Accessible Travel Products
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More and more people travel with their assistance dog. Help your dog feel secure and safe with this unique easy add-on vest to keep doing his work at his best
A shower chair that goes on planes as carry on luggage. Invented by a wheelchair user, shipping worldwide
These handy info sheets will cross language barriers
A portable ramp, goes on planes as carry on luggage, fantastic to have with you during travels
A good read
Traveling by Road, Rail, Sea, Air (and Wheelchair) in North America
E-book on travels to the United States and Canada, and to Brasil – Author Mike Fox wrote down his travel adventures. Order the United States adventure here on Amazon and here you find the journey to Brasil. Great to have, great to give!
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“In the accessible travel world the massive amount of travelblogs, websites and instagram accounts of – mostly young – people around the globe, you would think the sky is the limit and travel adventures are for everyone. A passion for travel is a good thing, being able to afford it another.
Many seniors who have the time and the means, after retirement, are the ones who make the world of accessible travel grow explosively. Most older travelers are not the social media users though. Mike Fox decided to capture his adventures in a book, to share with fellow travelers and inspire others to go and see. His wife Sylvia needs a strict medication schedule and uses a wheelchair most of the time.
His book is not about the accessible or non accessible situations, locations or days they traveled. Mike writes in a very relaxed, almost poetic way about the weather, the views they admire, and above all the people they meet. You know the book is about accessible travel, challenges to meet when using a wheelchair, however it is not mentioned really. A few times maybe.
We recommend this book to all people who like to read, and to all seniors who hesitate to leave the comfort zone. In Traveling by Road, Rail, Sea, Air (and Wheelchair) in North America you can get a good feel of traveling, wheelchair on board. In the book you will find plenty of photos illustrating the journey, as they visited Vancouver Island, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, Chicago and the magnificent Niagara Falls.”