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Meet the travellers

Photo of Kamil in an airport in Belgium. He is posing in front of a statue of the chief of the Smurfs made of chocolate. He is wearing a dark blue sweater and black pants with white sneakers.

Kamil Goungor: the “budgetarian” Trawheeler

Kamil Goungor lives in Athens, Greece and is the author of the Trawheeler, an accessible travel blog which he created in 2017. Kamil is an accessible travel blogger, but also a disability activist and he works for two very important organizations based in Brussels: for ENIL, the European Network for Independent Living where he works...
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Josh Grisdale: the mind and wheels behind Accessible Japan

Interview withJosh Grisdale, born in Canada and now a naturalised Japanese citizen, who has been discovering every hidden corner of this beautiful country, where he lives and works, and telling all about it in the Bible of accessible tourism in Japan: Accessible-Japan.com.
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Sara-Louise Ackrill, the backpacking therapist

Sara-Louise Ackrill, 42, is the founder of Wired Differently, a social impact company making products and services for neurodivergent people. She was diagnosed as autistic as an adult and has, throughout her life, had a love for travel and at the same time has experienced the difficulties and painful moments that travelling as a neurodivergent...
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What is Destination Everywhere?

We started in 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, with the idea that people with a disability need clear and easy access to information in order to plan their travels and holidays. We saw so much offer of inclusive and fun holidays, but it was not reaching those who could potentially enjoy them. For this reason we started to get in touch with specialised tour operators from all over the world to spread the word about their tours: these are our partners, they organise the tours you will find in our website. 

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