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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.

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Accessible Travel Articles

Accessible San Francisco: Things to Do, Places to Stay, and More!

My name is Dominique Partarrieu and I am a UX Designer at Wheel the World. I’ve been with the company since its start and I feel so lucky to be part of this wonderful family. I am Chilean and I live in San Francisco, California.  I’ve been able to participate in various WTW scouting trips:...
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A Guide to Wheelchair Accessible Beaches in Maui, Hawaii

Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian island, coming in behind the island of Hawaii, also known as “The Big Island”. Maui is called “The Valley Isle”, because it was formed by 6 different volcanoes and their valleys. Of all the Hawaiian islands, sunny Maui boasts the most miles of beaches accessible by roads. The island offers...
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Four people, one in a wheelchair, walk along a pathway in the Sacred Valley on a hill above the town of Pisac

Your Guide to Wheelchair Accessible Peru

Peru is a destination known for its culture and history. Machu Picchu is what attracts most travelers to Peru, but its diverse geography, culture, and cuisine make it an ideal place to explore.  Needless to say, Peru is one of the most popular destinations in South America, but did you know that Peru is a...
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