Asia is a continent with rich cultures, amazing history, fantastic food and a landscape that will amaze all travelers! When day dreaming about Asia, one often imagines steep paths across ride paddies, Buddhist Temples perched on high mountains, and the hectic traffic of motorbikes and cycles. Travel for All has a select list of accessible travel providers who will ensure that your vacation meets your specific needs. All trips in Asia are fully customized with your preferred destination and travel date. Many spots in Asia are fully accessible; however, they require extensive planning. We will assist you with a destination of your choosing; pick a spot and let us craft an Asian Adventure… Here is a snippet of the many tours we can arrange for you.
Classic China accessible vacation tour exclusively offer the slow walker, wheelchair traveler, their family and their friends to visit Beijing China, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Guilin and more.
The wheelchair accessible tour package exclusively provides for the slow walker, wheelchair traveler, their family, and their friends to visit Tibet, Lhasa, Jokhang Temple, Potala Palace, Yamdrok Lake.
Japan is a truly wonderful country, filled with ancient history and contemporary modern appeal. But being disabled while experiencing this fascinating and exhilarating land can be a bit of a challenge, especially when most of the information on accessibility in Japan is only in Japanese. Not too worry, we can help! We have accessible travel providers who custom build an itinerary for you. Large power wheelchairs are difficult to use in most facilities, and a wheelchair with an attendant are recommended. We will customize a tour for you… here are a few snippets of what to see!
Shibamata Taishakuten Temple was founded in 1692 and is located in Shibamata, Tokyo. The temple is famous for its wooden decorative carvings. The approach between Shibamata Station and the Taishakuten Temple retains the vibrant traditional shop street. Visitors can enjoy eating Japanese snacks along the street. The Taishakuten Temple is also famous for the film series Otoko wa tsurai yo (It’s Tough Being a Man).
The Tsukiji Outer Market is a famous wholesale market, which is representative of Japan. It is said to be the largest comprehensive market in the world. It is near busy Ginza which is a different feature from other markets. Various kinds of Japanese traditional food are traded at reasonable prices. The seafood especially is good. Many people visit there to have breakfast because the restaurants near it are open from early in the morning. The Tsukiji Outer Market is so busy with so many trucks and scooters and, the aisles are sometimes narrow that it can be a little dangerous. However, you can use a wheelchair in the market if you are accompanied by someone.
The culture of Nepal is rich and unique. The cultural heritage of Nepal has evolved over the centuries. This multi-dimensional heritage encompasses the diversities of Nepal’s ethnic, tribal, and social groups, and it manifests in music and dance; art and craft; folklore and folktales; languages and literature; philosophy and religion; festivals and celebration; foods and drinks. Its culture is mostly influenced by Indian, Mongolian and Tibetan culture.
Introducing Nepal for the first timers can be quite a task. In this program we cover the three most accessible areas of Nepal which will reflect the different topographic, cultural and climatic variation that Nepal has to offer.
Historic Kathmandu, Panoramic Pokhara and Primordial Chitwan, set in the low land with its teeming tropical jungles and wildlife.
Malaysia is a destination which is truly unforgettable; the weather, the food and the activities make Malaysia a place which offers something for everyone. This spot is most known for its beaches, heritage, culture and is known as a shopping mecca. A must see are the markets where you can sit and watch the amazing batik printing being done by the locals. If you are an animal, history and culture buff - Malaysia will serve you an amazing pallet of sensations.
Thailand regions are normally split into five segments, Central, East, North, North-East, and South.
Northern Thailand, this includes the cities of Chaing Mai and Chaing Rai. North-eastern Thailand otherwise known as E-Sarn, central Thailand with the cities of Bangkok and Pattaya. And southern Thailand with popular island destinations such as Phuket and Krabi.
The market has become well known over the years, mainly because of Hollywood films, as this place seems to make an excellent backdrop for action movies and chase scenes. It has become a bit of a tourist attraction. However, it is also a great way to get an insight into Thai local life. Visitors to Bangkok floating market will see the river teeming with wooden boats and people selling fruits and vegetables, these sellers paddle over to people standing on land to sell their produce. Bangkok floating market is just as you would imagine from a Thai market lots of action and very loud. This market is good fun and a great experience. However, some reviews have said it’s a little overpriced.
This is a place for learning and experiencing all about Thailand and Thai culture in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Visitors to rose garden Bangkok can see an enchanting show, depicting local Thai life from the past. Told through music and dance. At the Thai cultural village you will be treated to an elephant show, Thai boxing, Sword fighting, See silk weaving, Pottery making and Mat weaving.
The North is the cultural Vietnam with its ancestral way of life. Strong will of the communist government to preserve traditions and the ancient architecture of Hanoi old town. Numerous cultural sites of the city are accessible for less mobile people. Halong is the surprising natural jewel of this region with its spectacular karst mountains. Recommended duration: from 4 to 7 days.
The center is the bucolic Vietnam with its former imperial city, its beaches and the sweetness of the Asian art of living. The easy accessibility of Hoi an old town enables less mobile people to wander and shop independently. Recommended duration: from 3 to 8 days.
The South is the dynamism of a region in great development. Its charm is nonetheless authentic, notably in the rural region of the Mekong Delta. The vibrant city of Saigon offers many surprises: a beautiful little flower market, parks with birds, pagodas with colorful decorations, and locals genuinely caring to be at your service for making your trip more accessible and always more existing! Recommended duration: from 2 to 4 days.
Get in touch with Travel for All! Our founder, Tarita Davenock knows disability firsthand and wants to show everyone that the world can still 'be their oyster'. The truth is that the world is not perfectly accessible, there are still bumps in the road... What is spectacular about the world is that it was made to be seen by everyone; regardless of your mobility or ability. We work with a select group of suppliers with the same passions as ours. Choose where and when, and we will work hard at creating what your mind envisions...
"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing." – Helen Keller