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The photo of a smiling man in an arid mountainous landscape is accompanied by the title, Eli Meiri, Accessible tour guide in Israel.

Eli Meiri, Accessible Tour Guide in Israel

Listen to this Article Many people traveling with disabilities often find it difficult to navigate their surroundings when they are in a different city, and being in an entirely unfamiliar country makes it doubly difficult. There are certain places they may not be able to access safely and precious vacation-time is wasted searching for what is accessible, …

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Accessible Martinique is accompanied by a photo of two men tandem-skydiving under a vibrant blue sky.

Accessible Martinique

Listen to this Article Martinique Access’ île is the information source for everything accessible on the Caribbean island of Martinique. Noël Cicalini the President, founded this organization in 2010. As a paraplegic, travel agent and tour guide, he and his team specializes in curating holidays for seniors and the disabled. His non-profit organization also assists with tourism …

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A playroom, with a giant blue tube and large green beanbag, chairs and table holding bright objects has a glass wall through which we see a large swimming pool. The article is titled Accessible Metro Vancouver.

Accessible Metro Vancouver

Listen to this Article Metro Vancouver can boast of embracing accessibility, and rightly so. From one’s arrival at the Vancouver International Airport, with its universal design, fully accessible washrooms, a welcoming environment for certified service and guide dogs plus ready assistance from Green Coat volunteers, accessibility continue into and throughout its suburban cities. SkyTrain and Ferries …

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A traditional Japanese-style white building, with sloping green roofs is lit up at night. The title reads, Accessible Japan, Facilities for people with mobility. . . Read More.

Accessible Japan

Listen to this Article Facilities for people with mobility challenges in Japan are becoming more widespread as the country embraces accessibility.  This is likely due in part to over 28% of their population being 65 years and above. Throughout the country, public toilets are wheelchair accessible, so too are the train stations, whose staff will …

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