Top 13 Wheelchair Travel Blogs

Traveling in a wheelchair can be a challenging experience. Many barriers still remain in cites, airlines, hotels and tourist attractions.

But there are many travel bloggers who share their stories and advice on how to overcome the accessible difficulties they face. Here, we will share you the top 13 wheelchair travel blogs which inspire more wheelchair users to explore the world.

  1. Simply Emma
  2. Wheels No Heel
  3. Tori Hunter
  4. Little Miss Turtle
  5. Carrie Ann Lightely
  6. Kerry Thompson
  7. Curb Free With Corylee
  8. Wonder Within Reach
  9. Free Wheelin Travel
  10. Wheelchair Travel
  11. I Wheel Travel
  12. Caregiver Japan
  13. Grab Your Wheels

Let’s go explain one by one.

1. Simply Emma – UK’s Leading Wheelchair Travel Blogger

simply emma

One of the UK’s leading disability bloggers – providing comprehensive reviews and advice on accessible travel.

Simply Emma, as a wheelchair user, shares her accessible travel stories and wheelchair life experiences. She writes this blog for inspiring others with a disability to travel more and discover more possibilities around in daily life. This blog includes accessible travel guides, accommodation reviews, live event reviews, travel tips and resources.

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Instagram: simplyemmablog

Facebook: SimplyEmmaBlog

2. Wheels No Heels – Top Wheelchair Travel Blogger and YouTuber in UK

wheels no heels

One of the top disability lifestyle creators in UK – Owning over 3.7 million hits on YouTube.

The founder Gem Hubbard creates her blog “Wheels No Heels” for encouraging the people with disabilities to go further. With a positive life attitude, she knew from an early age that she had to help others in some way even with injury. She is engaged in fashion lifestyle and share fun online for everyone.

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Instagram: wheelsnoheels_

YouTube: wheelsnoheels

3. Tori Hunter – Powerful Wheelchair Travel Blogger in Canada

tori hunter

Tori, from Canada, is a 25-year-old recent graduate with a passion for travelling in a wheelchair.

Tori was born with a rare neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), but she still lives an incredibly fulfilling life with the help of family. She prefers to explore new places with friends,  and travel the world with her family. Through this blog, she hopes to add disabled representation in the travel and wheelchair life while sharing some incredible ways to travel around the world in a wheelchair.

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4. Little Miss Turtle – Wheelchair Travel Blog from Melaine

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Melaine, the writer of blog “Little Miss Turtle”- To bring a minor contribution to benefit the wheelchair community wanting to travel. 

At the age of 4, Melaine was diagnosed with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy type 2I (known as LGMD2I/LGMDR9). She overcome the challenges of physical condition and grew up like turtle slowly, that’s why she name this blog as”Little Miss Turtle”.

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5. Carrie Ann Lightely – Accessible Wheelchair Travel Blog

carrie ann

One of the UK’s leading accessible travel blogs, sharing accessibility reviews, disability travel guides and wheelchair travel tips.

Carrie Ann has been named as one of the top 100 most influential disabled people in the UK, on the Shaw Trust Disability Power 100 List, from 2019 to 2023. She loves to travel with my husband Darren and our little dog, Poppy. This blog aims to encourage and inspire disabled people to travel to, explore and discover new places.

Follow Carrie Ann Lightly

Instagram: carrieannlightleyblog

6. Kerry Thompson – One of the UK’s Leading Wheelchair Travel Bloggers

carrie thompson

One of the UK’s leading disability bloggers – providing an insight on living with muscular dystrophy and latest campaigns.

Kerry Thompson wants her disability to be seen in a positive way rather than a burden, which makes her create this blog “My Life, Kerry’s Way”.  She shared her experiences living with a physical disability as well as the other aspects of daily life in a wheelchair.

Follow Kerry Thompson

Intagram: kerry__thompson
YouTube: Kerry Thompson – My Life Kerry’s way

7. Curb Free With Corylee – A Wheelchair Travel Blogger Travelling Over 30 Countries

Curb Free With Cory lee

Cory Lee has travelled in a wheelchair over 30 countries.

Cory Lee was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy at the age of two. His goal is to show you how to travel, where to travel, and most importantly, why travel as a person with a disability. He started his blog in 2013 when he realised that there was a lack of resources available to travelers with disabilities.

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Instagram: curbfreecorylee

8. Wonder Within Reach – Family Wheelchair Travel Blog

Wonder Within Reach

A mission to create an inclusive world where every child and family can explore the world without limitations.

Jennifer Allen is an English teacher in public school for 8 years. Exploring, expanding the world view, understanding different cultures, and learning through experience shape the way she parents and teaches her children. This blog is for inspiring families with disabilities to get out and explore.

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Instagram: wonders_within_reach

9. Free Wheelin Travel – Wheelchair Travel Blog About Road Trips in USA

Free Wheelin Travel

Karin, from United States, is an expert of road trips with a wheelchair.

Karin, she uses a wheelchair and travel around the USA on road trips with a service dog. She blogs about accessible travel and life with a disability. She realized that there is no way to stop her from achieving her dream. While Karin is based in the USA, her articles are useful to readers across the world.

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10. Wheelchair Travel – Wheelchair Travel Blogger in a Power Chiar

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John Morris, from the United States, travels the world with one hand, a passport and his power wheelchair.
Morris started her wheelchair travel around the world after a car accident. Yes, he grappled with all of those emotions, like shock, fear, anger, sadness, hopelessness. Then, he starts a blog for wheelchair users who wanna know that the majority of online resources for wheelchair accessible travel are limited and unreliable.

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Instargram: wheelchairtravel

11. I Wheel Travel – Wheelchair Travel Blog in French and English

I Wheel Travel

A fantastic travel blog – published in French and in English – with stunning photos and lovely stories on all the places they visit.

I has Hereditary spastic paraplegia, walks with a cane for the short distances and then uses a manual wheelchair for the longest journeys. Through this blog, she shares her adventures and her findings about accessibility.

Follow I Wheel Travel

Instagram: iwheeltravel

12. Caregiver Japan – Wheelchair Travel Blog From Hazuki

Caregiver Japan

Hazuki is an accessible travel expert blogger in Japan. She published a book on Amazon, called “Accessible in Japan”.

Caregiver is a agent between you and a company assigning caregivers in Japan. They can arrange anything you want! You can reserve a hotel, restaurant, welfare equipment, and transportation! You can get any accessible information as you want!

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13. Grab Your Wheels – Family Wheelchair Travel Blog in New Zealand

Grab Your Wheels

A family visiting places, sharing reviews, accommodation and lots of travel tips in New Zealand.

Factoring in travelling in a wheelchair often comes with many barriers. That’s why they decided to share their experiences with blog. They like to share tips and review accommodation, activities, accessible walks and events.

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Instagram: grabyourwheels

If you know more wheelchair travel blogs, welcome to leave a comment below or share with us at [email protected].

Related Article: How to Travel With a Travel Wheelchair

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