India for All!
India has been learning about accessible tourism in the last few years and now we can say ” India accessible to travelers”
In many Indian cities there are superior category hotels (4/5 stars) equipped with rooms for the disabled with roll in shower and grab bars.
The common areas are generally accessible.
In about ten Indian cities, including the main ones: Mumbai, Delhi, Goa, … vehicles are also accessible to electric wheelchairs. Accessible vans can be hired with driver for services in the city and, in some cases, for multi-day tours.
The main tourist attractions have accessible entrances and paths even if not always available due to disservices.
The main cities, in the central and tourist areas are quite accessible even if the sidewalks are often cluttered and there are no curb cuts.
It is possible to book medical, nursing, personal and tourist assistance.
Aids can be rented but the rental period may exceed that of an average tourist stay
Public transport such as trains and buses are not accessible.
As the country is very large, internal travel is recommended by flights which offer the usual accessibility guaranteed by IATA airlines.
India is therefore a destination that for a few years can be considered accessible even if not everywhere and we hope our motto “India accessible to travelers” will soon be completely full fitted.
Furthermore, being a very large country, if you want to visit it thoroughly, you need to plan at least 3 or 4 tours.
The most classic tour, that of North India which in 10/12 days allows you to visit Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Mumbay with possible extension to the sea in Goa is possible for travelers with reduced mobility.
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