Disabled Friendly Package Holidays in Thailand
Thailand is one of the friendliest countries on Earth, as Thai people are very helpful and open-minded towards people with mobility issues; however, it is not as developed and accessible for wheelchair users as Europe or America. If you plan to travel anywhere within Thailand it helps to come with an open mind and adventurous spirit.
That being said, with a little preparation wheelchair users, disabled people and the less mobile can have an amazing time in Thailand.
9 days and 8 nights touring famous cultural sites and the beautiful nature of Thailand. From the busy bustle of Bangkok to the infamous bridge over the river Kwai, with a tour of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya and a trip to the seaside resort of Pattaya. These disabled friendly[…]Read More »
Eleven days and ten nights touring famous cultural sites and the beautiful nature of Thailand. From the busy bustle of Bangkok to the infamous bridge over the river Kwai, with a tour of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya and a trip to the seaside resort of Pattaya. These are all inclusive holidays for people with disabilities[…]Read More »
4 days and 3 nights in Thailand’s energetic capital city. A whirlwind visit of Bangkok’s most famous cultural sites and shows. This city break includes wheelchair accessible accommodation, transport throughout in a wheelchair accessible vehicle with a multilingual guide and all tours and visits are wheelchair friendly. Extra Name Price[…]Read More »
4 days in Bangkok, sightseeing, shopping and visiting famous cultural sites and shows, and 1 day in Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Siam. These are disabled friendly holidays – the accessible accommodation is 4 or 5 star hotels, all tours and activities are disability friendly and transport[…]Read More »
The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is very busy, but travel can be enjoyed by the use of a wheelchair friendly minibus, accessible hotels, and accessible shopping malls. The underground and sky train, now have wheelchair accessible stations at each stop.
A great historical/cultural day trip from Bangkok. It lacks disabled facilities and is not that accessible so wheelchair users would benefit from the help of a guide or carer.
The fun town of Thailand, with an amazing variety of entertainment, activities and nightlife. Although there is little provision for disabled and wheelchairs, most of the city is level, and there are plenty of accessible bars, restaurants,shops and things to do.
3 days in Bangkok, visiting famous cultural sites and shows, one day sightseeing in Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam and 3 days in Pattaya, the seaside resort famous for its nightlife and entertainment. This package is for physically disabled people and their friends, and includes accessible travel to all[…]Read More »
The most popular tourist destination of Thailand, the tropical island of Phuket boasts over 50 beaches and is well developed for tourists with hotels and resorts with disabled friendly rooms, many wheelchair accessible attractions, and wheelchair adapted taxis are available if booked in advance.
The island of Koh Samui is another popular tourist destination with tropical beaches, mountains and forests. The towns are located on the main road which circumnavigates the island, and have some wheelchair adapted hotels and facilities.
Hua Hin is a lot quieter than Phuket and Pattaya, but there are some wheelchair friendly resorts that have facilities specifically for wheelchair users and the less mobile. Wheelchair transport is available and the town is generally level, with a long sandy beach.
8 days and 7 nights in Phuket in the South of Thailand. A mixed package of cultural tours, beach days, shopping and exploring the beautiful nature of Phuket and Krabi Province where stunning limestone outcrops dominate the landscape. This disabled wheelchair friendly package holiday provides holiday accommodation at hotels with[…]Read More »
14 days and 13 nights in the South of Thailand. A mixed package of cultural tours, beach days, shopping and exploring the beautiful nature of Phuket, the magical island of Koh Samui, the beaches of Khao Lak, and the stunning limestone outcrops of Krabi Province. These are holidays for wheelchair[…]Read More »
8 days and 7 nights in Hua Hin in the South of Thailand. A mixed package of cultural tours, beach days, shopping and exploring the beautiful nature of Hua Hin. A fully wheel chair accessible holiday package deal which includes disabled adapted holiday accommodation, wheelchair taxi transport and accessible tours[…]Read More »
The North of Thailand is rich in culture, and Chiang Mai is well worth a visit. The city has lots of places to visit within easy reach and there are plenty of wheelchair accessible tours in the region. There are some disabled friendly hotels and resorts but transport and other services should be arranged in advance.
Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, Chiang Rai is a great place to visit and nearby is the famous Golden Triangle. It does have some wheelchair accessible accommodation but the region does not have specially adapted facilities or tours and road transport is a must.
Covering the vast North-East region of Thailand, Isaan is mainly agricultural and has no touristic areas or beach resorts. Because of this, there is little provision for disabled visitors, and wheelchair accessibility is minimal. That said, there are many beautiful areas to explore and the people are very welcoming and friendly.
9 days and 8 nights in the North of Thailand. Beginning with 6 days in Chiang Mai, visiting local cultural sites, mountain parks, Buddhist temples, local crafts and hill tribes and then moving on to Chiang Rai, high in the Himalayan mountains in the Golden Triangle, where Thailand meets Laos[…]Read More »
10 days and 9 nights touring famous cultural sites and the beautiful nature of Thailand. From the busy bustle of Bangkok to the tranquility of the Himalayan mountains in the North of Thailand and a tour of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. These packages have been tailored to meet the needs of[…]Read More »
14 days and 13 nights touring famous cultural sites and the beautiful nature of Thailand. From the busy bustle of Bangkok to the ancient capital of Ayutthaya and then 6 days in Chiang Mai, visiting local cultural sites, mountain parks, Buddhist temples, local crafts and hill tribes before moving on[…]Read More »