One travel company is breaking down barriers and providing opportunities for everyone to explore India
Imagine travelling 2,000km across the country to see a temple you’ve dreamt of visiting, only to discover your family can’t get in. There is no wheelchair access – so your visually impaired father has to carry your wheelchair-bound mother up and down several dozen steps in order to pay homage.
It happened to Neha Arora as a child. Barring the odd school picnic or the visit to grandparents, she has no fond travel memories. It is not that her parents did not like to travel. It is just that, with their special needs, they found it near impossible.
Three decades ago, India was not the friendliest place for travellers with accessibility needs. In 2017, it still isn’t.
Read the full article on why Arora created Planet Abled here.