The South American continent stretches from about 10° above the equator to almost 60° below it, encompassing an area of 6,880,706 sq mi (17,821,028 sq km). This is almost 12% of the surface area of the earth. South America is filled with mystery, tradition and outdoor adventures in abundance. Explore ancient Inca ruins, learn about the Inca Trail, view the Nazca Lines, meet local people in rural villages and bargain for hand-made crafts in bustling markets.
Over such a large continent, there is so much to see from the windswept national parks of Patagonia, only accessible in winter to the tropical beaches of Colombia which bask in warmth year round. Nature lovers will thrill at the diversity of wildlife in the Amazon Jungle, Pantanal wetlands, the Galápagos Islands, Los Llanos plains, Colca Canyon and Lake Titicaca, not forgetting the national parks of Patagonia. Colonial Spanish towns are nestled deep in the mountains while Inca ruins sit on the beaches. The great white continent of Antarctica is considered the last frontier of travel by many adventure seekers. This area is popular for polar bear fans! There is so much to see and experience in this part of the world that you just need to make a few trips!! Travel For All has a few phenomenal accessible travel suppliers who will ensure that you have a trip of a lifetime!
For half a day we will explore the city, cosmopolitan and eclectic, which never ceases to amaze with its remarkable contrasts. Our hotel will be the starting point for discovering wide avenues that highlight the city. July 9 street, with its multiple lanes that make it the widest in the world is pierced by the symbol of the city, the Obelisk.
We take the natural lakes crossing to the iconic Bariloche city, located in the foothills of the Andes. It is within the Nahuel Huapi National Park. Its Alpine-style architecture, chocolate shops, boutiques and great restaurants invite you to hang out in the city center between trekking, hiking and skiing excursions.
In the morning we have an excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park, some 50 kilometers, or 4 hours from Punta Arenas. At 12 kilometers west of Ushuaia we enter the National Park. It contains 63000 hectares where lenga trees (Nothofagus pumilio), cherry trees, ñires (Nothofagus antarctica), calafates, notros (Embothrium coccineum) (Embothrium coccineum), flowers like orchids, violets and senecios (Asteraceae) can be seen.
We will leave Puerto Madryn in the morning to visit the largest Magellan´s penguins reserve. Imagine walking around through more than half million penguins. This is what we are going to do when we arrive to Punta Tombo. We have plenty of time to learn about their habitat and their way of life.
Chile is a long, narrow country stretching along South America's western edge, with 4,300km of Pacific Ocean coastline. Santiago, its capital, sits in a valley surrounded by the Andes and Chilean Coast Range mountains. The city's Plaza de Armas, founded in 1541, contains neoclassical landmarks and the National History Museum. The massive Parque Metropolitano offers swimming pools, a botanical garden and zoo.
Travel for All is pleased to work with a fantastic accessible travel supplier who offers some amazing Tours in Chile. Call us and we will plan the perfect Chilean holiday!
To visit Punta Arenas, the southernmost city in the continental land mass, is a voyage through the history of Patagonia. The first stop is at the view point of "Cerro de la Cruz", from where there is a magnificent panoramic view of the colorful roofs, Strait of Magellan and in the background the large Island of Tierra del Fuego.
Come along and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of southern Chile. The tour starts in Puerto Montt. This city is a gateway city into Chiloé, Llanquihue and Nahuel Huapi lakes and Western Patagonia. The salmon industry development has made a huge economic impact in the area.
Indulge your senses and pamper yourself. This magical tour provides travelers the amazing opportunity to discover stunning locations with plenty of opportunities to taste excellent wines and typical Chilean cuisine, especially fresh seafood.
One hour and a half from Santiago, the Colchagua Valley is also known as the “Tasty spot of Chile” that you must see. Visit and explore this blessed land created by Mother Nature to inspire and experience romantic memories. On these in-depth tours, visitors can get a first-hand insight to world-class wines, such as Carménère, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
We will discover your specific needs and discuss this with our tour supplier, to ensure that we have researched the most accessible trip for you. ** Some options are to modify the trip ensuring the best results.
Even though things are changing, we would not consider Peru as a fully accessible country. We take care of transportation, hotels, attractions, tours so you can expect good accessibility. This magical place is a heritage type of trip, so expect some bumps, but imagine, YOU are visiting MACHU PICHU!!!
Travel For All uses a tour operator who offers accessible tours in PERU for people with physical disabilities and slow walkers. The hotels, services, attractions and routes to this geographic wonder have been inspected and used for years! This tour is presented in the safe, and accessible manner. We've said it before, but this truly is a trip of a life-time!!
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