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An African safari is the life dream of many people, but unfortunately they are often portrayed as being for non-disabled outdoor enthusiasts. However, safaris and other adventure activities specialised for disabled people and those with limited mobility are a rapidly growing market.
There is a wide variety of options for travel in Southern Africa if your are disabled, particularly, but not limited to, tours and safaris in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Victoria Falls and Mozambique. There are some truly magical trips that have been created for clients with special requirements, including those with mobility-, visual-, and hearing impairment, as well as persons requiring oxygen or kidney dialysis.
We offer scheduled departure tours, where any individual or group is invited to join a set itinerary as well as custom-designed private tours and safaris that correspond with your personal requirements.
Your disability doesn’t have to keep you from your dream vacation! There are a variety of wheelchair accessible tours in Africa. Whether you use a cane, crutches, have a slight limp, use a manual wheelchair or permanently use an electric chair, the beauty of Southern Africa is yours to behold! South Africa boasts many world class hotels and lodges that are accessible to disabled persons, and finding a car that is adapted to your specific requirements may be easier than you think. The number of accessible structures are increasing in Namibia, but the selection is much greater in South Africa. In Botswana, there are some fantastic mobile camps with large accessible tents with private service and the possibility to move around in a wheel chair without impediment. There are even 4×4 vehicles equipped for mounting a wheelchair with its operator, allowing the opportunity to experience, for example a safari in a vast savannah. There is also the possibility of combining a mobile camp with a few nights in a lodge, and we have some excellent recommendations should you decide to do so.
These tours have been specially designed to create an informative, holistic experience, very different in presentation to other mainstream tours, and we have aspired to interpret the African wildlife experience in a very unique way. Safety is paramount in our privately guided safaris, taking your hearing impairment into consideration whilst you are out in the African bush amidst its wildlife. .
These tours have been specially designed to create an informative, holistic experience, very different in presentation to other mainstream tours, and again we have aspired to interpret the African wildlife experience in a very unique way. We use detailed descriptive techniques to paint mental pictures in order to enhance your wildlife experience. Where it is safe to do so, travellers and guides exit the vehicle in order to live any experience of interest via our senses of hearing, touch and smell, which when combined, provide a superior experience to that of sight.
There are safaris and tours in South Africa for individuals who require permanent or semi-permanent oxygen supplementation. Oxygen supplementation is a logistical need, which modern medicine and technology have overcome, and your travel need not be limited by this factor.
Kidney dialysis requirements
Dialysis may be a big part of your life but it doesn’t have to stop you from travelling. Medical care in South Africa is world-class, as are the dialysis centres that we recommend to our clients. There are various dialysis centres countrywide, and your trip can be arranged according to your specific needs, permitting an unrestricted holiday with your friends or family.
Botswana Spirit Comfort Mobile Camp
Botswana Desert & Delta and Falls
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