We have organized wheelchair vacations for travelers to Beijing for years. We’ve got it down to an art and a science. There is no reason for a wheelchair holiday to Beijing to be different than any other visit here. We will make sure you go where you want to go, see what you want to see and experience what you want to experience while in Beijing. This includes tourist sights, night shows, parks, restaurants – everything Beijing has to offer!
Discover Beijing Tours create custom accessible holidays for you. We take into account your interests and abilities to create an accessible vacation, rather than ask you to choose from a list of already created itineraries.
In consultation with you, we can do any or all of the following:
arrange your accessible travel to and from the airports or cruise ship terminals
book your evening dinner and entertainment activities in accessible restaurants and venues
take you on a 100% accessible tour or tours of the city
Fill out the form and let us know your accessible holiday wheelchair vacation needs. We will send you a free no obligation proposal, itinerary and quote, based on your wants and needs.
Accessible travel tips and tours for wheelchair users or slow walkers who are going to visit Beijing and other parts of China offered by Discover Beijing Tours.
Accessible Travel Tips
what to know before you go
Make sure your wheelchair or scooter is in good working order before you leave home. If your chair has not been serviced recently, send it to a repair shop for a general check over. This extra effort can save the heartache of suffering a breakdown overseas; save the time wasted trying to locate a repair shop and save the time wasted waiting for the repair.
Speak with a Physician
Your health should be the number one priority wherever you travel. Talk to your physician about the trip you have planned and immunizations you’ll need. Be specific when describing the trip to your doctor, including all ports your cruise ship will stop in and all means of transportation you’ll encounter. Your doctor can provide tips and medicines for coping with long flights, along with advice on medical facilities at your destination and how you can obtain prescription drugs in case of an emergency.
Be sure to take enough prescribed medication to last the duration of the trip, including extra medicine and a copy of your prescription just in case. Pack all medication in your carry-on bag, for checked baggage occasionally travels east while you’re heading west. Also, carry your prescriptions in their labeled containers, for many countries have strict drug-trafficking laws and might be suspicious of pills in unlabeled bottles. In fact, it’s wise to travel with a signed letter from your doctor detailing your condition, medications, potential complications and, if you’re diabetic, your requirement to carry needles.
Speak with a Travel Representative
Get more information either through internet or guide books on your destinations. You may also contact our trip advisors for more information.
Email yourself your itinerary and passport information so you can access it from anywhere
Ensure your health and travel insurance policy to make it cover the medical expenses done during trips overseas.