All tour operators in this list were either personally tested or rated as positive by at least two independent travelers. However, we can not accept any liability and strongly recommend that you also inform yourself about other sources about a tour operator.

Cambodia


Logo of www.rollinasia-travel.com

Roll in Asia organizes individual trips to many countries in Southeast Asia like Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar and India.
Webite-Language: English, French

➡️ Rollinasia-travel.com


Indonesia



http://www.accessibleindonesia.org is run by Kerstin Beise, a German nurse, who lives for years now in Sulawesi in Indonesia. She organizes group tours as well as individual trips on many Indonesian Islands like Java, Bali, Sulawesi.
Webite-Language: German, English

➡️ Accessibleindonesia.org


Germany



This German tour operator organizes tours to nearly every country in the world. But https://www.runa-reisen.de also offers trips throughout the most popular sights in Germany – also with carers.
Webite-Language: German

➡️ https://www.runa-reisen.de

The German NGO offers group tours as well as independent travel – for people with and without handicap. You will find barrier-free travel destinations not only in Germany, but also in other countries in Europe and overseas.
Webite-Language: German

➡️ Bsk-reisen.org

Peru


Logo of Accessible Travel Peru


Accessible Travel Peru offers different tours throught Peru – even to Machu Pichu.

“We believe that tourism is everyone’s right, for this reason since 2015 we have focused our efforts on the creation of specialized tourist circuits for accessible tourism and thus achieve the enjoyment of all our passengers in the main tourist attractions of Peru.”
Webite-Language: English, Spanish

➡️ Accessibletravelperu.com


Thailand



Hanneke Fronik and Jan run two accessible villas, one apartment and one studio in Hua Hin, the royal beach town (2 hours south from Bangkok). They experienced the difficulties, because they always travel in and with an electric wheelchair themselves. With their homes they show how to do it better.

Webite-Language: Dutch, German, English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Italian

➡️ Gehandicapten.com