African Safari for Disabled Travelers
Can disabled people go on a safari?
For travelers with mobility issues, an African safari may seem out of reach. However, with roads and lodges becoming more and more accessible to travelers who use a wheelchair, an African Safari for Disabled Travelers has never been more achievable.
We recognized that disability is not inability to travel. Demand for accessible travel experience is growing, and the tourism industry is starting to recognize that tourists with disabilities form an important consumer group of travelers. Nature Bound Africa specializes in arranging tours for the physically impaired, blind and the deaf in the community.
We work with a wide range of safari lodges, tented camps, hotels and beach resorts to make sure that we can give you the most accessible quality accommodation available. We avail the use of professional nurses during the escorted African Safari for Disabled Travelers at the national game parks, boating on Lake Naivasha, Lake Victoria, Birding, cultural tours etc. Unprecedented freedom to travel to Kenya and Tanzania.