Wheel the World develops inclusive tourist expeditions in famous global locations with one main goal: Enable people with disabilities to explore the world with, their friends and family. After each expedition, we provide special equipment and, train our partners so that they’ll be able to recreate the same experiences in the future. Finally, everybody can explore the world like never before!
In one year we have already executed 4 projects: Easter Island, Torres del Paine, Cochamó and San Pedro de Atacama. More than 250 people have lived our experiences, we have had more than 100 press appearances, filmed 4 documentaries that have been seen by 5 million people and have generated a community of +20,000 people committed to our purpose and actions.
SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA, CHILE
Our last expedition was in the driest desert in the world. In this unique place, we biked to Laguna Cejar, hiked on Las Cornisas and The Death Valley. We even beat a world record: We were the first accessible expedition to make the summit of Toco volcano at 5.604 meters high.
EIFEL NATIONAL PARK, GERMANY
After 3 weeks of hard work at Booking.com incubator competition, we began our journey towards Eifel National Park. We trekked through the Wildnis Trail, which consist on a 4 days hikes through dense forests of 24 kms each day.
EASTER ISLAND, CHILE
We developed the first outdoor inclusive program on Easter Island, the most remote place in the world.
The Wheel the World expedition team made the famous trekking "La Junta" in a wheelchair. An incredible trip of 8 days in the Lakes District, Chile.
TORRES DEL PAINE, CHILE
In the last corner of the earth, we were the first expedition to complete the famous W Circuit in Torres del Paine National Park in a wheelchair. This is the story of the legacy we left in Patagonia in December 2016, so other people with disabilities could explore this wonderful place again.