saroma Greetings !!! The detailed features of our Accessible Houseboat (Kettuvallam) are given below: 1) This Kettuvallam in the name of Saroma is  Gold Star Classified and is mentioned in the official website of Kerala Tourism. Having got this classification, we can proudly present you one of the most luxurious kettuvallams plying in the back waters of Kerala 2) This […]

HIMALAYA ON WHEELS: Have Wheels, Will Travel

A wheelchair-friendly circuit makes Ladakh accessible for the differently abled. For those confined to wheelchairs, travel is a daunting task, and more so in India where facilities for the differently abled are often non-existent or minimal at best. So it was a welcome move when a responsible tourism and rural development enterprise, which organises off-the-beaten-path, […]

12-Night Eastern Mediterranean and Egypt Cruise

June/July, 2009 By James Glasbergen, Director of Accessible Travel at Frederick Travel – World On Wheelz There aren’t many cruise itineraries that allow you to visit 3 ancient marvels like the Colosseum in Rome, the Parthenon in Athens, and the Pyramids at Giza all in one cruise, which is why I was excited in June, […]

On Safari in a Wheelchair: Inclusive Tourism in KwaZulu Natal

Scott Rains, Rolling Rains Report I travel a lot – more than most other quadriplegics that I know. Even so when I first look up at the sky on every trip to the southern hemisphere I am temporarily disoriented. It’s not like I am a celestial navigator. I couldn’t find my way home from […]