15 Disability Travel Blogs That Will Inspire You

September 17, 2015
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If you’re looking for inspirational, educational disability travel blogs from some of the most profound on the web, you’ve come to the right place. Here we present the 15 Disability Travel Blogs of 2015 That Will Inspire You.

As you know, there’s no shortage of high-quality travel blogs online to choose from, but each of these are unique and priceless in the kind of advice they have documented.

Whether you have a disability and would like expert advice or want your daily feed of inspiration, these blogs will give you the resource, tips and insight in to the world of a disabled traveler.

Curb Free with Cory Lee

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Cory Lee is a young travel addict who has kindly documented his journeys around the globe thus far.

His blog aims to provide information about which places are accessible, and some which aren’t so accessible.

Curb Free with Cory Lee shares the world from a wheelchair user’s perspective.

Have Wheelchair Will Travel

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If you’re looking for something specific in terms of wheelchair travel, this is the blog to read.

Have Wheelchair Will Travel was created to offer detailed advice for those who are new to the world of travel and this blog shows that experience really does pay off. Choose from a range of useful sections in the menu, we found the Wheelchair Tips page to be particularly great. This blog is a must read!

Rexy Edventures

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Follow the "Adventures of a Deaf and Handsome Luxury Backpacker Travelling the Unexpected" via Rexy Adventures.

Ed shares his low budget travel tips and reviews from all around the world, to offer inspiration and ideas across every continent.

His "Deaf Travel" section is particularly interesting, useful and fearless. Gain a further insight in to the world of Ed Rex, we guarantee you won't be disappointed.


Travelling with a Disability

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As part of the “Do It Myself” blog, Glenda Watson Hyatt shares her travel experiences living with cerebral palsy to inspire others and motivate them to explore their own situation and the world around them.

Follow her adventures and gain valuable advice from an experienced traveler! You may also be interested in her book “I’ll Do It Myself”, available in paperback and on Kindle.

Anything Is Possible Travel

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Anything Is Possible Travel is written by Jeri, who was inspired by her daughter’s positive, can-do attitude and keenness to travel.

Be sure to visit this blog for a range of reviews and inspiration for places to visit, based in the USA. Go ahead!

Accessible Tourism Research

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Based in Australia, Simon Darcy felt it was his deed to set up the Accessible Tourism Research blog, why?

As you know, accessible tourism is a growing industry with a limited amount of industry discussion, but don’t worry, here you’ll find the latest news, statistics and breakthroughs all in one place.

Great work, Simon!

Hot Wheels Goes

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Hot Wheels Goes is written by avid traveller Amy, whose goal is to visit as many places around the globe as possible, both physically and financially.

Her blog was created to share her stories of travelling with a disability along with compiling a range of useful guides based on the places she visits, to help others in a similar position on their adventures.

Brilliantly written and presented.

WorldInA...Wheelchair

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Another great blog which inspires travel for wheelchair users, WorldInA...Wheelchair shares the latest travel and disability news along with useful reviews of events, restaurants, bars and hotels around the world.

A hub of useful information: This is updated regularly with brand new tips to inspire further adventures. Great read!

Wheelchair Travel

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Wheelchair Travel was created to open your mind to the world of disabled travelling. Including worldwide reviews of hotels, public transport and tourist attractions; you’ll find plenty of useful information on this blog.

Plus, you’ll find many disabled travellers are able to contribute to this blog with their own stories, which adds a personal touch and makes for emotive reading. Make sure you visit this blog!

Smiths Holiday Road

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Follow the Australian family of five that love to travel and adventure, introducing the Smith’s.

Smith’s Holiday Road documents the travels of “three kids and a wheelchair” offering great advice and insight for those who are thinking of travelling with a wheelchair user. It can be a challenging task, but Smith’s Holiday Road has a vibe of positivity that takes the fear away from these situations, great to read!

Wheel Adventure Travel

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Wheel Adventure Travel offers a diverse mix of practical, detailed travel guides for people with disabilities looking to travel on a budget.

Written and documented by Matt Getze, his personal blogs offer a range of travel information based on tourist attractions, transportation, hotels and general travel tips. His travel videos are also really great, it’s easy to see why his blog was featured in the New York Times!

The Blimbers

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The Bimblers is written by Bridget and Rob, which they describe themselves as “Britain’s most unlikely travel bloggers”. Dive into their world of reviewing and sharing their experiences in wheelchair friendly holidays, European city breaks and accessible walks.

A beautifully written and presented blog that offers tons of useful advice and information, especially for those travelling around the UK and Europe.

Jayonlife

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Jayonlife created her website to shows her past, present and future travels as a person who was affected with the poliovirus from a very young age.

Her blog opens up her world including beautiful photography, her journeys with her friends and her Disabled London section explores Jay’s mission to see as much of where she lives as possible.

Her charming style of writing will have you back for more!

Wheelchair Thailand

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Wheelchair Thailand is a travel blog offering all types of holiday information for disabled people and wheelchair users.

This blog primarily covers the accessibility of attractions and transport in Hua Hin and Bangkok in Thailand, but also offers other useful insights in to wheelchair friendly tourist attractions around the world. Useful information, especially for those visiting this beautiful part of Southeast Asia.

Diary of a Traveling Wheelchair

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Jayonlife created her website to shows her past, present and future travels as a person who was affected with the poliovirus from a very young age.

Her blog opens up her world including beautiful photography, her journeys with her friends and her Disabled London section explores Jay’s mission to see as much of where she lives as possible.

Her charming style of writing will have you back for more!