Hawaii is a dazzling string of Polynesian islands with everything from lush rainforest and waterfalls to golden beaches framed by crystal-clear turquoise water.
Florida offers a wide range of experiences that are easily accessible, including the theme parks in Orlando like Disney World which offers numerous accommodations, including Disability Access Service that allows guests to schedule a time at a specific attraction.
Visiting Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon is an easily doable two-in-one providing the perfect mix of Bright Lights, Big City and a seven wonder of the natural world.
A gorgeous city everyone should visit at least once, New Orleans is renowned for its mouthwatering cuisine, diverse culture, incredible architecture, music, and lively festivals.
There’s truly something for everyone in the so-called city that never sleeps, including those looking for accessibility.
The nation’s capital is one of the world’s most accessible cities, with everything from outstanding public transport options for the mobility challenged to a wide range of enticing attractions.