Accessible holidays to South America
If you want to sail down the amazon, see world-renowned carnivals or lie on the sun swept beaches. South America is the place to be and with most tourist attractions now having disabled access a visit to south America is well worth it.
Why Able2Go recommends accessible holidays to South America
The Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
Able2Go recommends catching the Cog Train to the point where the statue can be accessed via steps, lift and escalators, as on the train, you can remain in a wheelchair. They also have six free wheelchairs that can be used if needed, although there are only two wheelchairs are allowed on each Cog Train.
Sail the Panama Canal
Connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific you can stay on your cruise ship and marvel at the amazing feat of engineering, with the 48 Mile Canal taking an average of 8 – 10 hours, there is so much to see, you will not want to leave the deck side.
Take a trip down the Amazon River, whilst access is not easy with a bit of determination you can sail down the Amazon in a canoe and feed the pink fresh water dolphins while floating your way through the Amazon rainforest.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions apply: Prices are per person, based on a minimum of 2 people travelling together, taxes may vary according to departure airport. Prices are correct at the time of publishing (04/04/2014) and are subject to change and limited availability. Packages are based on departures from London. Supplements apply for regional departures. Where local transfers are included in the package, then these are seat in coach transfers, unless stated otherwise. Private transfers are available upon request for additional supplements.