Accessibility is indeed an issue in Indonesia, both in terms of adapted accommodation and, especially for people with mobility impairments, rolling around can be pretty complicated. Access to the temples and historic heritage is not total as most of the times there are steps and stairs and no alternative itineraries for people in wheelchairs. Have you already given up? Well, hold on in there, because our partner AccessibleIndonesia is there to help you make the most of your holiday!
Kerstin Beise, originally from Germany, has been living in Indonesia for over 20 years, during which she has worked with organizations dedicated to people with disabilities and gotten to know the country very well. In 2016 she created AccessibleIndonesia, in partnership with a local tour operator, to promote accessible and sustainable tourism and allow everyone to enjoy the best of what Indonesia has to offer.
With the help of ramps and by knowing all the alternative itineraries, Kirsten and the team of AccessibleIndonesia can take you to places you’d never imagine, from watching the sunrise at the Borobudur temple, to visiting the best natural parks and volcanoes on a jeep, to the right spots for shopping traditional crafts, with a full-package service or just for the tours, as you prefer!
The packages and the tours are especially conceived for people with mobility impairment, and you can choose one of the full-optional packages proposed or have your very special holiday tailor-made. To get a price offer just click on the links below and then contact Kerstin and her team specifying what you would like to do and what you will need to make your holiday perfect.
Ready for an exotic adventure?