Visit Mesa puts accessibility first

Visit Mesa puts accessibility first

Visit Mesa has partnered with Wheel the World, a programme designed to provide travellers with advanced information on accessible experiences across the region in Arizona.

The new programme is part of Visit Mesa’s on-going mission to ensure the destination is regarded as “one of the nation’s most accessible travel options.”

Visitors can create a personalised profile allowing Wheel the World to recommend accommodations and activities in Mesa that are compatible with their travel aspirations and personal needs. The programme allows visitors to book hotels and tours and provides reliable accessibility information in advance to ensure that their upcoming travels to Mesa are enjoyable. Specialised customer support is also available for online users.

This complimentary service is one of several accessibility initiatives that the destination marketing organisation is implementing to ensure all travellers feel welcome in Mesa.

“Partnering with Wheel the World allows Visit Mesa to continue to deliver upon our vision of becoming the nation’s most accessible city,” said Alison Brooks, vice president of destination experience and advocacy at Visit Mesa.

“Wheel the World’s platform will help visitors plan their travel to Mesa with confidence, which ultimately creates a better, less-stressful experience. We look forward to adding more options for Mesa hotels, attractions, and tours to the Wheel the World marketplace in the coming months to better serve visitors of all abilities.”

Additional programmes supported by Visit Mesa include Aira, a guided visual Interpretation service, the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program and Mesa’s designation as an Autism Certified City.


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