“Being disabled does not mean Un-abled, just Different Abled.” It is truly said by a famous writer Mr. Noel Helm.
Everyone deserves to visit their dream destination, and Indian tourism is here to help or design a comfortable and exciting holiday trip for you with your friends and your family. India is one of the most popular tourist destinations in south Asia. It full fills the wish of each type of tourists. It offers everything to tourists, what a tourist can ask for? Every year India hosts a number of challenged tourists from all over the Globe.
An exclusive Indian vacation trip is offered to disable travelers with suitable travelling conditions from transport options, specially trained guides for Disabled travelers, Wheelchairs for hire, Disabled Accessible Vans, activities that meet your requirements to traveling arrangements and from disable friendly toilets to availability of assistants who can communicate in sign language. Last but not least the most comfortable part is the presence of helping locals.
Actually “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.”
India surprises you with its sticking locations, classic monuments, shining deserts, exciting wild life, thrilling adventure & sports, craggy and snow top mountain peaks and valleys, splendid forts & palaces, undying rivers, alluring cultural tradition, beautiful lakes and beaches, and warm & friendly hospitality of Indian people. If there is one country that knows how to be joyful, it is India and everyone have right to see this charming and fascinating country.
Let’s discuss about some interesting destinations, welcoming disabled and special needs tourists in the country.
Majestic Taj Mahal and Agra fort at Agra
Agra provides all the required comforts for the disable tourists. For solo travellers the authorities offer wheelchair and satisfactory guide who can communicate in sign language.
It is famous for being the home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World: the Taj Mahal. Millions of tourists from all over the world swarm Agra to explore this majestic Taj known for its white marble architecture which is an emblem of perfection of Mughal architecture. Wheelchair facility is also accessible and Taj Mahal ascendancy had put up wooden ramps everywhere.
Apart from Taj the must visit place is Agra fort is a masterpiece in terms of design and construction and offers wheelchair facilities, golf carts, ramps, Braille sign boards, special toilets etc. There are lots of other beautiful buildings inside Agra Fort like the Jahangir’s Palace, Diwan-e-Khaas, Shish Mahal, Diwan-e-Am, Diwan-e- Khaas, and Moti Masjid.
Epic monuments at Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri is a magnificent red sandstone city in Sikri near Agra. There are a number of renowned places to be seen here like the Diwan-e-Am, the Diwan-e-Khaas, Buland Darwaja, Panch Mahal, Jodha Bai Palace and Birbal Bhawan. A specially designed ramp, special toilets, seating arrangements, Braille sign boards, special toilets and ticket counters makes your trip more comfortable.
Red fort and other amazing monuments of Delhi
Delhi is embellished with the famous monuments like Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and various others. The city now has comfortable and friendly touring arrangements for its disabled visitors.
Delhi tourism is really disabled-friendly, it arranges sitting arrangement, lifts, toilets, ramps and escalators connectivity to make their tour absolutely excellent from start to finish and made us feel completely at ease and safe every step of the way.
Now Wheelchair users can go right up to the Iron Pillar of Qutb Minar. At Delhi Metro there are ramps to get on and off the metros; there are escalators to connect the platforms and special spots earmarked for wheelchair users.
Beaches, backwater and houseboat cruise Kerala
Gifted with amazing beauty of nature, Kerala is home of many popular beaches, scenic backwater, houseboat cruise and hill stations. Houseboat cruise is very and most convenient way to explore the supreme charm of backwaters.
Well, if you have not visited Kerala yet, you should visit this beautiful place at least once in your life. Kerala also gives a warm and open hearted welcome to its disable tourists. Fort Kochi is the first disabled-friendly visitor’s destination of India. Specially depicted ramps, special toilets, seating arrangements and non-slippery tiles are also available to make them comfortable.
Kerala also provide facilities like sign language training visitors guides, sign boards helping the visually challenged people, walkways for wheelchair users.
Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Bangalore
Bangalore famous as the ‘Garden City of India’ is unbeatable to welcome its disable tourists. Tipu’s summer palace and fort remind the visitors of glorious bygone era. Presently this glorious place is converted into a museum and is a remarkable attraction for the travelers. This place is built with real teakwood with striking figures; gorgeous paintings and other artwork.
It offers a disable friendly atmosphere for its visitors having Braille brochure, disable friendly toilets, Braille sign boards and a tactile pathway, facility of wheelchair etc.
Sanchi Stupa, Bhopal
Sanchi Stupa also famed as the Great Stupa is one of those chiefly magnificent tourists attractions in India. It is the oldest stone structure in India having the dimension of 17 meters in height and 37 meters in diameter.
To comfort their barrier visitors Sanchi Stupa is furnished with a tactile walkway, wheelchair accessible paths, Braille map, disable friendly toilets and specially trained guides to assist the disabled visitors.
Lakshmana Temple, Chhattisgarh
Lakshmana Temple of Sirpur is made of brick; the temple stands on a huge raised platform that is easily approachable for the disabled tourists. This beautiful temple is furnished with tactile pathway and Braille sign boards to make their disabled tourists comfortable.
So come and enjoy a comfortable and safe trip.
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