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From adaptive skiing with specialist ski instructors to wheelchair curling, Courmayeur Mont Blanc on the Italian side of Mont Blanc is a fully accessible ski resort year-round. Ski schools offer mono and bi-ski wheelchairs, ‘trotty ski’ and special audio tools for visual impairments.

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Las Vegas is a good option for clients with accessibility requirements, with many casinos and attractions accommodating wheelchairs. Mobility scooters are available to hire with rentals such as Cloud of Goods including drop-off and pick-up to all the main hotels and attractions. Accessible taxis are also readily available.


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Modern ramps at ancient temples and step-free transport are just some of the reasons why Japan is widely considered to be a wheelchair-friendly destination. InsideJapan has a 10-night Wheelchair Accessible Golden Route self-guided cultural adventure which includes all ‘barrier-free’ accommodation, wheelchair accessible transport, private guiding and more.


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Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio is considered the world’s first fully-inclusive theme park. The attraction has over 25 ‘Ultra-Accessible’ rides, playscapes, and interactive elements that everyone can enjoy. The theme park also partners with hotels across the city with accessible rooms to compliment the experience.


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Responsible Travel, which specialises in accessible travel, offers Accessible Catalan activity holidays with a horse riding centre certified for disabled riders one kilometre from the hotel. The eight-day horse riding trip includes rides through the countryside, swimming with horses, and lessons with national equestrian coach, Rafa Rodriguez.


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Launched in September 2022, the North York Moors Accessibility Project inspires people with accessibility requirements to take short breaks in the region. Attractions and accommodation providers have worked with VisitEngland to develop their access and provide disability awareness training for key staff. Highlights include taking a historic train journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and visiting Helmsley Walled Garden.


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The True Blue Bay Boutique Resort works with onsite dive shop Aquanauts to make diving accessible for those with additional needs. The Aquanauts team are qualified in hosting divers with disabilities in a safe environment. A popular dive site is the underwater sculpture park which is teeming with sealife.


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Committed to ‘total guest inclusion,’ Amilla Maldives is putting accessibility first with deaf-alert systems and adaptive yoga and snorkelling adventures. Also planned are sensory touch, aroma and sound experiences through the jungle for vision-impaired guests as well as dedicated ‘calming spaces’ for guests on the Autism spectrum, with learning difficulties or those with dementia.