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Africa Tours for the Disabled

You dreamt of taking a safari through Africa but thought it would be impossible because of your disability - you were wrong! Why should your impaired mobility, vision or hearing be a reason not to go on safari? Africa is accessible for disabled travel and solo disabled travelers, with or without their families and friends, do not need to miss out!

Bus Tours for the Disabled

Modified vehicles enable physically disabled travelers to have plenty of space and maneuverability and allows for important all-round views. Wheelchair lifts, ramps, secure wheel locking systems and large ‘walk-in’ tents are just some of the features covered on bus tours for disabled travelers. Campsites and lodges are wheelchair friendly too.

Visually impaired and hearing impaired travelers requirements are met in very unique ways. Your crew and guides paint visual pictures using descriptive explanations and you also have the opportunity to touch, feel and smell wildlife (where it is safe enough to do so).

Handicapped Travel in Africa

Whether you are a handicapped traveler or not, handicapped travel need not be less of an unforgettable experience. Where else can you interact with local African tribes and cultures, pat a cheetah, take a ‘walk’ with a lion, ride an elephant and sit around the campfire enjoying the sounds and smells and sights of Africa – than on these fantastic tours for disabled travelers! As importantly, these disabled tours offer loads of fun – and much, much more!

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