Here's a guide to tips for travelers with disabilities in London: everything you need to know. Traveling as a disabled person is never easy. It's a daunting prospect, from railway companies that don't have ramps to scary stories about wheelchair parts being lost on flights. After years of traveling with reduced mobility devices, I have put together the 16 best tips for traveling in the UK and abroad as a disabled person that will make your trip as easy as possible.
Commonwealth Development Office guide for people with disabilities preparing to travel abroad. Traveling with a disability comes with additional stress, but it in no way makes traveling with a disability impossible. Some travel agencies, such as Travel Counselors, specialize in creating incredible accessible travel experiences. For some people with disabilities, traveling abroad can present challenges, as accessibility standards and facilities may be different from those in the UK.