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Montreal’s Most Marvellous Accessible Attractions

Written on August 20, 2017 at 2:51 pm, by

It is hard to describe the combination of urban coolness and colonial charm which combine to make up Canada’s most beguiling city. Montreal has beautiful historic architecture, stunning modern silhouettes and a vibrant, bustling port – all of which make it a wonderful city to visit.

Top Tips for Navigating London as a Visually Impaired Tourist

Written on August 15, 2017 at 2:42 pm, by

Thanks to the forward thinking work on accessibility by a series of London Mayors in conjunction with Transport for London and key tourist sites, London has become one of Europe’s most accessible cities.

How Whistler’s Adaptive Winter Sports Empower Disabled Skiers

Written on August 10, 2017 at 2:35 pm, by

If you’ve ever sat in front of Ski Sunday and thought you’d like to have a go, or watched the Winter Paralympics and wondered how those athletes got started, then it’s time to get out there and try it for yourself.

Clients’ Choice: Can Be Done’s Accessible Excursions on Cyprus

Written on August 5, 2017 at 2:12 pm, by

One of the most rewarding parts of my job is getting feedback from happy customers when they get back from the itineraries my team and I have put together for them. When it comes to disabled access, holidays in Cyprus tend to provide less mobile visitors with a smooth and stress-free experience. And Can Be  Continue Reading »

Holidaying in Hudson Valley: 3 Wheelchair-Accessible Must-Sees

Written on July 20, 2017 at 8:14 pm, by

New York State has it all: stunning scenery, imposing buildings and monuments, and plenty of exciting activities happening at every time of day or night. But did you know that New York is also ideal if you’re planning holidays for disabled travellers? With its wheelchair-friendly entryways and level grounds, this extremely accessible region allows and  Continue Reading »

The Best Wheelchair-Friendly Activities Around Finger Lakes

Written on July 15, 2017 at 3:08 pm, by

Racking your brains in search of perfect holidays for disabled travellers? Pause your frantic internet searches and phone calls – I’ve got a great insider tip for you. If you long for scenic views over glistening water, lots of sunshine, and a touch of culture and sophistication, exploring New York State’s famous Finger Lakes is  Continue Reading »

Discovering New York State by Wheelchair: Part 2

Written on July 10, 2017 at 2:52 pm, by

New York: a state known for its spectacular scenery, fascinating historical landmarks, and – most importantly – its accessibility. If you think you’ve seen all the disabled holidays out there, think again: I bet that you haven’t thought of a getaway in New York State. Fortunately, that’s about to change. My team and I have  Continue Reading »

Discovering New York State by Wheelchair: Part 1

Written on July 5, 2017 at 2:33 pm, by

With its historical highlights and stunning natural scenery, the progressive state of New York has plenty in store for disabled holidays. Over the past decades, I have toured the state extensively, and have used my insider knowledge to assemble countless itineraries for disabled groups and individuals. Let me tell you about some of my favourite  Continue Reading »

Top 5 Accessible Hotels for a Family Holiday to the Canaries

Written on June 20, 2017 at 12:48 pm, by

The Canaries, with its year-round promise of warm sunshine and excellent facilities, makes the ideal destination for a range of disabled access holidays. I have been arranging holidays to the various beautiful islands for years, and my team and I regularly visit the area to check that the accommodation we recommend offers everything our guests  Continue Reading »

Find a Warm Welcome and Excellent Accessibility in Canada

Written on June 15, 2017 at 12:44 pm, by

The beautiful country of Canada has so much to offer with its stretches of unspoilt wilderness and vibrant urban cities, that it really is a holiday destination that has it all. But most importantly, as a nation, Canada is all about inclusivity and has worked hard to ensure that accessibility is at the forefront of  Continue Reading »

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