Wheelchair-Friendly Adventure Travel

Dubai Inclusive Adventure

Dubai is a shopping and entertainment mecca for tourists. Unashamedly ostentatious, proud and glamorous, Dubai is a global city like no other. On the Persian Gulf, a mere eight hours flying time from the UK, visiting Dubai is akin to visiting a different world. 


Dubai is home to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, the largest shopping mall in the world and a collection of artificial islands in the shape of the world. 

 It is also home to a seven star hotel, an indoor ski slope in a shopping complex, dancing fountains and countless other sights, sounds and smells that leave visitors breathless. The temperature is humid and the character is decadent. If you seek sun and shopping, extravagance and entertainment, then Dubai is extra special.

Freedom Shores COMPLETELY Accessible Vacation - Isla Aguada, Campeche, Mexico

The ultimate and ideal completely accessible escape to Mexico! Because accessibility and wheelchair-friendly is much more than facilities - it is people who understand providing services that make it possible, comfortable, and enjoyable.

Built by by my friend, the late Quadriplegic American Veteran William Bussier and currently operated by his wonderful wife and son William II (also a wheelchair user from spina bifida), Freedom Shores is a gem for the disability community unparalleled anywhere in the world! 

My visit in 2009 was the best travel experience I have had since breaking my neck in 2003! My father traveled with me and absolutely loved it, (especially the fact he did not have to help me!) and is still planning to go back with my mother. 

- Mark Felling, Broadened Horizons President

Samantha Travels Wheelchair Van Transportation & Tours, India - Mumbai, Goa, Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Ranthambore

India is a great location for anyone to venture to! A visit to the most dynamic, diverse country on earth will be one of the most memorable of your lifetime. India is a country of extremes from beaches to the highest mountains, cultural diversity in language, religion, and customs reminding one of a peacock's plumage.


Mark Felling, President of Broadened Horizons visited India with Samantha Travels in 2012. He had an amazing trip while travelling for three weeks and seeing the Golden Triangle, which refers to the three major cities of India - Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. All these three cities are the houses of beautiful and diversify culture and traditions.

Travel as much as you can. As far as you can. Life's not meant to be lived in one place.
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