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Explore the world without limits! It’s time to travel again, safely and taking all the precautions necessary. At Wheel the World, our purpose is to make the world accessible through inclusive travel experiences in over 40 destinations around the world.

We are offering amazing local travel experiences and we want you to be part of it!

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Accessible Travel Articles

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How to Travel with Less Stress: Using Technology to Make Travel Easier

At 64 years old, Norm decided to leave his “normal” life behind for a nomadic lifestyle, traveling the world. He travels to different destinations, staying there for about 6 weeks at a time. He started a blog called Travel Younger, where he shares his story and travel tips geared toward baby boomers and generation X....
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The Best Adaptive Bicycles for Different Disabilities

Choosing between adaptive bicycles can be overwhelming. There are so many different options, and certain bikes work better for certain disabilities than others.  In Chile, the place where Wheel the World began, we run a program called Santiago Cycling. Every Sunday morning, the city of Santiago closes important streets down to cars so that people...
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Flying with Wheels: Wheelchair Air Travel Tips for Exploring without Limits

Annél Strydom is a mother, traveler and blogger. One of her children uses a wheelchair, and her family of four travels the world. She shared the following article with us about wheelchair air travel. As a family of 4, we’ve traveled the world full-time for 3 years with 4 suitcases, 4 backpacks, 2 kids, and...
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