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Wilsons Prom more accessible than ever before for people with a disability.


Parks Victoria is embracing inclusive tourism, not just providing accessibility, with the latest redevelopments of Wilsons Promontory


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Cape Town South Africa


Our Journey from Florida to Cape Town started In Johannesburg. Due to an extremely long flight with a required de-boarding and refueling in Dakar, I needed to stretch out and lie down and take a hot bath! The perfect place to do this ended up being the Hotel Inter-Continental Hotel, located right within the Joburg Airport. All we had to do was collect our bags and walk across the airport road to this elegant, modern and upscale hotel for a much needed recharge. A wonderful dinner in the hip dining room, and a beautiful accessible room made this a great start to my introduction to SA! 


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An Economic Model of Disability


Occasional paper No. 4. Changing the demand drivers for the provision of products and services in Inclusive Tourism. The Why and How.


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The Spirit of Inclusive Travel - a Personal Story by Deborah Davis


I travel because I want my mind and my heart and my soul to overcome the boundaries that my body now feels.


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Kennedy Space Center


A must see for anyone visiting Florida is the Kennedy Space Center. Lying on the Space Coast it is a 35 minute drive east of Orlando or a three and a half hour drive north of Miami on the I95. Kennedy Space Center is synonymous with man's exploration of space from the early Mercury and Gemini mission, the Apollo Moon landings and the Space shuttle missions now in their final phases.The Kennedy Space Center offers travellers with a disability a fully accessible experience from the visitors centre to the bus tours of the complex.


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Hluhluwe - An unsploit gem on the African Coast


Two and a half hours north of Durban in the KwaZulu-Natal lies the Elephant Coast on the north Indian Ocean coast of South Africa. The Elephant Coast stretches from St Lucia in the south to Kosi Bay in the north and encompasses a vast array of activities from Big 5 game viewing, whale watching, bird watching, encounters with hippos and crocodiles, turtle tracking, scuba diving, visits to cultural villages in the heart of the Zulu Kingdom or just relaxing on the pristine beaches of the Indian Ocean.


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