Asian Adventure Trips: Wheelchair Tour
Asian Adventure Trips organized a wheelchair tour for our differently abled guest on October 2017, which is also the best season to travel to Nepal. We feel privileged to get the opportunity to serve our differently abled guest, assisting through a wonderful travel experience in Nepal.
The tour was operated for our special guests from Austria, Mr. Johann Gallistl and his differently abled wife Mrs. Theresia Gallistl. Firstly, the couple reached to us and enquired for a 14-day holiday tour to Nepal, explaining their special condition and requirements. Considering their requests, we suggested them tailored trip package with destinations: Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan National Park.
We had carefully planned the Airport pickups and drops, accommodation and transportation arrangements for the trip, considering the accessibility friendly options during the trip. As many of the accommodation and travel options still lacked the accessibility friendly infrastructures, we had to pre-book limited star Hotels and comfortable transportation options for our guests.
With our special arrangements for the trip, we successfully visited our destinations that includes, UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu, Monuments / Stupas in Kathmandu and Pokhara and even Elephant Safari in Chitwan National Park. From managing flights for easy transportation between cities to deploying additional field staff for inaccessible sites, we provided the best service to make the tour successful. We even had carried the wheelchair through stairs and made some extra efforts to reach sites, which was worth the splendid views that our guests enjoyed.
Our guests expressed their happiness and satisfaction with our efforts and planning throughout the trip. The success of the trip generated the feeling that “Disability only lies in your head” and helped us further to research on more accessible tourism options in Nepal. We as a company feel privileged to get the opportunity of organizing the accessibility friendly trips, the unique experience that we even got to share on a special program in Austria, with the invitation from our differently abled guest.