Firstly, accessible travel United States is vital for us because it is also our home! This masterpiece place for diversity is rich in landscapes, culture, experiences, and adventure. Most importantly, whether you’re looking to relax and explore in Maui or discover the wonders of mythical New York, we’ve got it covered. Fall in love with this cultural melting pot and enjoy the beauty it holds in every corner.
Wheel the World takes you to the most amazing spots in the USA, all accessible for people with disabilities! Whether you’re looking to explore, hike, bike, surf and relax in Maui or discover the wonders of multicultural New York City, we have you covered. Most importantly, we have the special equipment to fit your personal needs, trained guides and assistants, and the energy to make your trip the experience of a lifetime!
Firstly, be sure to get appropriate health insurance that fits your travel and personal needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency. There are good health facilities but healthcare is exceptionally expensive so insurance is required.
Even though the political situation is stable and safe, pickpocketing and mugging can still take place in popular tourist sites. Certainly, be aware of your surroundings and most importantly avoid carrying large amounts of money in crowded places. Always use authorized taxi services.
To clarify, travelers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and many EU countries don’t need visas for stays of less than 90 days, though they must get approval from the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). Visitors from Canada need neither a visa nor ESTA approval for stays of less than 90 days. Citizens of other nations should check http://travel.state.gov.
Firstly, the weather in the USA varies a lot across a large geographic scale. The high season is summer where there are warm days and high temperatures, the busiest season of the year. In autumn and spring, milder temperatures appear, gorgeous leave colors changes can be seen and flowers blossom, respectively. Low season is winter, with snow in the north of the country and heavy rain in other areas.
In short, USA’s official language is English.
Firstly, buy adapters to run most non-US electronics. AC 120V is standard.