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Birthday celebration in India for wheelchair bound. 2 months 6 days ago #70515

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Hello,

We are a mother and a daughter planning for our travel to Nepal and India for my birthday in January 2020. I suffer from Paraplegia i.e. wheel chair bound with almost no movement below waist. My daughter takes care of me all the time. Can someone help if such is possible in the countries? We can't afford luxury so decent budget holiday is preferred.

Hoping to travel.

Amy

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Birthday celebration in India for wheelchair bound. 2 months 5 days ago #70516

I looked on google and found a couple of helpful sites for you to look at but there are more available. Here are the links to the couple I found:-

www.disabledtravelersguide.com/travel/travel_disabled_india.htm

www.disabledholidays.com/search/far-east-&-asia-l34/india-l563

Also Trip Advisor is a good site to checkout, I always use it to check destinations and hotels are wheelchair friendly. Hope this helps.
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Birthday celebration in India for wheelchair bound. 2 months 3 days ago #70529

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I will check them. Appreciate your help.

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Birthday celebration in India for wheelchair bound. 2 months 1 day ago #70532

Hi Amy,
The accessibility in this part of the world has been increasing gradually and with a little planning and assistance of a resident you can very well manage travelling to India and Nepal.
Accessibility in the bigger cities and popular travel destinations is on the rise after the new Disability Law came into action in India. But you would definitely needs some guidance on planning your travel when you are travelling.
I am an Indian resident with both my parents having disabilities. Would be happy to provide you any information you might need or answer any apprehensions you might have. You can right to me at neha@planetabled.com
All the best for your birthday trip.
Best Regards,
Neha

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Birthday celebration in India for wheelchair bound. 1 month 3 weeks ago #70561

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Hi Amy I found this it might help you
www.evaneos.co.uk/nepal/holidays/essenti...disability-in-nepal/
I would suggest looking at saga holidays or well know companies that offer transfers both ends and will have contact with transport firms in the country
it can be very hit and miss at time
I have been to Sri Lanka three times with sage holidays and they organised everything
Les

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