I’m super interested in group tours specifically for folks with disabilities. Honestly, I’m just as interested in hanging with other traveling folks with disabilities as traveling. I’m thinking about the 2023 tour with Curb Free with Cory Lee – but would love to know if there are other alternatives. Heck, any opportunity to do that - even if not a tour – would be interesting!
I, too, am interested in accessible tours!
Interested in also. Specifically interested in group travel and accessibility for power wheelchair in Europe.
There is a travel group out of Texas whose fiunder is disabled. They go everywhere. Check out their website www.safetraveling.com. They are also on Facebook; John Sage is their founder.
Ops. The correct address is:
Sage Traveling - Accessible Travel Advice & Services
Spot on wrt power chair. Cory Lee is doing Barcelona in 2023 – He uses a heavy rehab chair (like yours truly) Welcome - Curb Free with Cory Lee: A Wheelchair Travel Blog
My husband is an amputee who uses a wheelchair. We enjoy cruising. We just did a 25 day cruise in Europe earlier this year. We had an amazing time. The accessible room on the ship worked well for us. There is entertainment on the ship. There was only one tender port that my husband could not get off at. There were accessible shuttles to take us to town. I researched accessible things to see at each port and the cruiseline offered some accessible tours. If you have never been on a cruise, you might want to try it
My husband just started using a motorized, collapsible wheelchair, and we will be taking it on a 7-day cruise in November. I’m anxious to see how that will go. But we would be interested in traveling and cruising with a group of mobility challenged individuals, but many of the opportunities I’ve seen online, including the one Curb-Free with Corey is planning for next summer are a bit too expensive for us as retirees on a fixed income. So we need a few years to save up before we can do something like that.
I am interested as well. Would love to be vacationing and touring with other disabled people. That would be great.