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Accessible Tourism Resources

Lynn Atkinson and her friend Leo at the Sphinx in Giza, Egypt.

Accessible Journeys, 35 W. Sellers Ave., Ridley Park, PA 19078; 800-846-4537 or 610-521-0339, fax 610-521-6959;, Travel arrangements for slow walkers and wheelchair travelers, friends, and family worldwide.

Emerging Horizons, P.O. Box 278, Ripon, CA 95366; fax 209-599-9409;, It produces a book and magazine that provides accessible travel advice for those with mobility disabilities.

Guided Tour, Inc., 7900 Old York Rd., Ste. 114B, Elkins Park, PA 19027-2339; 800-783-5841 or 215-782-1370, fax 215-635-2637;, Programs for persons with developmental and physical disabilities.

HSA International, 1104 El Prado; San Clemente, CA 92672; 949-498-4540, fax 949-498-6128;, Information on accessible scuba diving trips worldwide and where people with disabilities can learn to dive.

Keli Tours, 19 Hacharoshet St., P.O. Box 2176, Keidar-Center, Raanana 43656, Israel; 011-972-9-746-2210, fax 011-972-9-746-2208;, Offers tours of the Middle East and Israel for people with and without disabilities.

Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality, 347 5th Ave., Ste. 610, New York, NY 10016; 212-447-7284, fax 212-725-8253;, Publishes Open World magazine and information booklets on trip planning for people with disabilities. The website has a good selection of links and information.

TRIPS Inc. Special Adventures, P.O. Box 10885, Eugene, OR, 97440, 800-686-1013 or 541-686-1013,, Provides vacations in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and Ireland for people with developmental disabilities, who travel in groups supported by team leaders and chaperones.

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