Disabled Wheelchair Accessible Safari Holidays East Africa | Wheelchair Friendly Tours | Disabled Travellers Safari Holidays
Safari for the Disabled | Disability Safaris | African Safaris for Disabled People | Wheelchair Friendly Safaris | Wheelchair Safaris
East Africa Wheelchair Accessible Safari Holidays | Wheelchair Friendly Accessible Safari Holidays Kenya | Disabled Traveler Trips
Disabled Safari Holidays Kenya | Handicapped Tours | Disabled People Africa Safaris Travel | Disabled Safari Holidays
Disabled Wheelchair Accessible Safari Holidays East Africa: African Spice Safaris believes in Responsible and Inclusive Tourism, and for this reason whether you have a disability or not, we welcome you to experience your African safari holiday with us.
Inclusive Tourism simply means that guests with and without disabilities can be hosted in the same place and can participate fully and together in all the activities on offer.
Our Safaris and tours are for all travelers including families with children, individuals, groups and honeymooners.
Our wheelchair friendly and accessible tours, safaris and travel cater for the disabled, handicapped and mobility impaired including deaf (hearing impaired) and blind (visually impaired) guests.
You safari vehicle is modified with an access ramp and a wheelchair locking system to ensure safe travel and handy for guests who prefer to remain in their seat instead of making a transfer into a regular car seat.
Our driver-guides have a lot of experience and will make sure you can enjoy your holiday without worries and allow you to discover the wonders of African wildlife.
We work with a wide range of safari lodges, tented camps, hotels, beach resorts and self catering cottages all of whom have made a lot of progress incorporating wheelchair access over the last few year.
Our disabled tours and safaris range from scheduled departure itineraries to private and tailor-made journeys to all our destinations.
Whatever your preference and budget we have options for you! Please feel free to enquire about any specific area, destination or property that you might be interested in.
As disabled wheelchair accessible safari accommodation and vehicles are usually in short supply, it is advisable to book your trip well in advance.