Marvelling at a 1300-year-old Maya palace at Palenque as parrots screech and howler monkeys growl in the sweaty emerald jungle around you, relax on a warm sandy beach with turquoise waves from the Pacific at Puerto Vallarta, dining on salmon enchiladas and chrysanthemum salad at a Mexico City fusion restaurant, explore the night out the night at Guadalajara nightlife, take a walk at dawn past a colony of Baja California sea lions, visit the town of San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato (World Heritage Site by UNESCO), get enchanted in San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas â€“ all these are unique Mexican experiences
Although Mexico is not the most accessible country for a visit, the resources listed on our website can help you find some options. Whatever you do, plan your trip well in advance for this is not an easy destination to explore on a wheelchair. But if you are committed to go, we are sure youâ€™ll have the time of your life.
Explore "Mayan Backroads" in small, individual groups - starting as small as 1 person. In collaboration with AdaptA Cancun and their professional equipment, we take you to mystic Mayan temples, the lush tropical jungle to experience fauna and flora and float in crystal clear canals of the tropical savannah, show you the unique eco system of the Yucmore ..
Accommodation in Cancun
-transfer airport-hotel-airport - (suitable for the disabled)
- rental of technical equipment (SCOOTER, BEACH WHEELCHAIR)
- tours (to Chichen Itza, Tulum, Xel-ha and Xcaret) - (suitable for the disabled)
Flying Wheels Travel provides people with physical disabilities, chronic illness or difficulty walking the opportunity to extend their lifestyle with unique travel and recreation destinations while empowering individuals and their family members to explore the world.more ..