When it comes to wheelchair accessible travel for people with disabilities, Travel for All is your go-to travel consultant.

The Philippines

The Philippines is for everyone

The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising more than 7,000 islands. Its capital, Manila, is famous for its waterfront promenade and centuries-old Chinatown, Binondo. Intramuros, a walled city in colonial times, is the heart of Old Manila. It’s home to the baroque 17th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison.

Manila — Capital of the Philippines

The capital of the Philippines - its heart and soul -- is Manila. It sets the rhythm of life in this archipelago and is a pulsating hub that blends the Oriental with the Occidental, the quaint with the modern, the mundane with the extraordinary.

Manila was born out of the ashes of a once flourishing Malay settlement by the banks of the Pasig River. In 1571, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi established the Ever Loyal City of Manila which, until 1898, was the seat of Spanish colonial rule in Asia. He built the city within walls and called it Intramuros.

An anchor tourist destination, Manila is the very core of the 7,000 times more islands that make up the Philippines. It is a center for the performing arts in Asia.

Unique to Palawan is its megadiversity. For a long time, Palawan's bountiful resources, abundant wildlife and extraordinary natural beauty are known only to the many ethnic communities that thrive in these islands and a few other daring settlers who wanted to live in unpolluted surroundings.

The island-province first attracted foreign attention in the 1970's when it became a United Nations Vietnamese Refugee Center. At this time, a disturbance in Kenya also saw the transport of endangered animals from its savannas to the plains of Calauit Island.

When it comes to wheelchair accessible travel for people with disabilities, Travel for All is your go-to travel consultant.However, it was only a sea accident in 1979 that eventually led to the opening of Palawan into tourism big time. As the story goes, a tuna line disabled a dive boat's propeller in the middle of the night forcing it to drop anchor in an inlet.

The following morning, the divers woke up to an amazing scenery of skyscraping dark cliffs, thick green forest, white-sand beach, sparkling water and, rising above it, a series of magnificently sculpted jade islands. And thus was how El Nido was discovered. Ecology awareness is at a high level throughout the province.

Puerto Princesa prides itself as the cleanest city in the Philippines. To protect its megadiversity, only eco-friendly programs are adhered to by tourist establishments. And there are strict ordinances against dynamite fishing, with only net and line fishing allowed. Palawan may have opened itself to tourism but it has also taken serious efforts to preserve this last frontier.

Cebu — The Gateway to a Thousand Journeys

When it comes to wheelchair accessible travel for people with disabilities, Travel for All is your go-to travel consultant.Cebu is the traveler's fantasy of a tropical island come true - balmy weather, pristine beaches, crystalline waters, and luxurious resorts with all the frills of modern living. The island-province of Cebu was where the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan planted the Cross of Christianity in the name of Spain in 1521. But even before Cebu became the Occidental gateway to the Orient, it was already a popular entry point among Asian merchants.

Cebu has since blossomed into a choice tourist destination, with many leisure establishments taking full advantage of its sea-valley-and-mountain location.

Metropolitan Cebu, the country's second biggest metropolis, is the political, economic, educational and cultural center of the Visayas. Hotels, shopping malls, entertainment halls, casinos and golf fairways are ever present in the metro to cater to every tourist's whim. The rest of Cebu's 166 islands and islets are fringed with sandy beaches and sapphire-clear waters teeming with marine life, perfect for divers.


Other wheelchair accessible spots in Asia include...


China offers many accessible options amid beautiful pagoda style buildings


Shogun - Beautiful Japanese garden


Kuala Lumpur is a destination for everyone. Here you see a traveler petting an elephant


Ha-long is a spectacular site to see. The water is crystal green and the plants abundant.


Beautiful Kathmandu beckons the worldly traveler


Beautiful floating market in the heart of Thailand

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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