Traveling is one of the most enriching experiences in life for many people. And people with disabilities are not excluded from this. Seeing new places, meeting people and getting in touch with new cultures, make our minds more open for differences.
Traveling as a wheelchair user can be challenging, but at the same time very profound experience.
On this web site, we share information that can be useful for wheelchair users and their companions during their travels. Although it is most convenient to travel to destinations that offer good accessibility for people with disabilities, staying open and creative is crucial if we would like to visit destinations that count for less wheelchair accessible.
Jasmina and Jagoda Risteski are twins sisters from Macedonia, living with physical disability as result of muscular dystrophy since age of 10.
"We love to travel! And we do travel. Very often is hard to find information regarding accessibility for people with disabilities, and for us as wheelchair users is more convenient to have information ahead of time. With gratitude to all those who shared theirs experiences and information online, and with it, helped us during our travels, we decided to create this web site in order to provide you with useful information about traveling as a wheelchair user.
Check the destinations for more detailed information.