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Why Costa Rica is the perfect wheelchair accessible destination

As a wheelchair user and avid traveler, I went on a mindblowing adventure to test the country’s beautiful, accessible destinations. There I found amazing people, gorgeous landscapes and wheelchair accessible facilities to have an amazing experience as any other traveler! Firstly, a little backstory: I’m one of the founders of Wheel the World, an accessible […]

Chris’ Experience Hiking Patagonia on a Wheelchair

Chris Alp uses a wheelchair, but he traveled with Wheel the World to Patagonia, Chile, and discovered the wonderful opportunity to hike again. His experience hiking Patagonia on a wheelchair became one of the most unforgettable memories of his life! Book the trip. My wife Aileen and I would like to say a huge thanks […]

My experience with accessible skydiving with Multiple Sclerosis

Karina’s testimony is a true evidence of strength and joy. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis many years ago, but that hasn’t stopped her from following her dreams! I never thought I’d be able to skydive, even less sin my MS is so advanced. I had saved a magazine from the year 2000 in which […]

Haleakala Volcano sunrise, Hawaii

Wheelchair Accessible Hawaii

My Adventure in Maui with Wheel the World Book your accessible trip to Hawaii! Wheel the World has been pushing boundaries since the start. From Patagonia to New York, we’ve been opening new paths for accessible travel and helping people with disabilities explore the world without limits! Blake Simpson (23), friend, athlete, and wheelchair user, […]

Kayaking, Sausalito

Join San Francisco Adaptive Kayaking Experience this May!

We’ve got great news coming up for our friends in California. Our Sausalito adaptive kayaking experience will be open this May 11th for everyone to enjoy! San Francisco Bay is an incredible place to paddle, with breathtaking views, abundant wildlife, and rich natural history. It’s an experience open to people with disabilities and their friends and […]

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5 Expert Tips for Awesome Wheelchair Travel

There’s something universal about human emotions — the love for travel! Probably no one would ever lie in their deathbed and go “Gee, I really regret traveling to all those beautiful, interesting places”. We know that feeling, you know that feeling. There’s no need to explain traveling is great. And if you’re reading this, you’re […]

Wheel the World and the Inca Trail dream, Machu Picchu

Last week I received a notification from the tourist authorities in Peru that really surprised me: no one in a wheelchair has done the Inca Trail before. The most important hiking trail in the world, which is done daily by up to five hundred people and is the most spectacular way to get to the […]