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The world has still yet to become accessible to the disability community. However, there are a plethora of resources that have been created for the traveler with a disability. Whether you have a mobility disability, have low vision or are blind, or are Hard of Hearing or d/Deaf, there is a blog, app and/or piece of technology that will hopefully better your overall travel experience. 

Blogs

There are so many incredible disability-related blogs available to the aspiring traveler. These blogs are all authored by people who are avid travelers and have a disability. 

The first recommended blog is penned by John Morris and is packed with information and experiences about traveling the world in a wheelchair. Check out Wheelchair Travel, a site where you will not only find John’s blog posts but many tips and travel guides as well! Through his writings, John introduces his readers to a world of possibilities.

At the age of 15, a trip to the Bahamas sparked Cory Lee’s love for traveling and he continues to explore the world today despite the barriers he encounters as a wheelchair user. Filled with posts detailing Cory Lee’s adventures, Curb Free With Cory Lee shares his perspective on traveling the world on wheels.   

Sylvia Longmire, a travel agent who specializes in booking trips for people with disabilities, is an avid traveler with a disability herself. On her site, Spin the Globe, she shares her personal experiences spinning her wheels around the globe. Sylvia’s website is also a great way to access her services as a travel agent. 

Simply Emma is a comprehensive resource provided to travelers by Emma, a leading blogger in the UK. She shares about her experiences traveling the world as a wheelchair user in hopes of encouraging others–disabled or not–to explore the globe as well.

Chronic illness can put a halt on travel but this blogger has stuck to her love of travel despite the challenges she faces. The Chronic Traveller, also known as Jenny, shares her insights on living with a chronic illness as well as her travel experiences and tips on traveling with her chronic illness. 

Stacey, the author of Deafinitely Wanderlust, combined her love of writing and travel to create this blog. She shares her experiences as a Deaf traveler. When addressing the mission of her blog, Stacey writes, “I want to talk about accessible travel, Deaf and disability awareness, and create accessible and relatable contents for the Deaf population.” 

Deafie Blogger, Ellie, also writes about “…day to day challenges, real-life barriers, and achievements in a deaf person’s world!” Ellie does share about her travels and has been interviewed multiple times by other travel bloggers about what it is like to travel as a deaf person.

The world has still yet to become accessible to the disability community. However, there are a plethora of resources that have been created for the traveler with a disability. Whether you have a mobility disability, have low vision or are blind, or are Hard of Hearing or d/Deaf, there is a blog, app and/or piece of technology that will hopefully better your overall travel experience. 

Blogs

There are so many incredible disability-related blogs available to the aspiring traveler. These blogs are all authored by people who are avid travelers and have a disability. 

The first recommended blog is penned by John Morris and is packed with information and experiences about traveling the world in a wheelchair. Check out Wheelchair Travel, a site where you will not only find John’s blog posts but many tips and travel guides as well! Through his writings, John introduces his readers to a world of possibilities.

At the age of 15, a trip to the Bahamas sparked Cory Lee’s love for traveling and he continues to explore the world today despite the barriers he encounters as a wheelchair user. Filled with posts detailing Cory Lee’s adventures, Curb Free With Cory Lee shares his perspective on traveling the world on wheels.   

Sylvia Longmire, a travel agent who specializes in booking trips for people with disabilities, is an avid traveler with a disability herself. On her site, Spin the Globe, she shares her personal experiences spinning her wheels around the globe. Sylvia’s website is also a great way to access her services as a travel agent. 

Simply Emma is a comprehensive resource provided to travelers by Emma, a leading blogger in the UK. She shares about her experiences traveling the world as a wheelchair user in hopes of encouraging others–disabled or not–to explore the globe as well.

Chronic illness can put a halt on travel but this blogger has stuck to her love of travel despite the challenges she faces. The Chronic Traveller, also known as Jenny, shares her insights on living with a chronic illness as well as her travel experiences and tips on traveling with her chronic illness. 

Stacey, the author of Deafinitely Wanderlust, combined her love of writing and travel to create this blog. She shares her experiences as a Deaf traveler. When addressing the mission of her blog, Stacey writes, “I want to talk about accessible travel, Deaf and disability awareness, and create accessible and relatable contents for the Deaf population.” 

Deafie Blogger, Ellie, also writes about “…day to day challenges, real-life barriers, and achievements in a deaf person’s world!” Ellie does share about her travels and has been interviewed multiple times by other travel bloggers about what it is like to travel as a deaf person.

Traveling can be exciting but for a person with a disability exploring the unknown–that was not built with disability in mind–can be daunting. Reading experiences and tips by real-life travels that share similar day-to-day barriers, can ease the fear of diving into the unknown.  

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