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Tuesday, 15 December 2015 15:05

Rossana Reis from USA

With Rossana Reis from USA who is deaf/blind and Ronel Maree South African Blind/Deaf Sign Language Interpreter on tour in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
Friday, 11 December 2015 13:39

South African Lilizela Tourism Awards 2016

Access2africasafaris is proud to announce we are the winner of FOUR categories at South African Lilizela Tourism Awards 2016 held at Sandton Convention Centre October 2016.Categories included: Tour Operator – Emerging – South Africa Universal Access Experience – Hearing Universal Access Experience – General Universal Access Experience - Mobility
Thursday, 03 December 2015 11:20

Community Projects and Social Responsibility

Through our work in Inclusive Tourism and Universal Access we support with various projects and assist those in needs. We have identified a very real need for the underprivileged in our region and have distributed wheelchairs. We network with various organizations and a big thank you to The QuadPara Association for their on going support especially with support for the elderly and children.We continue with our efforts for support for Kulani Special Needs School and our focus in the next few months is to build a Inclusive Playground for these special underprivileged children.
Thursday, 03 December 2015 11:20

On Safari in a Wheelchair

I travel a lot - more than most other quadriplegics that I know. Even so, when I first look up at the sky on every trip to the southern hemisphere I am temporarily disoriented.It’s not like I am a celestial navigator. I couldn’t find my way home from the corner pub by looking at the stars even if all I had to drink was Stones Ginger Beer. Set me sailing out on the ocean at night by the stars – well, I’ve never been sailing at night so I’m not certain – but I image you would never hear from…
Thursday, 03 December 2015 11:19

Disabled touring in South Africa

Safaris and tours for all travellers including families with children, individuals, groups and honeymooners. We specialize in wheelchair friendly and accessible tours, safaris and travel for the disabled, handicapped and mobility impaired including deaf (hearing impaired) and blind (visually impaired) guests.IMPORTANT ADVICEItineraries are designed to suit specific needs and interests. When planning your holiday allow enough time on arrival and during your holiday to rest. Also take into consideration times you prefer in mornings to embark on safaris and activities. Some unsurfaced/gravel roads can be expected during safaris.Accommodation has all been personally inspected and is the best the areas have…
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